Loch Ness Highland Lodges in Inverness

Welcome to Loch Ness Highland Lodges in Invermoriston, Inverness-shire offering a choice of 6 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Loch Ness Highland Lodges including Loch Ness Highland Lodges photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Loch Ness Highland Lodges online securely. Loch Ness Highland Lodges is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Inverness or Inverness-Shire.

Fort Augustus, Inverness, Urquhart Castle, trips to Skye and skiing at Aonach Mor are all within easy reach. Walking, fishing, boating and Nessie-spotting opportunities abound!. A jetty is available on the park for canoe and kayak launching and fishing. Enviably situated right on the shores of world-famous Loch Ness with it’s own private beach and commanding some of the most spectacular views in Scotland, this superb park is the perfect location for enjoying a truly memorable holiday in the Highlands. Wi-Fi access. Adventure playground. Jetty for canoe/kayak launching and fishing. All facilities available for all dates.

Choose from modern holiday homes or luxury lodges, on the shores of Loch Ness.

  • Outdoor hot tub (except Vista)
  • Widescreen TV with freesat/DVD/CD
  • Kitchen including microwave and fridge/freezer
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • No pets
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Loch Ness Highland Lodges have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Wifi Internet
  • Kid's Play Area
  • Non Smoking

Accommodation at Loch Ness Highland Lodges

Vision (Holiday Home)

View from Vision decking

Luxury timber clad effect holiday home. One master double with ensuite access to main shower room and WC. One twin with 2’ 6" beds. Separate WC. Modern open plan living area leading to decking with views of Loch Ness. Steps down to outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi

Vantage (Holiday Home)


Luxury timber clad effect holiday home. One master double with ensuite access to main shower room and WC. One twin with 2’ 6" beds. Separate WC. Modern open plan living area leading to decking and outdoor hot tub with uninterrupted views of Loch Ness.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi

Vista (Holiday Home)

Vista | Loch Ness Highland Lodges, Invermoriston, Inverness-shire

New in 2018. Luxury timber clad effect holiday home. One master double with ensuite access to main shower room and WC. One twin with 2’ 6" beds. Separate WC. Modern open plan living area leading to decking with garden furniture and views of Loch Ness.

  • Sleeps 2
  • 2 Bedrooms

The Retreat (Holiday Home)

The Retreat

Luxury timber clad effect holiday home. Master double and one twin with 2’ 6" beds. Shower room with wash hand basin. Separate WC. Modern open plan living area leading to decking with uninterrupted views of Loch Ness. Steps down to outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi

The Moorings (Lodge)

The Moorings

A stunning lodge with generous space to accommodate two couples in comfort. One master double with ensuite shower and one twin. Separate family bathroom. Spacious open plan living/dining area with flat screen TV. Washing machine. Double doors leading to decking with uninterrupted views of Loch Ness. Steps down to outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi

Loch View (Holiday Home)

Loch View

Modern and stylish lodge perfect for a couple or a family with young children. One master double with ensuite access to main shower room and WC and one twin. Open plan lounge/dining area with flat screen TV. Dishwasher. Double doors leading onto decking with uninterrupted views of Loch Ness. Steps down to outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 2
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Joda on 11th August 2019

Absolutely stunning place! The lodge was so clean, spacious for the 3 of us, and it had everything we wanted. So peaceful and relaxing place, just the best to sit and listen to the water and look at the beautiful view. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed using the hot tub after a day of walking in the most stunning forest walk nearby. This holiday has made us fall in love with Scotland. We will definitely be coming back! Thanks❤️

Rated 4 out of 5 by Dave Bone on 21st July 2019

Great place for a little break, we stayed for 3 days on a long weekend. On arrival we were greeted at reception very quickly even though we did not turn up until fairly late which was nice. The team were friendly and helpful. The lodge itself was clean and had most things that we needed (such as kitchen utensils, pans, dishes etc) but would have been a nice touch to have some coffee, tea and sugar there for when you arrive but a small point. The views were stunning and there is so much to do in the area and some lovely drives while getting to places. Would definitely consider going back.

