Aldourie, Loch Ness


Aldourie, Loch Ness




Magnificently restored castle on the banks of Loch Ness.

Best suited to:


Clients looking not just for comfort, beauty and tranquility, but a touring base for the Highlands.




Set in 500 acre estate close to Inverness, the capital of the Highlands.

Unique feature:


The only habitable castle on the banks of Loch Ness.






Prices on application

What's included:



Use of castle and grounds on self-catering, half-board or fully catered basis.

What's extra:


Wines and spirits (honesty bar in operation).

Activities (included):


Walk, cycle, play croquet or 'boule', explore the grounds, walk to the (excellent) local pub.


Activities (extra):


Salmon and trout fishing on Loch Ness, clay pigeon shooting, water sports, falconry, boat trips to Urquhart Castle.


Evening activities:


Arranged to suit client, plenty indoor games, excellent library, or simply relax in front of a fine open fire in wonderful surroundings.

Local attractions:


Highland scenery, Loch Ness Urquhart Castle, Culloden Battlefield, Cawdor Castle, Brodie Castle, golf courses, whisky distilleries ...

Getting there:


15 minutes from Inverness city centre. 30 minutes from Inverness airport.

Deposit required:


50% to secure booking.




50% 8 weeks prior to booking.






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Scottish Clans and Castles

Coille House,

Appletreehall, Hawick,

Scottish Borders TD9 8RS

T: +44 1450 371719




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