Centrally located in The Highlands of Scotland and mid-way along the Great Glen, you will be well placed at The Abbey in Fort Augustus to enjoy all that the Highland Club, and this beautiful area of South Loch Ness has to offer
Sitting on the southern tip of Loch Ness, with Inverness and Fort William just a 45 minute drive away.
Heading towards Fort William you can take a small detour and enjoy the superb views from the cable car as you reach the top of Aonach Mor, walk up Ben Nevis, and in the winter months try your hand at skiing or snowboarding.
In Fort William there is also a bowling alley and soft play area for the children to enjoy or you could take a trip on the ‘Harry Potter’ train to Mallaig.
On the way to enjoy the shops in Inverness you could stop to admire Urquhart Castle or search for Nessie at the Loch Ness Visitor Centre. By taking a small detour at Drumnadrochit you will soon find yourself in Glen Affric, said to be one of the most beautiful Glens in Scotland, with it’s scenic walks and Loch.
Just outside of Inverness is Chanonry Point where you will have a chance to walk along the beach and look for the dolphins who are regular visitors. Beauly is nearby, a lovely wee town with shops and a very interesting Priory.
The drive to the Isle of Skye is (in our opinion) one of the most beautiful in Scotland taking you through the Kintail mountain range. On route, Eileen Donan Castle is definitely worth a visit as is the beautiful coastal village ‘Plockton’.
In the winter months The Highland Club is perfectly placed for your winter ski holiday, just a 30 minute drive to the slopes of Aonach Mor.