Rated 3 out of 5 by carl parker on 2nd September 2019

Nice and quiet with beautiful scenery. You get 1 towel to last you a week.... Abit to far from everywhere else. Maybe stay here two nights maximum

Rated 5 out of 5 by Hector Garces on 10th June 2019

We stayed in a vantage lodge and it was great. The lodge itself was really a static caravan, however it was quite new and very modern and spacious. The unobstructed views of the loch were priceless. Being able to enjoy the views and tranquility of the loch from our own hot tub was amazing. The staff were attentive and polite, and gave us everything we needed on arrival. Only small downside was that the hot tub was not on the main decking but on a decking at ground level, so it was a bit less convenient for access when cold at night. Also, beware: I have just come to learn (the hard way) that wet skin doesn't seem to deter the infamous Highland midge, of which you will find plenty at the shore of the loch while you are sitting in your hot tub. Take a good quality repellent with you...

Rated 5 out of 5 by kim Nourse on 2nd August 2019

I gave 5 stars as unfair to give 4 on the midges. Really nice, very clean infact the cleanest place I have ever stayed and been to alot. Staff lovely and helpful. Views were amazing and area perfect for things to do and places to go. The waterfalls in the next village along is a must. Hot tub nice and clean. The only issue we had were the midges. Only one suggestion for the owners is to have screens you can place over the door so can keep it open. Would definitely recommend and go back. Thank you for our lovely stay.

Things to do near Loch Ness Highland Lodges

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Caledonian Canal: Fort Augustus - Kytra Lock, Fort Augustus - 4.5 Miles away

A good 5 mile family walk along the canal. You can park in the village centre and set off from Fort Augustus. There is a picnic area at Kytra Lock.

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Inverfarigaig - Foyers - Loch Ness - Inverfarigaig, Inverfarigaig - 8.2 Miles away

A 6.4 mile walk overlooking Loch Ness. Taking about 4 hours, the route starts from the Information Centre at the Inverfarigaig car park and continues to Upper Foyers. The route then descends overlooking the falls.

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Ben Mor Coigach, Achiltibuie - 15.8 Miles away

From Achiltibuie, this estate reserve encompasses mountains, moorland, peatbog and a chain of lochs. lPtarmigan, great northern diver, Grey seal, otter and red deer are among the wildlife and the from Strathkannaird to Achiltibuie is a wonderful coastal walk.

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Pattack Falls and Druim an Aird, Kingussie - 18.2 Miles away

This easy to follow walk takes you through Pattack gorge waterfalls (used as a location in 'Monarch of the Glen') and the ruins of Druim an Aird, the deserted village.

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Falls of Truim and Truim woods, Etteridge - 20.4 Miles away

Forest tracks take you past the Falls of Truim with stunning views of the Cairngorms. It then takes you to the highest crag of the Glen Truim Woods where you can really see specatacular views.

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Gondola Walks - Nevis Range, Fort William - 29.3 Miles away

A walk of about 4 hours on waymarked routes, making it easy to navigate through the woodland at the bottom. The gondola takes you 600m up the mountain, where you'll enjoy stunning views of Ben Nevis and the surrounding area.

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Loch Oich Restaurant & Bar, Inverness-shire - 13.7 Miles away

This small family run franchise is situated in the main building at the Great Glen Water Park. The Restaurant offers a choice of freshly prepared light snacks throughout the day as well as a wide range of freshly prepared evening meals using great local produce.

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Rocpool Restaurant, Inverness - 23.7 Miles away

A welcome addition to the eating out scene in Inverness. Set in a wonderful position overlooking the river, it serves superb, fresh food prepared with skill and care. Choose from the lunch, dinner or Sunday lunch menu.

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Culloden House Restaurant, Culloden - 26.8 Miles away

This highly regarded country manor restaurant has a 'Taste of Scotland' menu which includes haggis and smoked salmon among many other delights. Tony Blair has visited this manor house twice.

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Giovannis Ristorante, Avimore - 29.1 Miles away

Located in the Aviemore Inn, Giovanni's is the ideal location for a family meal. From pizza to pasta there is something to meet everyone's Mediterranean taste buds.

Location: Avimore

The Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore - 29.2 Miles away

A roaring log fire, warm and friendly atmosphere, excellent food and fine selection of beers and wine make this a favourite haunt for those who enjoy the best of Highland produce.

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Cairngorm Brewer, Inverness-shire - 29.5 Miles away

Book a tour of the Cairngorm Brewery, which produces a full range of bottled and cask ales to suit all tastes. The ales have won various awards and accolades.

