Hidden deep within the Scottish Highlands, Loch Ness reigns as an enchanting destination that has captured the imagination of travellers for centuries. Discover the allure of this iconic loch, renowned for its mysterious depths and the legendary creature said to dwell within. The sheer beauty of Loch Ness is reason enough to visit. Surrounded by rolling hills and breathtaking landscapes, its tranquil waters reflect the changing hues of the Scottish sky, creating a picture-perfect setting that will leave you in awe. Our Loch Ness holiday parks tick all the boxes for a relaxing holiday, from hot tubs to luxury and pet-friendly. So what are you waiting for? Explore our collection, book and pack your bags for a holiday with a difference.
Loch Ness is a perfect place for walkers, from strolling around the River Ness to the Ness Islands to walking through Highlands wooded forests to view the spectacular waterfalls this area has to offer. If you prefer your adventures on the water, then take a boat tour on the Loch or hire a canoe or kayak to view the scenery from a different perspective. It will get your blood pumping and your energy soaring!
Loch Ness is a year-round destination. In winter walk with snow shoes with a guide, both shoes and walking poles are provided. The snow-covered mountains are perfect for snow sports, in particular skiing in the Cairngorm Mountains, about an hour's drive from Loch Ness. All levels of experience are welcome. Embark on a boat tour and explore the vast expanse of Loch Ness, immersing yourself in its timeless charm. As you sail along, listen to captivating tales of the legendary Loch Ness Monster, and keep your eyes peeled for any signs of its elusive presence.
Beyond the mystery, Loch Ness offers a myriad of outdoor activities. Hike along its scenic shores, enjoying panoramic vistas and spotting native wildlife. Cast your fishing line into its depths, seeking the thrill of catching a wild trout or salmon. The surrounding area also boasts a wealth of historical sites, including the magnificent ruins of Urquhart Castle. Wander through its ancient corridors and imagine the battles that once took place within its walls.