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Top tips for finding the perfect Loch Ness hotel
Guests who think they may arrive at their Loch Ness destination outside of regular check-in hours may want to consider staying at accommodation with a 24h front desk. Both the Pentahotel Inverness and the Glen Mhor have reception staff working around the clock, so you will be able to check in anytime without a problem.
Some hotels in Loch Ness provide a shuttle to pick you up from the airport and take you to your accommodation. This is ideal for guests that would prefer not to use public transport from the airport to their hotel, and we would recommend the Ness Walk or the Royal Highland Hotel, both offering this service. Please note that a surcharge may apply.
If you want to bring your faithful animal companion along with you for your stay in Loch Ness, we can recommend the Mercure Inverness Hotel or the Scardroy Bell Tower. Both accept pets at their accommodation on request, although they may charge you extra for this service.
If you are planning to make your way to Loch Ness in your own or a rental car, we suggest you book somewhere with onsite parking. The Silverstands Guest House has private parking on site. Another option is to stay at Lochardil House Hotel on the outskirts of Inverness, also offering private parking for guests.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Loch Ness
Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Loch Ness.
Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular destination is Inverness (100% of total searches to Loch Ness).
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Loch Ness for as cheap as R394 (Inverness) in the last 3 days. The average price is R3 195.
For Loch Ness accommodation offering services and facilities for reduced mobility or disabilities, we recommend the Kingsmill Hotel in Inverness. It has rooms on the ground floor as well as wheelchair accessible rooms. The bathrooms are fitted with roll-in showers and toilets with grab rails. Lifts are available to the upper floors as well, making your stay as comfortable as possible. An alternative option is the Ness Walk hotel which also has wheelchair accessible and ground floor rooms, whilst its ensuite bathrooms comprise adapted baths, toilets with grab rails, lowered sinks and roll-in showers.
For guests interested in playing some golf during their stay in Loch Ness, we recommend the Scardroy Bell Tower or Glenmoriston Townhouse Hotel. Both hotels are close to some of the most popular golf courses in the area, providing you with the opportunity to play a round or two on a variety of legendary Scottish golf courses.
If you would like to stay somewhere in Loch Ness with spa and wellness facilities, we suggest the Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness. The hotel has hot tubs, a spa and wellness centre, an indoor pool, and if that is not enough, steam and sauna facilities where you can book massages. The Best Western Inverness Palace Hotel & Spa also boasts various pools, including a heated pool and an infinity pool. In addition, steam, sauna, and massage services are bookable if you want to get pampered during your stay in Loch Ness.
Where to stay in Loch Ness?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Loch Ness by showing you the exact location of each hotel.