Fort Augustus

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A multi-award winning hostel that delivers “Highland Hospitality” at its best.

Located in the charming village of Fort Augustus, Morag's Lodge is an ideal base for exploring Loch Ness and the Great Glen.

It's perfect for families and groups with great facilities including twin, double and ensuite rooms, a lively bar with open fire and regular live music.

There's 24 hour access to our self-catering kitchen, but we can provide great value breakfasts, home-cooked evening meals and packed lunches. Bike hire is available and WiFi access is free. Well-behaved dogs are welcome in private rooms for an additional charge.

For more information contact +44 (0) 1320 366289, email info@moragslodge.com or visit  Morag's Lodge website, contact the hostel directly, or book via the Hostelling International website

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Fort Augustus

Morag's Lodge, Bunoich Brae, Fort Augustus PH32 4DG Get Directions

Facilities & Services

Season

Open all year

Reception Hours

08.30-19.00

Check in

14.30

Check out

10:30

Access Hours

All day

Amenities

Private Rooms Available

En Suite Rooms Available

Family Rooms Available

Suitable for Groups

Suitable for Wheelchair Users

Self Catering Kitchen

Catering Available

Lounge/TV Room

Laundry Room

Drying Room

Secure Lockers

Luggage Store

Towel Hire Available

Alcohol Licence

Bike Store

Shopping Nearby

Free Wifi

Pet Dogs Welcome

Free Parking (nearby or onsite)

info@moragslodge.com or visit  Morag's Lodge website, contact the hostel directly, or book via the Hostelling International website

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Reasons to visit

It's an ideal base for touring or relaxing and for keen walkers and cyclists.

The Great Glen Way passes through the village. One of the most popular long distance walks in Scotland, it usually takes around five days to complete with Fort Augustus one of the main stops on the way.

You can cruise on Loch Ness and try to spot the Loch Ness Monster or visit the Caledonian Canal Heritage Centre and watch the boats navigate their way through the locks. 

Inverness and Fort Wiliam are both within an hour's drive, as is the famous Eilean Donan Castle (reputedly the most photographed castle in Scotland).