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Ord Ban Restaurant, Inverdruie By Aviemore - 29.7 Miles away

A friendly and relaxed café within Rothiemurchus by day, transformed into a cosy and intimate dining room by night. Delicious food which is fresh, seasonal and rich in local flavour.

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Inverness Floral Hall, Inverness - 22.8 Miles away

Who would have thought that in the Heart of the Highlands you would find a subtropical oasis, with greenhouses, cactus house, landscaped gardens, and tropical fish pond!

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Glen Roy, Roy Bridge - 23 Miles away

Created by Glacial action, the famous 'Parallel Roads' of Glen Roy are among the most remarkable landforms in Britain. The shorelines of lakes created during the last Ice Age can be clearly seen in the hillside today.

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Highland Wildlife Park, Kingussie - 24.8 Miles away

Experience Scottish wildlife as well as international endangered animals of mountains and tundra in the spectacular setting of the Highland Park. Drive round the main reserve in your own car and investigate the walk-round areas on foot. (Facilities are available to leave dogs during visit)

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Ben Wyvis National Nature Reserve, Aviemore - 28.4 Miles away

The reserve is located at one of the highest mountains in Easter Ross (1046m) and this attracts many people to the area. It is home to many interesting plants like dwarf birch, and a variety of wildlife including red deer and golden eagle.

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Abernethy Visitor Centre, Nethy Bridge - 29.2 Miles away

A remnant of the Great Caledonian Forest and the largest native pinewood in Britain, it is a breeding ground for capercaillie, crossbill, crested tit, osprey and goldeneye. There are lots of forest trails and paths round Loch Garten. The Osprey hide is open April – August.

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Craigellachie Nature Reserve, Nr Avimore - 29.4 Miles away

The hills of Craigellachie are rich in mature birch woodland. Scenic trails throughout provide fine views across Aviemore and Strathspey to the Cairngorms. You may even spot Peregrine falcons, which regularly nest on the cliff here.

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The Official Loch Ness Exhibition Centre (Est 1980), Drumnadrochit - 10.7 Miles away

Awarded 5 Stars by VisitScotland.com, this fantastic, world famous Exhibition incorporates a 7 room automated walk through telling the story of Loch Ness from the beginning of the Ice Age through to the present day. using animations, lasers and special effects.

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Inverness Dolphin Cruises, Inverness - 24.3 Miles away

Trips depart from Inverness harbour out onto the Moray Firth, where you will have the best chance of seeing the most northerly group of bottlenose dolphins in the world, plus common seals, grey seals and porpoise.

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WDCS Dolphin & Seal Centre, North Kessock - 24.9 Miles away

The Dolphin and Seal centre is run by the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society, and provides information about dolphins, seals and other wildlife you can see in this area.

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Culloden Moor Visitors Centre, Inverness, - 27.2 Miles away

At the site of the last battle fought on British soil, the visitors' centre has an interactive exhibition, 360º immersive film bringing the battle to life, battle field tour, licensed restaurant and shop. Culloden has always been a memorable place – and is now even more so.

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Spey Valley Golf Club, Aviemore - 29 Miles away

The 18 hole Spey Valley Championship Golf Course, recently voted one of the best in Scotland by the Top 100 Golf Courses of the World. Spey Valley, boasts some of the most breathtaking views in the world and course designer, Dave Thomas, refers to Spey Valley as the potential jewel in his crown.

Location: Aviemore

The Nevis Range Mountain Experience, Fort William - 29.3 Miles away

Britain's only mountain gondola system, carrying visitors effortlessly to 2150ft on Aonach Mor, beside Ben Nevis. There are two marked walks to panoramic viewpoints from the top station. The large self-service restaurant has additional tables on the balcony for hot sunny days.

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Rothiemurchus, Cairngorms National Park - 29.7 Miles away

One of the 100 most amazing places in the UK. Superb for walking and mountain biking. Activities include fishing, quad treks, pony treks, safaris, archery, bushcraft, wildlife watching, clay shooting, photography. Estate farm shop, visitor centre, restaurant. One of the glories of wild Scotland (David Attenborough).

