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Drumnadrochit

The lovely village of Drumnadrochit may be the place to stay if you're hoping to catch a glimpse of the Loch Ness Monster, and there are lots of Nessie boat trips on the loch. But families will equally enjoy the tranquillity, and the excitement, of a private fishing trip on Loch Ness - and the boatmen are especially good with beginners and children. - Carol

Urquhart Castle is an essential sight on this part of Loch Ness, and the local riding stables offer a lovely way to experience a little more. Adults and children of all ages and abilities may join blissfully scenic rides along the shores of the loch. Alice

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Inverness

Amazing place to visit especially around mid summer time - thereís only about an hour of darkness and thatís at about midnight and really only twilight! Also a great place to use as a base for tours to Loch Ness, and for going on boat trips to see wild dolphins swimming in the sea. Craig, visitor.

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