Sharon Keane, James Corrigan & Family from Glasgow
The Highland Club is set on the shores of Loch Ness in 20 acres of beautiful land and faced with a spectacular, Grade A, gothic-style fortification, which was later transformed into St Benedict’s Abbey. The pool, sauna and steam room are set in the original chapel, which has views across the Great Glen. The Highland Club lounge, formerly the monks refectory, holds a full-size snooker table, large games cupboard and comfy sofas to relax in. We stayed in the Alexander Suite, which was a spacious apartment with glorious views across the gardens up Loch Ness. Our suite slept six people, with plenty of room for the kids to sleep in their twin beds and play just outside the patio doors. We even had our very own Mr & Mrs Pheasant who came right up to the window. The master bedroom with en suite was decorated to a very high standard. The living area – dining with open-plan kitchen area – was also beautifully decorated, with many modern conveniences.
The Highland Club is a truly magnificent, breath taking place with plenty activities for the kids, including tennis courts, badminton, croquet, boules, cricket, football or giant chess on the cloistered lawn. I would thoroughly recommend this for your next family break.