Tucked away in Invergarry, this rambling baronial mansion is just south of Loch Ness and within easy reach of the Great Glen's most popular sights. The alluringly old-fashioned rooms have traditional Victorian decor; some more expensive rooms have superb views over Loch Oich. The restaurant serves delicious four-course dinners—modern Scottish cuisine, such as roast lamb with minted peas and port jus, or guinea fowl with raspberry and almond cream. On the grounds are
the ruins of Invergarry Castle, a seat of the MacDonnell clan. The hotel entrance is south of the junction of A82 and A87.
Nov 8, 2007
A highlight of Glengarry is the wonderful afternoon teas served in style in one of the spacious and comfortable lounges. Another highlight is the choice of splendid lounges to sit in. Glengarry has happily not sacrificed its magnificent residents' lounges to bar space.
Jun 19, 2004
My husband and I stayed here with one of our children in June 2004 and found the hotel darned near perfect. The hidden, loch-side setting cannot be beat, and the food is simply the best. What a venue this hotel would make for a wedding, anniversary, or honeymoon. The beauty of the house, gardens, and the loch is breathtaking. It is one of the best places we've ever stayed, and we travel a lot. Book with confidence.
Jan 19, 2002
We stayed aat this hotel for only one night, so perhaps I can't give the best evaluation. The setting is magical-- nestled in the woods on Loch Oich-- I felt like I had been transported back 300 years. The food was also delicious, and elegantly served in the large dining room. However, the room was less than adequate. The shower backed up quickly and despite requesting maintance, they never came. The beds were less than comfortable. Noise was easily
heard from the hallway.