The Chieftain

The Chieftain Mezzanine Double En-Suite Room

Out side entrance to hallway then leading to room 5 The Chieftain.

Entrance to ground bedroom with sofa, TV, and wardrobe.

Electric kettle with tea cups and coffee mugs, complementary Tea, Coffee and Hot Chocolate, still, carbonated water and Biscuits.

En suite Shower room with complementary shower and hair wash.

Stairs from the bedroom leads to a mezzanine floor with sitting area, Smart TV with Netflix, sofa and dining area.

Towels and Bed limning provided.

Ample free off road parking easy access to room via the outside path through the garden.

Evening meals can be ordered from our menu in the dinning room.

Menus can be found on our website.

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The Steading Highland Glen Lodge Breakfast

Served From

7.30am to 8.30am


Hot Beverages

  •  Tea
  • Coffee
  • Hot Chocolate
  • Herbal Tea
  • Fruit Tea

Pre Order

  • Warm Scottish Pancakes
  • Porridge
  • Home Baked Croissant

The Breakfast Buffet

  • Bottled Water (carbonated and still)
  • Bottled Fruit Juice
  • Orange Juice
  • Cereal
  • Yogurt
  • Mixed Berries
  • Cheese
  • Ham
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Fresh Fruit Cocktail
  • Cereal Bars
  • Muffins

Buffet subject to seasonal changes

Breakfast Selection

  • Egg Choice Fried Poached or Scrambled
  • Scottish Black Pudding
  • Bacon
  • Sausage
  • Grilled Fresh tomato
  • Hash Brown
  • Tattie Scone
  • Fresh Mushrooms
  • Haggis
  • Baked Beans
  • Toast Wholemeal or White


  • Scrambled Egg with Scottish Salmon (subject to availability)





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Directions to Highland Glen Lodge

Find us By Road we are 20 miles south of the city of Inverness.

From Inverness follow the A82 along the shores of Loch Ness, this is the main trunk route which links Loch Ness along the length of the Great Glen with nearby Inverness the Capital of the Highlands, in the north, and Glasgow in the south.

We are situated 6 miles by road from the village of Drumnadrochit, Take the A831 to Cannich through the small village of Milton along to the small village of Bailnain you will see the Loch on the left ( Meiklie) pass Kilmartin house on the left behind a brick wall and on passed the little white church again on the left with Loch Meiklie in the back ground to our signe at the bottom of the road on the right, turn onto the track we are a hundred metres from the road.

  • Directions from Loch Lomond through Fort William to Highland Glen Lodge

The A82 will take you past Balloch, up the west side of Loch Lomond past Luss, Tarbet and Ardlui, and up Glen Falloch to Crianlarich, at Crianlarich, turn left, still on the A82, following signs for Fort William.

The next village you reach will be Tyndrum, follow the road up and round to the right, following signs for A82 Fort William, you will then pass through Bridge of Orchy and head out onto the spectacular Rannoch Moor, before the road heads down Glen Coe, eventually bringing you out past Glencoe Village. After Ballachulish, take the left at the roundabout which takes you up and across the bridge, which heads over to North Ballachulish, continue past Onich and Corran Ferry, all the way to Fort William.

  • Once in Fort William, follow signs for A82 Inverness.

The road will eventually leave Fort William, and take you through Spean Bridge, before taking you past Laggan Locks, Invergarry and Invermoriston, you will eventually come straight to Urquhart Castle and Borlum Riding Centre on the left, continue through the hamlet of Lewiston past the petrel garage on the left into the village of Drumnadrochit carry on past the new Dr surgery on the left, past the small supermarket and the shinty field again on the left carry on through the village green to the bridge turn left onto the A831 to Cannich, you will pass another garage on the left through th village of Milton along to the small village of Balnain with the school on the on the right and the village hall and the forestry huts on the left, once through the village you will be able to see Loch Meiklie on your left carry on along past the Large house and the little white church on the side of the loch once passed the church around the bend you will see a red post box on the right and the signe for the Inn at the bottom of our drive turn right on to the shingle drive we are 100 metres from the road end


  • By Air

Flights to Inverness Inverness Airport is located some 7 miles east of Inverness,21 miles from Loch Ness. Direct flights to Inverness from Flybe and Easyjet are available to and from Glasgow, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, London Gatwick, Luton, Belfast, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Kirkwall, Stornoway, Benbecula & Sumburgh - many of which are international airports with global connections, All flight times within the UK are under 2 hours. With advance booking there are some excellent fares are available. Daily flights (6 days/week during Sept to March) Schipol Amsterdam, has excellent connections by rail and air from many countries around the world.

Summer arrivals from Jersey, Southampton, Zurich and Dusseldorf.

  • By Bus or Taxi

Local transport connections to Inverness are available from outside the airport terminal building, including bus and taxis services. Local and national car hire is also available for arriving and departing passengers.

National bus companies including Megabus, Citylink, National Express & Stagecoach will take you from major British cities to Farraline Park Bus Station in the centre of Inverness, where local rural buses provide a service to all Loch Ness and Highland areas.

Try journey planner Telephone: 0871 200 22 33 for timetables for buses, trains, coaches, subway, ferries and Scottish internal flights There are licensed taxi ranks at Inverness airport & Inverness bus & train station.

  • By Rail

To reach Loch Ness by rail you can travel to nearby Inverness or Ft William. There are no Trains out to Drumnadrochit There are good rail links into Inverness from the south with direct fast services from Glasgow, Edinburgh and London (including sleeper services).

One of the most relaxing and scenic ways to travel to the highlands – most trains will also happily carry your bicycle

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The Claymore

The Claymore Twin En-Suite Room 

From your own private entrance via the garden path you enter a twin bedroom with two single beds and and bed side lights, TV and wardrobe.

The room has a kettle tea cups and coffee mugs, complementary Tea, Coffee Hot Chocolate and Biscuits,carbonated and still water.

Sitting area has two tub chairs and dinning table.

The room has En-suite shower room with complementary shower and hair wash, toilet roll and hand soap.

We provide towels and bed linen

We have free off road parking.

We offer evening meals in our dinning room.

Breakfast is included in the price for the room.

The breakfast menu and the dinning room menu can be found on our website

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