Holiday House Details
Loch Ness View
(35 reviews)
From £725 per week
Sleeps 6
3 bedrooms
1 double, 2 twins

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sat 23 Jun 2018Fri 07 Sep 2018£980£295
Sat 08 Sep 2018Fri 21 Sep 2018£945£285
Sat 22 Sep 2018Fri 05 Oct 2018£825£250
Sat 06 Oct 2018Fri 26 Oct 2018£825£250
Sat 27 Oct 2018Fri 09 Nov 2018£780£235
Sat 10 Nov 2018Thu 20 Dec 2018£725£220
Fri 21 Dec 2018Thu 27 Dec 2018£1,025£310
Fri 28 Dec 2018Thu 03 Jan 2019£1,055£320
Fri 04 Jan 2019Fri 08 Feb 2019£725£220
Sat 09 Feb 2019Fri 05 Apr 2019£780£235
Sat 06 Apr 2019Fri 26 Apr 2019£825£250
Sat 27 Apr 2019Fri 24 May 2019£825£250
Sat 25 May 2019Fri 31 May 2019£945£285
Sat 01 Jun 2019Fri 21 Jun 2019£945£285
Sat 22 Jun 2019Fri 06 Sep 2019£980£295
Sat 07 Sep 2019Fri 20 Sep 2019£945£285
Sat 21 Sep 2019Fri 04 Oct 2019£825£250
Sat 05 Oct 2019Fri 25 Oct 2019£825£250
Sat 26 Oct 2019Fri 08 Nov 2019£780£235
Sat 09 Nov 2019Fri 20 Dec 2019£725£220
Sat 21 Dec 2019Fri 27 Dec 2019£1,025£310
Sat 28 Dec 2019Fri 03 Jan 2020£1,055£320


What more could you wish for?  Loch Ness View Cottage sits on an elevated position and enjoys a most wonderful and tireless view of Loch Ness.  These views are un-interrupted whether you are sitting on the decking on a long summers evening or sitting by the wood burning stove, cosy and warm, looking out of the picture window.

Loch Ness Cottage refurbished 2010, has been furnished and equipped very much with the holiday maker in mind.  First and foremost the situation of the house offers quietness and relaxation.  The picture windows add light to the spacious, well furnished and comfortable rooms.  Each bedroom has its own shower room, two ensuite and one just off, in the hall way. The kitchen will be a pleasure to work in and the sitting with its beautiful leathers sofas and wood burning stove will be the perfect to enjoy your evening whether you are admiring the view, listening to music, accessing the unlimited wifi available, watching a DVD or catching up with  your favourite TV programme.



All on ground level:

Sitting room with wood burning stove, kitchen/dining room, 1 double room with ensuite power shower, wc and whb; 1 twin bedroom with ensuite power shower, wc and whb; 1 twin room, family shower with wc and whb. Utility room.

Please note:

  • Guests are advised that the fuel for the woodburner is not supplied and can be acquired locally.
  • Cleaning products: Septic tank friendly products only - Eco range recommended
  • EPC Rating - D


  • Dishwasher - please bring Eco products
  • Electric range cooker
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Microwave
  • Oil fired central heating - electricity included
  • Private Garden
  • TV
  • Washing machine/Dryer - please bring Eco products
  • Wifi
  • Wood burning stove - fuel can be sourced locally
  • Reviews

