The Loch Ness Holiday Park is set in a beautiful location right on the edge of the Loch.
We stayed in one of their 'Hobbit Houses' - which is a simple but fantastic alternative to camping in a tent.
The facilities include a fridge, heater and electric plug sockets. There is a double bed and two singles - you must provide your own bedding though.
The park itself caters for caravans / camper vans and from the website, also has luxury lodges.
The facilities are basic and what you'd expect from a typical 'campsite' but good - there's a toilet and shower block (temperamental heat) pay as you go hair dryers (20p for a good length of time), laundry (the tumble dryer takes a lot of spins to dry your clothes but there are 2 washing lines and pegs provided)
It cost us £35 as a couple to stay night in the hobbit house and having spent 4 days in a tent it was a welcome relief to have a solid base to get ourselves sorted out.
There's a bar on site too which was closed when we stayed - this didn't affect us as we'd brought our own drink, but speaking to another resident, they had chosen the site specifically for its bar facilities and were put out that they'd had to walk around a mile and a half to the nearest town to buy some.
- 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