Sunday, 31 July 2016


The summer weeks are proving to be an interesting and busy time for us up here at the Abbey, but that doesn't stop us making our Autumn and Winter plans to ensure our guests enjoy their stay. Our calendar of events includes:

Ghost Story Night 25th Ocotober (free of charge),
                                           
The Angel's Share Whiskey Tasting Night 27th October (tickets £25 per head max 12 guests), 
                                              
Celtic Christmas Story Telling Night (free of charge) 27th December
                                                 
The Angel's Share Whiskey Tasting Night 28th December (tickets £25 per head max 12 guests), 
                                                                                                                                                 
Hogmanay Celtic Music and Dancing 31st December (tickets available)

In the meantime, Boots and Paddles are still offering their fantastic outdoor experiences


Saturday 27th August sees the Glenurquhart Highland Gathering and Games at Drumnadrochit.
The Games include the traditional events performed by the heavyweight athletes – throwing weights and hammers and tossing the caber.

We would like to thank all staff for the massive effort they make to maintain our high standard of cleanliness in all apartments - our guests continue to provide positive feedback. Thanks also to our guests for your comments and feedback.

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Thursday, 17 March 2016

Easter Events at Loch Ness and The Highland Club




Congratulations to all the runners in the Loch Ness Marathon on Sunday 13th March. Next event is Etape cycle event on 24th April.








Before that we have Easter and here at the Highland Club a most serious sporting event for the young will take place on Easter Sunday, featuring our own amazing Easter Bunny who will lead the Easter Egg Hunt.  Not a game for the faint hearted, hunger drives so Bunny’s advice is to stay lean and mean for this hunting extravaganza.


A thirst for mystery and suspense might bring young and old alike to the Club lounge  later for another “Stranger than Fiction story telling night.  At our last one we heard much about the Fairy Population on the Isle of Skye. Where did the Fairy Flag at Dunvegan Castle really come from?  And would you dare to cross the Fairy Bridge on a horse?  They are said to be terrified by whatever haunts this wonderful old Bridge between two worlds (and across the river of course).

There are apartments available still for what should prove to be a wonderful holiday here at The Highland Club

However, if you can pack up all your cares and woe right now this week or next there is a fantastic offer in one of the most special places here at the Abbey.

The Chapter House is the original meeting place for the Monks and to enter the mezzanine Living area now you could well believer yourself just coming to spectate such an event, with its 10 seater Antique Dining Table  vaulted ceiling and wonderful space. A break right now of more than 4 days or more has a 33% discount. That ‘s full week for £423  for 5 nights for £513 for 7 nights. For 3 or 4 night breaks discount of the website price is 20%. 


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Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Christmas 2015



Traditional Tales

This festive season at the Highland Club we will be having another traditional story telling evening in the club lounge between Christmas and New Year on the 29th December from 6-8 pm. This is open to anyone who has a story to tell or wishes just to listen to some traditional Celtic folk law and stories, we welcome guests input and anyone can join in, refreshments and nibbles will be provided. If you haven’t booked your apartment yet, you can book direct on our website at http://www.highlandclubscotland.co.uk/

Santa doing a fly by at the Highland Club

Hogmanay in the Highlands

Dance in the New Year at the Highland Club with traditional Celtic music courtesy of the Urban Natives. All Guests are encouraged to attend this free event and enjoy the fun family atmosphere. There will no doubt be a customary flurry of fireworks over the village to greet the New Year with a sparkle and bang!

Urban Natives

Winter Break

Taking a winter break at the Highland Club is a great way to relax and chill in cosy yet grand style, or go native, walking or skiing in the wintery wilderness. Take advantage of some quiet time away from the mad crowds and check out the amazing low season discounts on wide range of individual vacation apartment rentals. 

Winter on Loch Ness near the Highland Club

Traveling in the Highlands

If you are traveling to the Highland Club be sure to travel carefully and safely. If you’re driving it’s worth having a look at trafficscotland.org which gives up to date travel information including: weather warnings, diversions and road closures, and a range of live traffic cams on all main routes to check for snow drifts in advance!
Traveline (in association with Traffic Scotland) also have a very useful App which is available free on iTunes, Google play and Amazon Kindle App store. As well as giving you access to TrafficScotland.org, Traveline also allows you to accurately plan your train, plane, ferry or bus journey from anywhere in the UK to (and from) the Highland Club with ease.