Peace and quiet, with action and adventure just around the corner - Glengarry Lodges are set on the quiet shores of Loch Lochy just two miles from the fun-packed Great Glen Water Park where there are activities galore. And there are plenty of Highland sports to get involved in at both Newtonmore and Camus Cllean.
The facilities include an indoor heated pool, sauna and spa bath, plus a bar, restaurant and coffee shop. There's abseiling, canoeing, kayaking, clay pigeon shooting and even archery and gorge walking! Enjoy tennis and table tennis, white water rafting, quad biking and 4x4 driving, then head back to the peace and quiet of your lodge.
Struan Cottage is fabulous - it's detached, big enough for ten people and has three bathrooms and patio doors that lead to its own private garden with outdoor hot tub. The cottage has a king size double bedroom with ensuite, another double bedroom plus three twin rooms - and it enjoys uninterrupted views across to the mountains.
A trip to the Cairngorms National Park is a must if you enjoy hiking, mountain biking and climbing; the landscape and variety of wildlife there is simply stunning.
Our Top Tip
"Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands with its fabulous Gothic cathedral, is about an hour and a half by car - and it also has some great shops, bars and restaurants."
- Detached A-frame lodges on the peaceful shores of Loch Lochy.
- Kitchen including microwave
- Bath with overhead shower
- Bed linen and duvets
- Beds made up for your arrival
- Additional sleeping for one in the lounge area
- Gas and electricity by meter reading
- Cots £15pw each, highchairs free of charge
- No pets
- All non smoking accommodation
The lodge is a bit tired & neglected. Bathroom heater not working. Reading lights in both bedrooms not working, inside front door handle falling off & various kitchen cupboard doors about to fall off. Overall & for the price ok but could do with some love & attention. The defects didn't affect our holiday but could be important to some.
Sydney, Retford Notts'
the complimentary toilet roll left in the toilet instead of on the fitting provided, was a shock also the electric heating that had been left working, on a hot sunny day by the cleaners, it took a few minutes to find the source of the heat and turn it off, but all evening to cool the chalet down, the large curtain on the French window falling down, the curtain fittings being as old as the chalet, did not spoil our holiday, but the upheaval moving to the main site as it could not be fixed did tend to spoil our stay.
Ann, St Leonards On Sea
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would definitely return
Loved my lodge, really comfy sofas, fantastic views across the Loch. Kitchen facilities good, bathroom adequate. Comfortable bed, efficient heating. There were a couple of dog hairs on my bed linen, but everything else was spotless. Very quiet location.
Kiran, Burton On Trent
We had a great holiday ..we enjoyed the location .we wanted to explore scotland and the lodge was just close to travel all around like in centre ...we would definitely go again
We both had an amazing time there, even though weather wasn't its best. I missed some basic items that would be nice to have at the accommodation. Eg. washing up liquid and sponges (very cheap items, and they wouldn't need to be replaced every single time) and the kitchen towels. I would also change heating for a more pleasant type of heat, infra red perhaps? (More pleasant and cheap)
It's was a nice experience. Super location
A fantastic location & excellent value for money. This was my second stay, last time was at Great Glen.
Great value for money although the lodges are a bit tired & neglected with quite a few things broken, falling off or not working, none of these things really affected the stay but details that should be dealt with. Could do with a bit of tlc on them.
Would definitely rebook.
The location of the Glengarry lodges is absolutely stunning - we have visited 3 times now and will keep returning. The curtains and decor could do with an update - the curtains in our lodge were torn - the kitchen has everything you need and the bed was comfy. Its the location that makes these lodges awesome, peaceful, beautiful and never boring. We will return.
Lovely location, lodge was clean but a bit tired. Beds and seating were very comfortable although kitchen lacked a few bits and pieces for cooking a meal. Really enjoyed the peace and quiet and will be returning again. The location is well positioned for days out driving, north to Inverness area, west to Isle of Skye, east to Aviemore and south to Fort William and Morar sands, what more could you wish for and plenty of superb walks for the more active person.
Explore this ancient Pictish Fort and experience a thousand years of history. This famous castle overlooks lock ness and has played host to many famous names and battles over the centuries. It remains an impressive castle despite its ruinous state.