The Bridge Suite is well stocked with a large number of leaflets and booklets providing information about the extensive range of nearby attractions and activities that are available to enjoy whilst staying in the area. For those who prefer to plan for their trip in advance, the local area guides below will hopefully help to highlight some of the most popular, and some of our favourite, things to do and places to go. In addition to the regular tourist attractions and facilities there is a vast amount of open landscape to explore from mountain vistas and rugged beaches to Caledonian forests and dramatic waterfalls as well as a wealth of interesting and unique wildlife to observe.
For those who are looking for something a little different to the usual tourist hot-spots we love to help our guests to get the most out of their trip by offering advice and suggestions of where to find the quietest, most scenic off the beaten track locations where there are great experiences to be had from just simply exploring and enjoying the beautiful surroundings that make this place so special, because very often the best, most memorable days in The Highlands are those that are unplanned; when you discover a breathtaking landscape, find a secluded spot where you can enjoy some peaceful solitude or have an unexpected encounter with one of the many iconic wildlife species that make their home here.
Most of these places that we consider to be extra special are not listed in this guide but if you have spare time whilst you are staying with us be sure to let us know what you are looking for and we'll be happy to share our local knowledge with you....
A guide to the immediate surroundings and nearby facilities within the vicinity of The Bridge Suite including the villages of Invermoriston and Fort Augustus.
The Bridge Suite is centrally located in this world renowned and much visited 62 mile slice of the Scottish Higlands that incorporates the very best that Scotland has to offer.
Explore the attractions, shops, restaurants, cultural highlights, events and surroundings of The Scottish Highlands' capital city located on the Moray Firth coast at the northern end of The Great Glen
Located at the south-western end of The Great Glen and at the base of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain, there are many reasons why Fort William is known as the outdoor capital of the UK.
Another world renowned tourist destination which is easily accessible as a day trip from The Bridge Suite, The Isle of Skye has a very different character from the mainland and many of our guests enjoy a day here.
The Cairngorm mountain range is at the heart of Britain's largest national park which has plenty to offer to visitors and can be reached, and explored, within a day trip from The Bridge Suite.