Morags Lodge Loch Ness, Bunoich Brae, Fort Augustus, PH32 4DG
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Self catering hostel accommodation on Loch NessA multi-award winning hostel with a range of rooms to meet all needs and budgets in the bustling village of Fort Augustus on the banks of Loch Ness. The perfect base to explore the Loch Ness area and an ideal stop off on the Great Glen Way. Surrounded by stunning mountain scenery and set in wooded grounds this is the perfect budget accommodation option in the Hub of the Highlands! A variety of room types include dorms, doubles, twins and family rooms; 24 hour self-catering facilitates, excellent home-made meal options, a rustic bar stocked with a great selection of local beers and malts, a beer garden, free WiFi, activity booking service, ample car parking, an awesome team to look after you, plus a whole lot more. 4 Star VisitScotland. GOLD Green Tourism Award.
Beds & Rooms:75: 7x6, 6x4, 4x2/3
Open:All year. Check in from 4pm (earlier by arrangement).
Price per night:From £27pp in dorm beds. Doubles/twins from £33pp. Family rooms from £86.
Directions:From north, arrive at Fort Augustus, turn first right up Bunoich Brae. From south go through village, past petrol station & car park. Next left up Bunoich Brae.
- Bus stop for Fort William and Inverness only 200m away.
- Long Distance Walks Land's End to John O Groats on foot LEJOG Land's End to John O'Groats by bike Great Glen Way Loch Ness 360 Great North Trail Scottish National Trail
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Access: Access inside Morag's lodge is via a permanent ramp Bedroom: There is an accessible bedroom with level access and a 75cm wide door Toilet: The toilet at the lodge is also accessible via a wheel chair and has grab rails as well as a level access shower. ..Click for photos and more
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Morags Lodge; a sceneic stopover on the Great North Trail
August 26th 2022
The Great North Trail is a 180-mile cycle route that starts in the Southern Peak District and ends in the most Northern part of Scotland. The trail briefly passes through Fort Augustus, a small, picturesque village at the most south-westerly tip of Loch Ness. Fort Augustus is most famous for its spectacular views of Loch Ness and, while cycling the Great North trail, stopping off to spot these amazing views should be a no-brainer.
Morags Lodge is situated a short walk from the shoreline of Loch Ness and offers affordable accommodation in this highland hotspot. This multi-award-winning hostel has a range of rooms to suit all needs and budgets. Morags Lodge is a really special place where soaking up some incredible views and culture is mandatory before heading deeper into the highlands.
Can you find the monster?
April 25th 2022
It doesn’t matter if you cant because Loch Ness has loads to offer. The steep sided mountains provide a stunning backdrop but they’re not just for looking at, climbing them is extremely rewarding as well as challenging. Additionally there are miles of walking and cycling paths to enjoy. The world famous Loch itself explorable by boat and the wildlife is abundant. Loch Ness and the surrounding area really has something or everyone.
Morags Lodge is a multi-award winning hostel in the village of Fort Augustus on the south western end of the Loch. They have the room to cater to what you are looking for; dorms, doubles, twin and family rooms are available and the friendly staff will be on hand to make your stay amazing.
November 25th 2015
As I set off for Fort Augustus on the Great Glen Way, it’s a blowy, rainy morning requiring the shelter of a heavy rainproof coat. Once again there are large section of the route along the road but soon I will be climbing the forested sides of Loch Ness.Read More