Lann Dearg Studios Invermoriston

In the Heart of the Great Glen close to Loch Ness

Our "Where to" folder has suggestions for places to eat, walk and drive during your stay with us.
Our Suggestions for "A Drive"
(the leaflet in your Studio has route descriptions and what to see on the way)
Our Advice
Don't try to cover too much distance. Take your time and make the most of the Highland scenery.
Suggestions for a Drive
An easy day - Fort Augustus and Drumnadrochit about 40 miles. Time for a boat trip and the Loch Ness Monster Exhibition.
Loch Ness Circuit about 70 miles. The quiet South side of the Loch. See the Falls of Foyers and walk on the shores of the Loch.
Skye Road, Kyle of Lochalsh and Skye Bridge about 110 miles. Tolls have been abolished thanks to the SNP.
Glengarry Circuit about 40 miles. High viewpoint over Glengarry.
Plockton about 110 miles return. Can combine with Skye Bridge and Kyle of Lochalsh. Pretty National Trust conservation village made famous by TV. Take a boat trip and see the seals.
Glenelg Ferry to Skye, return via bridge about 120 miles. Last turntable ferry in Scotland. Very picturesque way to get to Skye with super views across Loch Duich.
Kinloch Hourn - the longest cul de sac in Britain (22miles) about 40 mile round trip from Lann Dearg. Real remoteness. Just lochs, mountains and wildlife.
Some of the places you will see...
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Lots of Choice for all tastes...

Staying in our B&B or for Self Catering with us in Invermoriston provides an excellent base for touring the Great Glen, the area around Loch Ness and west to the Isle of Skye. We are within easy reach of the Kintail Ridge Munros for the energetic. Day sections of the Great Glen Way are also possible, either from the door, or using the bus service to get access to start points. Inverness is 26 miles from Invermoriston along the A82 which follows the shoreline of Loch Ness, passing Urquhart Castle and through Drumnadrochit where the Loch Ness Monster is located. Fort George and the Culloden battlefield Visitor Centre are well worth a visit.
Too Much to Do...