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Treetops Loch Ness – Self Catering Accommodation in Glen Urquhart the gateway to Glen Affric

Kirsty and Michael warmly welcome you to Treetops holiday chalets.
Situated between Glen Affric and Loch Ness on the A831 Beauly to Drumnadrochit Road, Treetops is the perfect base to explore the Natural Nature Reserve at Glen Affric, Loch Ness, the NC500 and many other places of natural beauty in the area.
Nestled on a beautiful hillside, Treetops boasts breathtaking views over Loch Meiklie and the surrounding area. Treetops is home to an array of wildlife including red deer, squirrels, birds of prey and a variety of other species.
We offer non-smoking accommodation with modern facilities. There is a three bedroom chalet sleeping up to 5 people and a 1 bedroom chalet perfect for couples.
Our properties offer off road parking, WiFi and everything you could need to make your stay as cozy and relaxing as possible.
Cots and high chairs are available on request.
Please note : We do not cater for hen or stag parties.

Deer’s Leap chalet sleeps up to 4 people all on one floor. Free WiFi and balcony with sitting out area. Private parking for 2 cars.
No smoking.

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Daisy Lodge Chalet

Lovely chalet for two all on one floor.  Ideal for couples.  Free WiFi and sitting out area.
Private parking.
No smoking.

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Our Location

Treetops self-catering holiday accommodation is situated just off the A831 in picturesqe Glen Urqhart about 5 miles from Drumnadrochit at Loch Ness. Drumnadrochit is home to several food & drink outlets and  two Loch Ness monster exhibitions while on the outskirts you will find historic Urquhart Castle perched on the shore of the loch.  Boat trips on Loch Ness operate throughout the year and well worth the experience.  Just off the Great Glen Way there are fine local walks at Craigmonie and Divach Falls.

A short drive from the accommodation through the village of Cannich will take you to the Glen Affric National Nature Reserve. The reserve has several car parks (a small charge applies) and a number of waymarked walks.  Glen Affric of course is often referred to as the most beautiful glen in Scotland.

The Highland Capital, Inverness, with all the facilities of a modern city is 25 miles away.

The local area is extremely popular with walkers and cyclists due to the number of forest tracks – the Affric Kintail Way is on the far side of Loch Meiklie – with access to the path network from the nearby Forestry & Land Car Park at Balnain.  For walking in the area and further afield Walkhighlands is a great guide.

Guests will find that Treetops is an ideal location to explore further afield with Ullapool, Fort William and the Isle of Skye just some suggested places to visit.