Stayed here at number 1 Lodge with the wife and in-laws for a week in June. Daughter and her fella had number 8 Hobbit. It was simply somewhere for them to get their head down as they stayed in the lodge most of the day.
First impression was booking in was smooth and simple. Was taken to the lodge by site man and upon entering I was gob smacked on just how clean, modern and well appointed it was and a week there did not disappoint.
Daughter was ok with the Hobbit but no privacy. No blinds on little window or French doors. Site man said not to worry as people don’t pass others Hobbits. Just as he said that a fella was passing the Loch taking photos. Point to note site man, people need privacy at night when light is on and your getting undressed.
Jacuzzi was pe-heated and was bloody lovely. Found ourselves in there at the most strangest of hours and even in the rain. Really nice touch.
Lodge had 2 bedrooms. One with a shower on suite and there was a bath with bubble jets and built in TV.
Lounge / Kitchen / dining room was very well appointed. TV came up on hydraulics from behind the fire place. Nice touch. Decking on the lock side was lovely and it had space for BBQ. We took our own but we found out there was one under the decking assessed from a little door near the Jacuzzi.
Arrived on a Sat so the man said that the bar will be open at 7 but we were to tired so stayed in.
Next night we thought lets go the bar. Got ready and strolled over only to find it shut.
Enquired the next day and would you believe mid June is not peak season. So no bar till the following Friday. When we did go it was over £11 for 4 drinks and the atmosphere would have been better on the moon. Did not stay. Had plenty in the lodge to drink.
A walk into InverMorrison is nice. Takes about 40 mins. Fort Augustus is lovely. Try the Boat House for eating. You wont find it unless you knew it was there. Its accessed along the loch canal from the swing bridge in Fort Augustus. The south side of the loch heading towards Loch Ness not towards the lochs of the canal. Really nice food.
Would I go again ? Yes. Those lodges are state of the art and I loved it there
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Loch Ness Holiday Park, located in an enviable and unique position on the banks of Loch Ness, promotes a sense of community comparable to any Scottish village. It boasts a location abundant with beautiful and varied land and lochscape, a rich history and flourishes amidst the range of interests within the encompassing area. We offer a choice of Leisure Homes and Luxury Lodges to rent for a short or long holiday or to buy as your forever holiday home. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Loch Ness Holiday Park Hotel Invermoriston
- Loch Ness Highland Lodges Invermoriston, Scotland