Welcome to our home, the Kettle House B&B, Fort Augustus
We would like to take this opportunity to introduce ourselves as Natalie and Mark who have worked in the hotel sector and are devoted to making your stay as comfortable and memorable as possible.
We are situated on the edge of the picturesque Village of Fort Augustus which is a lovely 10-15 min walk or 2 min drive by car therefore providing an attractive B&B accommodation for those wishing to make the most of the magnificent local sights during peak season, and also to enjoy a relaxing break during the quieter months of the year. The picture below is an aerial view of Fort Augustus which is a short walk or drive away from our B&B. You can see Loch Ness from Fort Augustus and Nessie may pop up for a wee photo!
This has always been our dream of running a Bed and Breakfast and by staying with us you can finally make that dream come true.
As an alternative to staying in hotels, we pride ourselves on being a “home from home” bed and breakfast
Within walking distance are a number of cafes and restaurants, plus the added bonus of a post office and bank.
If you do take a stroll down to the banks of Loch Ness, keep an eye out as you may happen to stumble across Nessie the Loch Ness Monster!
We hope that you will enjoy your time staying at our Bed and Breakfast.
Please note our home is a three storey house and all our guest rooms are on the third floor and there are two flights of stairs to the top. Many thanks!
More about the location...
Fort Augustus is in the historic and scenic Highland region of Scotland, situated between Fort William and Inverness on the shores of Loch Ness. Although the town only boasts a modest population of around 400 people it is a popular and busy tourist destination and with a wide range of activities to keep you occupied during your stay.
Try a cruise on Loch Ness or perhaps a trip to the nearby Urquhart Castle. This is an ideal base for touring or relaxing and for keen walkers and cyclists there are many walks around Fort Augustus, the most popular being the Great Glen Way which passes through the village.