    (35 reviews)
    Loch Ness View reviews
    Absolutely stunning bungalow in superb surroundings. The view down to the Loch is magical, so good we spent our first day sitting on the verandah just looking at it. The bungalow was spotless with tasteful decoration, lovely bathrooms and an excellent equipped kitchen, everything you could wish for, enabling you to relax the minute you walk in the door. Inverness just a short drive away. There is so much to do in the area we could have stayed another week being blessed with such fantastic weather. Linda is nearby but very discreet, a lovely lady. We thank her for the call letting us know, one evening, there was a deer in the garden. It just made our holiday. We will certainly come again.
    Miss Mcneil - June 2018
    Such a lovely and gorgeous cottage. Fantastic view. We felt so comfortable. Warm welcome from Linda. Just a little paradise close to Loch Ness
    Mrs Pochon - May 2018
    From the moment we arrived after an eight hour drive you felt instantly relaxed. Our host asked if any assistance was needed but none required. Cottage is well presented with all the essentials plus a superb view of the Loch, which I recommend a dip in. Be warned its rather cold but highly refreshing. We went on a good number of hikes Glencoe, Isle of Skye, Ullapool caves, Cairngorms and so on... Uig the fairy Glen was stunning and I danced like a fairy in appreciation. The restaurant food was of a very good standard in all of the areas visited and recommend Kinloch Lodge, Isle of Skye if you don't mind spending a few hundred of your hard earned cash on wonderful dining, wine and 40 year old malts. Talking of Malts I recommend the Malt Room in Inverness, almost every imaginable malt including a surprisingly good attempt by the Japanese . Having not been fishing in 20 years we ended up at Loch by accident where a number of trout catches were made, name of place forgotten. To truly experience the Scottish Highlands you would need a good few months of exploring but in the short period there the three of us came to the conclusion that the Scottish Highlands are one of the most picturesque places in the world and the holiday cottage a perfect match. Thanks, Vince, Wod and Dirk
    Mr Fiorino - April 2018
    My family very happy at this property
    Ms Wattanaaudomchai - January 2018
    From the minute we walked in the door we knew we had booked the right place. Located at the end of the Loch it is peaceful and quiet. Everything in the cottage was bright, new and well cared for! Plenty of room! We would love to come back.....
    Ms Carlin - September 2017
    This property was exceptional, beautifully situated overlooking Loch Ness.. Everything you could possibly need was provided. The house was spotless and warm, the beds comfortable and clean. There was plenty to do in the area. Our group split into two the "boys" going walking and visiting distilleries and brewerys while the "girls" visited charming villages such as Findhorn and Pitlochry. The shopping in Inverness was good. We chose to eat at home as we had two chefs travelling with us !!!!! everything they needed was available. The only thing I could fault was the shower in the double room, the shower floor is very slippery when wet.. Fortunately my daughter showered before me and I was warned. The added bonus was seeing the deer in the garden although "Nessie" was nowhere to be seen!!! I would certainly book this cottage again
    Mrs Shanahan - September 2017
    Loch Ness View had a fantastic view of the Loch, fields, woodland and mountains. It was well located to explore the Highlands and close enough to Inverness to utilise the essential amenities. It was a good place to enjoy the peace and quiet afforded by the Highlands. It also served as a good base to explore The Cairngorms, Ben Nevis and Aviemore. In particular we enjoyed Plodda Falls, close to the village of Tomich, an amazing waterfall and walks in the surrounding woodland approximately 20 miles from the property.
    Mr Gedge - August 2017
    Booked for 4 nights at Loch Ness View Cottage it was Beautiful and exceeded our expectations Location was superb, views and wildlife outstanding although my son was disappointed not to spot Nessie. The property was within easy access to Inverness and local tourist attractions we wished we had booked for longer as so much to see. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend as a short or long stay vacation. Many thanks to Linda we have all taken home some very special memories . Warburton Aug 19th-23rd 2017
    Mrs Warburton - August 2017
    Wonderful location, 15 min from Inverness, even drove to Skye one day. The view was exactly as expected, even had deer grazing in front of the cottage! The cottage had everything we needed, very well equipped kitchen. Would happily recommend this to others.
    Mr Barraclough - July 2017
    The cottage has an amazing view of Loch ness from the sitting room as well as one of the bedrooms [It has 3 Bed rooms and 3 bathrooms] . Nicely decorated with full kitchen and the host has taken every care to make your stay comfortable. There is clean , well maintained out side area with small sit out for your afternoon tea or morning breakfast in case the weather permits. The cottage is situated app. 10~15 minutes drive from Inverness and other tourist attractions like the boat cruise in Loch Ness is also 5 minutes drive away. There are a plenty of information brochures kept in the cottage which helped us to make our plans to Isle of Skye and other parts of Scotland. This was one of the memorable stays for our family of 4 adults.
