A luxuriously renovated country house set on four acres of private grounds, on a secluded peninsula extending into Loch Ness. This Scottish country house is the pinnacle in secluded accommodation – welcoming, peaceful, and surrounded by breathtaking scenery creating a luxury holiday experience you'll never forget. You'll make hundreds of happy memories at Point Clair House, whether you're reading by the log fire after a long day of exploring, admiring the loch view from the living room's enormous windows, or tucking into a hearty dinner at the dining room's four-meter table.
What makes a stay at Point Clair House unique?
When you step into the House for the first time, you will immediately feel like you're home. Point Clair House is stunningly spacious, with enough space to accommodate all the family while still being able to find a quiet spot for yourself. Combining the history and tradition of its Scottish surroundings with all the luxuries and comforts you could possible ask for. This self-catering cottage is brimming with unexpected treasures, whether it's a quirky antique, like the lights reclaimed from a ship in Cornwall, or a bespoke dining table from Denmark. When the weather turns cold, fill the salvaged whisky crates under the workbench with logs and cosy up by the wood burner.
What is the capacity for Point Clair House?
This luxury self-catering retreat sleeps up to thirteen people and has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, two dining rooms, a living room, games room, and cinema. It is equally suitable for a couple's romantic getaway or for all of your family and friends.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Inverness area?
Loch Ness is one of Scotland's prestigious fishing destinations, with the loch teeming with brown trout, sea trout, and Atlantic salmon. Loch Ness Riding in Dores welcomes experienced riders on short hacks or longer trails of up to two days. In addition to the 9-hole course in Fort Augustus, nearby links courses include Royal Dornoch, which is often ranked as one of the top ten in the world, as well as Tain, Brora, and Moray. Rent a bike from Bike Hire in Inverness and follow Route 78, a 200-mile cycle route that follows the Caledonian Canal through The Great Glen and provides breathtaking scenery as well as an enjoyable ride.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Trush and Kal, the owners of Point Clair, enjoy nothing more than going to one of the local restaurants for some delicious traditional Scottish food. Among their favourite restaurants are:
Fiddler's Highland Restaurant – a family run restaurant, voted SLTN Whisky Bar of the Year five times. Fiddler's sits on Drumnadrochit's village green and is an excellent choice for delicious, traditional food.
The Boathouse – Located on The Highland Club's private grounds, they serve delicious food in a spectacular setting on the shores of Loch Ness.
The Bothy - is housed in a 200-year-old cottage on the banks of the Caledonian Canal. Fine wines, malt whiskies, and local real ales are served at this traditional Scottish restaurant.