Holiday in Scotland on a private Loch Ness Estate
Are you considering a holiday near Loch Ness? When you book an exclusive use holiday at Aldourie Castle in Inverness, you will find it just a few metres away from your door; a peaceful, beautiful place which has captured the imaginations of artists, poets and writers for centuries.
The area is abound with cycling routes and walks amongst other varied activities for family holidays and small group stays. As well as cycling and walking holidays in Scotland the Loch is great for water-based activities such as canoeing, fishing, boat trips, dolphin watching and Nessie hunting. Monsters apart, Loch Ness has a romantic and mysterious allure all of its own and its extraordinary beauty continues to mesmerise guests and tourists.
Aldourie Estate features four holiday cottages on Loch Ness, each offering peaceful surroundings and views over the Scottish Highlands. Families, couples or small groups who book a short break in one of Aldourie’s self-catered holiday cottages on this pet-friendly and child-friendly Highlands estate near Inverness, can also take advantage of having this freeing and serene shoreline on their doorstep.
Aldourie Castle in the Scottish Highlands is near some of the most outstanding and scenic attractions in Scotland including Urquhart Castle, the battlefield of Culloden, Moray Firth dolphins, an array of famous whisky distilleries and the city of Inverness. Such landmarks provide exciting family day trips to enjoy during holidays on Loch Ness.
Ideal for a private house party stay in the Castle, there are outstanding golf courses nearby – discover group golfing stays at Aldourie Castle. There are also shooting and stalking estates a few miles away, making Aldourie the ideal luxury retreat for shooting parties in Scotland.
Follow the shoreline from Aldourie Castle Estate and discover spectacular views across the Scottish Highlands. Or take a short walk from the Castle to the Estate’s private marina and then a cruise on Loch Ness directly from the pier.
Loch Ness is one of the most famous bodies of fresh water in the world and the subject of innumerable books, films, legends and scientific investigations. It is 23 miles/37km in length, 1 mile/1.6km wide, up to 786ft/239m deep and contains more water than all the lakes of England and Wales combined. Not only is this wild expanse of water impressive to look at it is also a harmonious place to think and breathe, an adventure playground to discover and enjoy.