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Foyers House Hotel
Loch Ness

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Situated in a stunning elevated position, overlooking Loch Ness and its mysterious inhabitant, Nessie, this charming guest house offers peace and tranquillity in a child-free environment. Wake up to the most spectacular, panoramic views over Loch Ness before taking a stroll to the waterfall, or a short walk to Creag Nam Broc, the highest viewpoint this side of the loch. On request, the hotel can arrange fly fishing for salmon or trout on Loch Ness and the River Oich, with a ghillie, a boat and all tackle included. In the evening, why not take a wee dram in the cosy bar or lounge, or sit out on the terrace overlooking Loch Ness and watch the sun go down.

Foyers House has a beautiful, tranquil setting with stunning views over Loch Ness. The hotel has a small bar and lounge for the exclusive use of guests. The terrace looks out over the magnificent scenery and stunning landscape of the loch.
Unable to accommodate children under 16, the hotel offers peace and tranquillity, making it ideal for a restful, relaxing and restorative break in this beautiful part of the country.


Nearest Train Station: Inverness
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Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 4
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