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Craigdarroch House
South Loch Ness-Side

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With a superb, tranquil location, in a Highland forest near the famous Falls of Foyers waterfall, Craigdarroch House enjoys stunning panoramic views of Loch Ness. Craigdarroch House is a 4-star restaurant with rooms, boasting open log fires in the drawing room and lounge bar. The restaurant offers impressive cuisine and you can savour a candlelit dinner in the dining room with views of the loch and the hills beyond. The lounge bar offers a fine malt whisky collection, with some 130 whiskies to choose from. You can sit and relax with a book or watch the local wildlife in the surrounding woodland, from the comfort of your armchair in the hotel's conservatory.

Situated on the hillside above Loch Ness, Craigdarroch House is great for guests who want to stay in an area of outstanding natural beauty and explore the Highland area. The impressive location makes Craigdarroch House a superb base from which to explore the regionís stunning natural beauty. Explore the castles and historic sights, the whisky distilleries, woodland walks, the hiking and boat trips. After a long day out and about, there is no better way to round off the day than to relax in the well-appointed rooms after a gourmet dinner in the 2 AA Rosette award-winning restaurant.

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