Foyers, Loch Ness,
The Craigdarroch Inn is situated in the Highland village of Foyers on South Loch Ness Side, about 18 miles from Inverness.
South Loch Ness is a rural area of outstanding natural beauty with heather covered hills, sparkling lochs and breath-taking views. The famous "Falls of Foyers" waterfall is just a minutes' walk away in the forest behind Craigdarroch.
The Craigdarroch Inn has a peaceful and relaxing ambience, with the comfortable feel of a Highland lodge. The public rooms offer spectacular views over Loch Ness, the perfect place to sit, relax and do a spot of Nessie hunting. In the colder months it's easy to relax in front of a roaring log fire in the bar whilst sampling one of the many whiskies available. For those guests who want to keep in touch with work or friends then the free WiFi should come in useful.
OPENING HOURS every day 11am to 11pm. Food served daily from 12-2pm and 6-8.30pm, reservations aren't required.
Loch Ness and the Surrounding Area:
All our rooms are en-suite and most have fantastic views over Loch Ness. The surrounding area is full of natural beauty with plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, boating and horse riding. If you prefer to soak up the history and culture, there are countless castles and historic battlefields to visit, and no visit to the Highlands is complete without a tour of one of our many whisky distilleries.
- Children welcome
- Tea/coffee making in bedrooms
- Licenced (table or bar)
- Ironing facilities
- Travel agent bookings
- Private parking
- Totally non-smoking
- Central heating
- Electric shaver points
- Golf available (onsite or nearby)
- Restaurant open to non-residents
- Visa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
- Public house/Inn
- Dogs/pets accepted by arrangement
- American Express accepted
- WiFi or internet access
- CD player
- Evening meals
- High chairs available
- Cots available
- Real log/coal fires
Self-Assessed Accessibility Details
- Designated parking for guests with disabilities
- Within 50 metres approx. of entrance
- Surface of the car park and pathway leading to entrance is
- Drop-off point for guests outside entrance
- Route from the parking area to the entrance:
- Has a ramp
- Clear surfaces such as glass doors have contrast markings
- Baby changing facilities
- Ramp to entrance
- Handrail by ramp
- Entrance well lit