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Morag's Lodge


Morag's Lodge
Bunoich Brae
Fort Augustus
PH32 4DG
Telephone (01320) 366289
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4* hostel

Morag’s Lodge is a top quality 4* hostel located on the Great Glen Way in Fort Augustus, just a short walk from the banks of Loch Ness. Surrounded by stunning mountain scenery and set in wooded grounds this is the perfect budget accommodation option in the hub of the Highlands!

The hostel has a variety of room types including 4-bed & 6-bed dorms, doubles, twins, triples, and family rooms, all with private bathroom facilities. The modern and super-comfy bunks have private reading lights and power points, and all linen is provided free of charge.
There are excellent cheap meal options, from a buffet style budget breakfast to delicious home-cooked evening meals using local produce. There is also 24 hour access to the self-catering kitchen and free tea & coffee facilities.

The rustic bothy-style bar offers a superb range of local beers and single malts, has a cosy log fire for the colder winter nights, and regular live entertainment.

Other facilities include a drying room, laundry service, free wifi, toys, games, book swap and the famous red piano!

The friendly and welcoming team can assist with arranging local activities, including the on-site bike hire and boat trips on Loch Ness, as well as advising on day trips and other activities available in the area. The team are on-hand to ensure you are able to make the most of your time and are proud to deliver “Highland Hospitality” at its best!

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Get yourself to Scotland and then head for the Highlands! Fort Augustus village is on the A82 half away along the Great Glen. (Inverness – 33 miles / Fort William – 31 miles). From the petrol station, turn north towards Inverness, go past the car park and then left up the steep hill called Bunoich Brae – we are just on the left where you will see our sign.

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