There are a number of room sizes at The Lovat but we only recommend staying in the higher room categories due to space limitations. Decor is fairly simple and traditional but rooms are well-maintained and comfortable. Grand master rooms each have a small living area within a large bay window, overlooking the forest-covered hillsides which surround Loch Ness. All rooms feature flat screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi and either a bath or shower or both.
Fort Augustus sits at the southern end of Loch Ness, in the middle of the Great Glen ancient fault line which divides Scotland diagonally between Inverness and Fort William. The Lovat is just under an hour from each of these settlements. Fort Augustus itself is a small but thriving town with a number of shops, cafes and restaurants.
Food and drink
The hotel has two restaurants from which to choose. Station Road Restaurant offers award-winning dining, with a seasonal five-course taster menu featuring local Scottish produce. This is set within an attractive oak-panelled room with views towards the hills. The Brasserie has an à la carte menu but this is a more informal option, whose dishes again focuses on local Scottish ingredients.