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Urquhart Castle, Drumnadrochit - 9.6 Miles away

A stunning and romantic ruin on an unusual perch overlooking Loch Ness. Steeped in history, this castle is also deeply embedded in local folklore and legend as it sits at the site of the infamous Loch Ness Monster! In more proven history, it has played a significant role in both Edward I's reign and Robert the Bruce's.

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Loch Ness Visitor Centre, Drumnadrochit - 10.7 Miles away

Now you can take the official guide and explore those murky waters for yourself. Examine the evidence and find out some important facts about Scottish history.

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Clan Cameron Museum, Achnacarry - 22.4 Miles away

Based at Achnacarry, 12 miles from Fort William, the museum tells the history of Clan Cameron and its involvement with the Jacobites and the 1745 uprising. There are displays about the Queen's own Cameron Highlanders and the commandos who trained here in World War II.

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Highland Folk Museum, Kinggussie - 22.6 Miles away

This major social history museum gives a fascinating insight into the way life was lived in the Highlands over the past three centuries.

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Inverness Museum & Art Gallery, Inverness - 23.9 Miles away

Recently refurbished, this museum collects and displays images, objects and memories that relate to the Highlands. Explore haunting stories of the past, the people and the traditions of the Highlands.

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Fort George, Ardersier - 25.7 Miles away

This vast Artillery Fortification was built following the Battle of Culloden. The fort includes reconstruction of barrack rooms in different periods and a display of muskets and pikes. The cafe is open during the summer only.

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Highland Museum Of Childhood, Strathpeffer - 27.2 Miles away

Explore the history of childhood in the Highlands, amongst crofters and townsfolk, through recorded by oral testimony, displays, photographs and video. There is also a fascinating doll and toy collection, Gift and Bookshop and Coffee Shop.

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Strathpeffer Pump Room, Strathpeffer - 27.2 Miles away

A different attraction where the visitor is asked to step back in time in a truly fascinating experience. A much loved Victorian past-time, recreating Strathpeffer Spa. Great interactive displays, models and displays offering insights into the history of the spa and the reasons behind its popularity as high society's favoured place to visit for 'the season'.

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Clava Cairns, By Culloden Moor - 27.2 Miles away

An extremely well preserved set of prehistoric burial cairns are an intriguing attraction to pay a visit to. Dating from about 4000 years ago, the cemetery has a collection of kerb cairns, ring cairns, passage graves and some chapel remains. This Bronze Age cemetery was first excavated in the 1990s.

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Dingwall Museum, Dingwall - 28.2 Miles away

The museum boasts a superb military museum, a reconstructed kitchen and a wonderful outdoor area which is great for picnics!

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Strathspey Steam Railway, Aviemore - 29.3 Miles away

The steam trains run through stunning scenery between Aviemore, Boat of Garten, Broom hill (Glenbogle in TV’s Monarch of the Glen) and Grantown-on-Spey.

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Insh Marshes, Kingussie - 23.7 Miles away

Renowned as one of Europe's most important wetlands, this nature reserve will undoubtedly charm bird watching enthusiasts. Around half of all British goldeneye ducks nest here in spring. You’re also likely to see lapwings, redshanks and curlews, as well as oystercatchers, snipe and wigeon. Easily accessible from Kingussie, this reserve is also the ideal place for a picnic.

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Craigellachie, Aviemore - 28.9 Miles away

This hill is covered in mature birch woodland. Visitors can walk the scenic trails leading to spectacular views across Aviemore towards the magnificent Cairngorms. Peregrine falcons regularly nest on the cliff here.

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Loch an Eileen, Loch an Eileen - 29.7 Miles away

Voted “Scotland’s Best Picnic Site”, Loch an Eileen is a beautiful place, surrounded by ancient forest. Walk or cycle round the loch, enjoy views of the mysterious island castle and glimpse Highland wildlife. There are numerous other superb walking and cycling routes on the wonderful Rothiemurchus estate and the adjoining Glenmore Forest Park.

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Highland Activities, Camus Cilean - 13.9 Miles away

Whitewater rafting, mountain biking, water sports, target sports and clay pigeon shooting are just a few of the things on offer at this centre. There's something for everyone to enjoy particularly if you are an adrenaline junkie.

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Highland Activities, Newtonmore - 17.2 Miles away

An activity centre that offers quad bike treks, 4x4 driving, off road Land Rover tours, clay pigeon shooting, archery, Tomahawk throwing, white water rafting and canyoning. They are based half way between Fort William and Aviemore in the Cairngorm National Park.