    Mr Gada - July 2017
    This was a lovely time in Inverness! The beautiful home we had the privilege of staying in was a true gem. Beautiful home, beautiful views and awesome amenities. We even were able to take advantage of the puzzle (though a couple of pieces are missing, it was awesome to be able to unwind in the evenings and have family time.) If the lovely and hospitable Mrs. Swanson will have us, we would love to stay even longer another time :) Beautiful holiday away!!
    Mrs Pierce - June 2017
    A great place to enjoy a relaxing holiday with a fantastic view of Loch Ness from the windows and balcony. An excellent base for easy cycling along the Caledonian canal to Inverness and from Fort Augustus to Loch Oich. The owner could not have been more pleasant and helpful whilst being unobtrusive.
    Mr Easton - June 2017
    Loch Ness View Cottage was perfect for us and our adult daughter. The view of Loch Ness from the deck and many of the windows was so perfect that we almost thought it was not real. The house seemed much more expansive than the photos made it seem. The kitchen and laundry room were wonderful to use! We highly recommend this property. It's position on the Loch is perfect for anyone touring Inverness and the Loch area, but it provided a nice quiet retreat from the city.
    Mrs Davis - May 2017
    We found the Cottage to be clean, comfortable and full of the basic necessities. The view from the living room and terrace have to be seen to be believed. The view is outstandingly beautiful. One late afternoon we even had a couple of deer visiting which was so lovely. The things we did not appreciate that at the end of our holiday we had to strip down the beds and carry sheets and towels to the utility room. Might not sound as much but when you are packing and trying to leave the house neat against a 10 o'clock vacation of premises deadline this is unnecessary as after all place would be cleaned after your departure. Also we asked for extra tea towels which were not provided. But at the end of the day we thoroughly enjoyed the stay in the cottage and would definitely stay there again.
    Mr Puglisevich - May 2017
    We stayed in Loch Ness View for a week in October. Best bits: The best view all the way down the Loch - watching the cloud come from the sea down the valley along the Loch was amazing. Spotlessly clean Very spacious Well equipped (everything you could need in the kitchen) Snug and warm even on a chilly day (important in Scotland!) Comfy beds Beautiful and easy to use wood burner A friendly stag regularly visiting the garden Great deck to take advantage of the views Lovely welcome hamper! Slightly less positive (I can think of nothing bad!): Driveway might be tough in snow (we had no problems) No bath (but there are three powerful showers and lots of hot water) We would most certainly book again if we are in the area - it was the perfect holiday rental property. In the area I would recommend Jacobite cruises along the Loch, walking along Glen Affric and dolphin spotting on the Black Isle.
    Mrs Nobbs - October 2016
    We spend a couple of days in this lovely Cottage and had a great time! We were four adults and had more than enough room for us. The house is very well equipped and the view out of the panoramic window in the living room is just stunning (we hardly could stop sitting and watching). We made several excursions, e.g. Eilean Donan Castle (just 1 1/2 hour drive), Culloden and (thanks to the booklet in the house with lots of very good recommendations) walked up Cnoc Fyrish to the Fyrish Monument, definitely a highlight of our trip! And after a day out we always loved to come back `home` and spend the evenings in the house. The owner is very friendly and helpful with whatever question comes up. This place is very highly recommended and we will surely come back!!
    Miss Wolf - October 2016
    Loch Ness view is very comfortable and lacked nothing. Views from the picture window and 2 bedrooms amazing looking over Loch Ness. We don't eat out so were looking for somewhere well appointed. The kitchen did not disappoint and was well equipped. We had some amazing excursions enjoying the highland scenery. Particular mention goes to the Straspey Steam Railway at Aviemore which we combined with a trip up the Cairngorm on the funicilar railway. Amazing experience and views from station at the top fantastic especially on a clear day. Also one of the Jacobite cruises on the loch was very good even on a wet day. I would fully recommend this property and the owner was very unobtrustive but obtainable if needed.
    Mrs Horsler - September 2016
    A well-equipped, comfortable cottage. Outstanding uninterrupted views across Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal. Owner lives nearby, but unobtrusive. All rooms have access to bathrooms. We thoroughly recommend this cottage to anyone who wishes to holiday near Inverness, which is only 4 miles away with shops and amenities. We will visit this property again.
    Mr Paterson - September 2016
    Loch Ness View will not disappoint! Very well equipped with everything you could possibly need, very spacious and clean in a raised location overlooking Loch Ness. Lots of garden surrounding the cottage which is perfect for visiting deer. Plodda falls nearby is definitely worth a visit and a run along the loch road to Fort Augustus is very picturesque. We drove 3 hours to John O Groats which was a beautiful drive on a sunny day although not much going on there in February. Would highly recommend Loch Ness View cottage and hope to stay again some day.
