The Highland Club, Fort Augustus

The Highland Club in Fort Augustus is a 4-star development of luxury self-catering apartments in what was the former fort, monastery and abbey of Fort Augustus. The A-listed building sits on a 20 acre estate on the most southerly tip of Loch Ness and offers tremendous views of Loch Ness and the surrounding hills.

Fort Augustus Abbey, properly St. Benedict’s Abbey, was a Benedictine monastery, from late in the nineteenth century to 1998 that also housed a school for young boys until 1993.

The Caledonian Canal is connected to Loch ness right at this point and allows navigation between the Scottish east coat of Inverness with the west coast at Corpach near Fort William. This canal was constructed in the early 19th century by the Scottish engineer Thomas Telford.

We had lunch at the Boat House which is part of this property and sits right on the side of Loch Ness.

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