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Laggan Wolftrax, Laggan - 17.5 Miles away

Eleven miles of purpose-built, all-weather challenging singletrack mountain bike routes graded red and black, including a blue-graded Fun Park. Hire a mountain bike and they'll even shuttle you to the start to save the climb. Or if you'd rather, take a pony trek or a quiet walk.

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Boots n Paddles, Kirkhill - 18.8 Miles away

A completely mobile outdoor activity company with headquarters near Inverness, they use venues throughout the Highlands for canoeing, rock climbing, abseiling, gorge walking, canyoning, archery, mountain biking, hill walking, weaselling, winter mountaineering, telemark and cross country skiing and snowboarding.

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Active Outdoor Pursuits, Newtonmore - 20.6 Miles away

For an active day out, choose from an exciting range of sports: white water rafting, canoeing, gorge scrambling, rock climbing, abseiling and mountain biking as well as skiing and snowboarding during the winter. Activities are available to suit individuals, families and groups of all ages and abilities.

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Loch Insh Watersports & Skiiing, Kincraig - 25.9 Miles away

This interpretation/fun trail and children's adventure area is open all year round. Experienced, qualified instructors, recognised by all governing bodies, offer activities such as sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, river trips and much more.

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G2 Outdoor Ltd, Aviemore - 29.2 Miles away

From first timer to budding instructor, you can enjoy a wide range of activities under the guidance of a highly skilled and motivated team based in Aviemore in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park.

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Dalfaber Golf and Country Club, Aviemore - 29.5 Miles away

Facilities at the golf club include swimming pool, gymnasium, tennis courts, squash, snooker and 9 hole golf course. Visit the Clubhouse Bar for a drink and bar meal or the Steakhouse Restaurant serving steaks and grills.

Location: Aviemore

Iceberg Glass Blowing Studio, Fort Augustus - 4.6 Miles away

At Iceberg Glass, Douglas Wilson and his staff produce a large range of free worked glass pieces, including contemporary jewellery for sale to the public. Formerly at Drummnadrochit, the studio has now relocated to Fort Augustus by Loch-Ness.

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Highland Wineries, Inverness - 19.5 Miles away

Enjoy a guided tour round The Highland Wineries at Moniack Castle, 7 miles west of Inverness. There is also an audio visual presentation on wine and preserve making, with country wines, liqueurs and a delicious range of marmalades, sauces and preserves to sample.

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Waltzing Waters - Newtonmore , Newtonmore - 20.6 Miles away

The Waltzing Waters are an amazing blend of artistry and technology – the most elaborate, water, light and music production in the world. Like pyrotechnic fireworks, still pictures cannot convey the amazing dynamics of the show.

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James Pringle Weavers of Inverness, Inverness - 22.5 Miles away

Discover 'The Story of Tartan' and join in the weaving exhibition at this working factory site. The Mill shop offers a superb range of tartans, knitwear, gifts and souvenirs. Situated in the City Centre.

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Dalwhinnie Distillery Visitor Centre, Dalwhinnie - 22.7 Miles away

No visit to Scotland would be complete without a guided tour of a distillery. At Dalwhinnie, the admission price includes a discount voucher redeemable against a 70cl bottle of single malt. Children under 8 are welcome, but are not admitted to production areas.

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Tore Art Gallery, Tore - 23.7 Miles away

New spacious, welcoming Highland Gallery. Hundreds of paintings from Scotland's best artists: contemporary, landscape, wildlife and so on, plus interesting sculpture, cards, prints and in-house silversmith.

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Tomatin Distillery, Tomatin - 24.4 Miles away

A remote distillery with routes as far back as the 15th century. Set in spectacular scenery, Tomatin is one of the highest distilleries in the country at over 315 metres above sea level. It is also a family affair with 25 families housed on the 140 acres the site encompasses. Take the tour of this unique, four star attraction, hear about whisky-loving angels and try a drop yourself.

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Nearby Holiday Parks

Here is a selection of other holiday parks near Loch Ness Highland Lodges. Alternatively you may wish to view all our holiday parks in Inverness-Shire or holiday parks in Inverness.

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Loch Ness Retreat, Fort Augustus

Great Glen Water Park, Spean Bridge

Kessock Highland Lodges, Inverness

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