One of Scotland’s most iconic natural features are its famous lochs, the most notable of which is Loch Ness near the city of Inverness, whose mythical inhabitant, Nessie, draws tourists each year to the hotels and B&Bs that share pristine views of its waters. But there are plenty of beautiful lochs to visit scattered all throughout Scotland, including the beautiful Loch Coruisk in the Cuillin mountain range on the Isle of Skye, and Loch Awe in Argyll and Bute, which holds the ruins of Kilchurn Castle. No matter what part of Scotland you decide to explore, you’re bound to come across a truly stunning body of water.
Visit Loch Fyne and Inverary
If you are after a unique loch-side experience, then make your way to Loch Fyne, where you will not only be able to take-in the spectacular scenery of the loch, but can also visit important local sites such as Inverary Castle, the current residence of the Duke of Argyll. Here you can partake in outdoor activities like boating, kayaking, trekking, and horse-back riding, as well as dine at a number of great traditional restaurants.
To plan your visit to Loch Fyne and the town of Inverary, use the Expedia search tool, which will help you find local attractions as well as the perfect hotel to suit your needs.