    Mrs Watson - February 2016
    Overall a very good house. Great view from the picture window and balcony made even better by the great weather. Attention to detail could be improved e.g six people were staying but there were only five place mats, similar situation with tumblers. Several light bulbs had fused and had not been replaced. These are small things but for us the difference between four stars and five stars. Warning should be given as to the turning into the drive from the south as it is not possible to turn in unless you go onto the wrong side of the road. Recommend the waterfall walk at Foyers and Cameron's for lunch just as you go into the village. A trip to Beauly and the Deli on the Corner for lunch also not to be missed.
    Mr Kirkpatrick - July 2014
    Beautiful cottage with everything you could possibly need. Fabulous views and ideal position for sightseeing and distillery visiting. Highly recommended.
    Mr Tudor - August 2013
    Loch Ness Cottage is in a fantastic location with amazing views. You are about 6 miles from Inverness, a perfect base for all your sight seeing. After a full day out, coming back to a touch of luxury made our holiday so relaxing. The view of Loch Ness from the living room is stunning plus we had red deer in the garden. We are a family of four with two teenagers and having a bathroom each really did help. This cottage has everything you need and more. We would most certainly recommend this cottage and will definitely return.
    Mr Bateson - August 2013
    This cottage was in a perfect location in a secluded area of LochNess, but within an easy drive of Inverness. It had all the amenities to make our family comfortable during our stay. We enjoyed the fireworks on LochNess, the hiking trails,etc.
    Mrs Smith - August 2013
    A very nice house with a stunning view from the living room and main bedroom. Red deer came into the garden every morning. The only drawback was the fire, which was difficult to control because the damper didn't seem to be connected, but which will probably be remedied very easily. The central heating was excellent. We went to various places, our favourites being Cawdor Castle and the islands and river in Inverness.
    Mrs Naylor - May 2013
    This place is beyond believe. Such a wonderful cottage in a wonderful location. The views are the main thing that everyone loves and its worth going just to experience those. The cottage is very clean and a great size for a party of 6 or just 2 (as it was with us). The bedrooms were a great size and the beds very comfortable. We expect a certain standard when we go away and we were not disappointed with the cottage. We will Return
    Mr Cowell - October 2012
    Pros: Family of 5 thoroughly enjoyed stay at Loch Ness cottage. House warm and comfortable. Views of Loch Ness stunning. It was a great bonus having the use of a tumble drier, which a lot of holiday cottages do not provide. Great days out included trip to Landmark - kids had a ball! Highland Wildlife Park, Culloden Battlefield, Jacobite cruises on Loch Ness and to Urquhart Castle all very worthy of a visit. Spoiled for choice for things to do in the area. Will have to come back........ Cons: There is a cottage immediately up the hill from, and overlooking, Loch Ness View. it is currently undergoing refurbishment and is empty at the moment. If privacy is important, this is something to be aware of. The only drawback we had with the cottage was no WiFi. It was a high priority for us for work and the cottage was listed as having WiFi on the website. There was a Pay as You Go dongle and despite spending a number of hours trying to get this to work, had no success. It was a frustrating process. We told the owner, who re-imbursed the amount we had pre-paid, was very apologetic and even offered the use of her home broadband. She couldn't have been more helpful but it did give us some problems and we had to make a number of visits to Inverness to get online. I understand the owner will be trying to sort the WiFi issue but again, if this is something that is important to you, it would be worth checking that this issue has been resolved.
    Owners Response: "Dear guests, thank you for your recent review. I'm so glad that you enjoyed your stay at Lochview Cottage and hope that that the two areas of concern you mentioned didn't spoil it for you. These two issues have now been fully addressed and again, I can only apologise for any inconvenience. Firstly, the WIFI issue I was having at the cottage during the time of your stay has now been fully resolved and a new unlimited broadband service is being installed this week, so I can reassure you that any future visits from either yourselves or other guests will not be marred by any WIFI access problems during a stay at Lochview Cottage. Secondly, the cottage you mentioned, which is situated on the hill above Lochview Cottage, and is the original croft house, has now been almost completely restored into a beautiful 3 bedroom stone cottage, with an original cast iron range in the kitchen (purely decorative of course!), a (modern) log burning stove and lovely views of Loch Ness. Since your stay, the restoration has now reached a point where privacy screening for both cottages has been put in place as was always the plan. Guests staying at either cottage can be assured that they will be able to enjoy their own seclusion in a woodland setting with views of the Loch. The restored croft house will be available to rent within the next few weeks and photos will be available very soon!"
    Mrs Forbes - October 2012
