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Hotels Loch Ness, Accommodation Fort Augustus & B&B Spean Bridge & Invergarry

Hotels Loch Ness - Visit The Great Glen has a selection of hotel and bed and breakfast accommodation in Fort August, Loch Ness, Spean Bridge & Invergarry

Welcome to our Great Glen and Glenspean area guide. This website is the place to find Spean Bridge hotels, Invergarry hotels - plus self catering and bed and breakfast. You'll find a where to stay guide, eating out guide, what's on events guide and lots of useful visitor information for this beautiful part of Scotland. If you are looking for accommodation in Scotland - look no further! The Great Glen and Glenspean area, including the south shore of Loch Ness, is one of the most interesting and scenic parts of the Scottish Highlands.

Along its route are an array of communities and villages which are connected by the A82 road, the main route from Glasgow and Inveress and Skye. You can discover Spean Bridge hotels and other holiday accommodation in Glen Spean, Invergarry hotels, Roybridge self catering, Achnacarry, The Monarch of the Glen and Fort Augustus & Loch Ness hotels and bed and breakfast.

The Great Glen is extremely popular with walkers and cyclists who use this area for a week's holiday on what is known as The Great Glen Way. Also, with three huge inland freshwater lochs, joined by canals and lock sections,  The Caledonian Canal - managed by British Waterways - is a great place to have a relaxing break while enjoying the stunning scenery of the great Glen. There are boat charters and cruising holidays available through companies like Caley Cruisers who have a fleet of charter craft, and Fingal of Caledonia - a converted Dutch barge offering a relaxing, all inclusive cruise along The Great Glen.

This website provides information about The Great Glen up to and including Fort Augustus, a picturesque village on the southern shore of world famous Loch Ness. The Great Glen is an area in the Highlands between Fort William in the south-west and Inverness in the north-east. Formed millions of years ago during the Ice Age, and with the help of a geological fault line,The Great Glen is a very scenic, mountainous area with three individual fresh-water lochs inter-connected by the Caledonian Canal, a man-made canal opened in 1822.

You can find out about other areas of Lochaber from links at the bottom of this page.