Ancarraig Lodges - 12 Scandinavian style lodges directly on the Great Glen Way providing comfortable self-catering accommodation in a stunning countryside location. OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND - Ancarraig is the ideal tranquil base to explore Loch Ness and the surrounding Highland areas.
All of our self catering lodges are timber built and each sleep four people across one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. The lodges are located in a wonderfully tranquil and secluded woodland setting where complete peace and quiet as well as a truly relaxing holiday is guaranteed.
Since under new ownership from Dec 2015, Ancarraig Lodges can now proudly offer 4 Rosemoor Deluxe Lodges, all of which have been fully refurbished in early 2016 to a high specification throughout, now including cosy log-burning stoves in the lounge, USB charger sockets and large flat-screen televisions as well as upgraded appliances, features, furniture and facilities in all rooms to include upgraded kitchen and bathroom suites.
Depending on your requirements, you can choose between our superior Rosemoor Deluxe lodges or our standard Thistle or Juniper lodges, which themselves have undergone extensive improvements and redecoration, all now featuring new kitchens suites.
Pets are welcome at Ancarraig for a charge of £10 per pet per stay. Cots and highchairs can be hired free of charge.
All our self-catering lodges have an open plan lounge/kitchen with log-burner, dining table, flat screen TV, a well equipped kitchen with conventional cooker and microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, a bathroom with over bath shower and a private outside veranda with further dining facilities. Bed linen and towels are provided and beds are made up ready for your arrival. There is parking for one car outside each lodge, with extra parking available at reception. WiFi is available in each lodge (at rural speeds!).
A car is recommended for your stay, since Ancarraig Lodges are located 3 miles from Drumnadrochit in a rural location.
From both the North and South, the A9 takes you directly to Inverness. Leave Inverness for Drumnadrochit on the A82 ‘Fort William’ road, heading west. Continue on A82 through the village of Drumnadrochit, approximately 14 miles from Inverness. You will pass the petrol station on your right, and signs to the Loch Ness Inn, take the next turning on right signposted for Bunloit. Ancarraig Lodges are also signposted here.
After taking this right turn, the road sweeps round and up to the left. Follow the road up the hill and continue up the Bunloit Road for roughly 3 miles; you will see Ancarraig Lodges on your right hand side marked by large white stones on the ground.
From the East take the A96 and then join the A9 at the Raigmore interchange, now follow the directions above from Inverness.
From the West/Fort William take the A82 north, where you will travel through the villages of Fort Augustus and Invermoriston (12 miles from Drumnadrochit). You will pass Borlum Farm on your left and enter the village of Lewiston. As you turn onto a right hand bend, there is a left turning to Bunloit, take this turn (if you pass the petrol station, you have gone too far).
After taking this left turn, the road sweeps round and up to the left – follow the directions in bold above.
If you are following your Sat-Nav, please remember that post code areas in the Highlands cover a large area – make sure you also follow the above directions to find us.
|Juniper Lodge - Pet Friendly - Sleeps 4||£100 Per unit per night|
|Rosemoor Deluxe Lodge - Sleeps 4||£110 Per unit per night|
|Thistle Lodge - Sleeps 4||£100 Per unit per night|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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