    Loch Ness View is the perfect place to stay in the Scottish Highlands, ideally located for touring the area which we did most days thanks to the glorious sunny weather we had - only one day of rain all week! We would definitely recommend driving out to the Kyle of Lochalsh, past Loch Cluanie. The scenery is breathtaking on a sunny day, especially the views of Eilean Donan Castle and if you want to stop for refreshments try The Schoolhouse at Dornie (great coffee and cakes served by a very friendly lady from Perth, Australia!) A gem of a find was the village of Plockton (just take care on the single track roads). Other places we visited were Beauly, Cromarty, Grantown-on-Spey and Aviemore to name a few. If you need some retail therapy try Brodie Countryfare near Forres - they have something for everyone and also have a great restaurant. These days out were made all the better for having a lovely, warm and inviting place to return to and Loch Ness View provided us with everything we needed for a most enjoyable stay. The accommodation is modern with a well fitted out kitchen, comfortable bedrooms (nice to all have our own shower rooms too) and the sitting room with the log burning fire is the perfect place to relax and watch the ever changing scenery of Loch Ness from the big picture window (and also the birds feeding on the balcony). Thanks also to the owner who was on hand for anything we needed. All in all this is a very special place and one we hope to return to. We would highly recommend Loch Ness View.
    Miss Oliver - October 2012
    Cottage was well laid out and cosy. Views over the loch and surrounding countryside stupendous. Beds were comfortable and there are plenty of towels with a bathroom for each of its three bedrooms. Kitchen is spacious with lots of gadgets provided. Nearby Oakwood restaurant is a must for its cuisine. Although it does not serve alcohol you can take your own ( with NO corkage). It does however use alcohol in its dishes.
    Mrs Cannings - September 2012
    We as a family of 7 had a fantastic week, there was everything we needed in the cottage. It was very clean and modern. With on-suites in both bedrooms it was so convenient. It wasn't always warm enough to sit on the balcony in the evenings, which wasn't a problem as we were able to sit in the lounge overlooking Lock Ness while enjoying the warmth of the log fire. We didn't want to leave at the end of the week. There was so much to do. Our age group ranged from 11 months to 61 years, and we all had a great time.
    Mrs Murdoch - August 2012
    This cottage was lovely, with brand new everything; we found it extremely comfortable. The kitchen was very well appointed, the fireplace kept us cozy when the weather was unseasonable, and the rooms were bright and airy. The cottage would be wonderful in any setting, but the most spectacular feature for us was the stunning view of Loch Ness from the large living room picture window. The location of the cottage was perfect for exploring the highlands. And as if all this weren't enough, the owner was incredibly helpful. We highly recommend a stay at Loch Ness View!
    Ms. Eakin - June 2012
    We had a fantastic trip up north to this beautiful cottage. The cottage if beautifully decorated and is fully kitted-out with every thing you could possibly need. We very much enjoyed sitting next to the log burning stove, and the view through the picture window/balcony was fantastic! We found that there were lots of lovely walks close to the cottage. The location is great, perfect mixture of being out in the countryside whilst being only 10 minutes form Inverness. The owner and his family were more than helpful, which added to the ease and relaxation of the trip. We would highly recommend this cottage, and are all ready planning our next trip back!
    Mr Gilmour - December 2011
    this is a really good holiday home that you just dont want to leave. the views are not to be bettered, the decor modern and well presented, the owners friendly and the location great. we enjoyed our stay and will be back, even if the weather is bad which it was the atmosphere and views really make it a good break, the big windows really capture the changing views of loch ness!
    Mr Mcgowan - December 2011
    Beautiful cottage, beautiful views, great location close to Inverness. Very homely, with great TV, DVD player, all the equipment you could need in the kitchen. Fantastic service, were shown to the cottage by the owner and was available on the phone if we needed anything (though we didn't as it was all there!) Thank you!
    Mrs Halliday - October 2011
    Brilliant holliday, superb cottage at lochness view view from veranda awesome clean, all mod cons , everything provided very friendly and very helpfull owner. Immediate area round loch ness beautiful. Went to the black isle, Findhorn bay Forres Banff,Gruniard bay Dingwall, Gairloch,and many more beauty spots. all brilliant in different ways. Loved the time spent bird watching and the wildlife. Always another beautiful view or beach around the next corner. Six of us went all family and all agreed a truly wonderful breaK.
    Mr Smith - September 2011
    For those of you that like seclusion, but close enough to Inverness to remain civilized (15 minutes in the car), it was a great location. The walks and views in the areas behind the property are lovely, with a beautifully furnished and very comfortable house to come back to. The landlord was wonderfully helpful and friendly, thank you again.
    Mr Clarke-brown - April 2011

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