Self catering holiday accommodation can be found at Glenwood Apartment at The Highland Club, Fort Augustus Abbey, Loch Ness. Fort Augustus Abbey is an elegant Benedictine monastery on the beautiful southern tip of Loch Ness, Scotland. Set in more than 20 acres of private grounds, this former fort has been sympathetically converted into stylish apartments and The Highland Club offers apartment guests many of the amenities of a 5 star hotel.
Glenwood Apartment (formerly known as Wicket View) is a comfortable 1 bedroom self catering apartment, just 45 minutes drive from Inverness and less than 5 minutes walk from the charming centre of Fort Augustus village. Recently awarded 4 stars by the Scottish Tourist Board, the apartment offers the perfect highlands hideaway in which to relax and unwind. Sleeping 2 to 4 people, it is an ideal holiday accommodation for couples seeking a quiet romantic break or those looking to entertain young children on an action-packed family holiday in Scotland.
Whether you want to while away the hours reading, walking and relaxing in the spa (heated indoor pool, sauna & steam room, beauty treatments) or prefer more active country pursuits, there is something here to satisfy you during your stay with us.....
Loch Ness is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Highlands of Scotland. Self catering accommodation at Glenwood Apartment at The Highland Club provides a fantastic base from which to explore all that the Highlands have to offer, aswell as being ideally located for Loch Ness Monster hunting.
There are numerous historic sites in range, such as Urquhurt Castle, which lies half way between Fort Augustus and Inverness, Capital of The Highlands; Castle Stewart and Eileen Donan Castle, setting for James Bond film, The World is Not Enough.
Activites are endless: visit one of the numerous whisky distilleries on the world famous Malt Whisky Trail; experience some traditional Scottish ceilidh dancing and bands; walk or cycle the Great Glen Way. There are many ways to enjoy the wild beauty of the Scottish Highlands; indulge in some traditional sports, such as salmon and trout fishing, stalking, shooting or even skiing. Perhaps take a more relaxed approach and soak up your surroundings on a hill walk or capture the stunning surroundings with some photography.