Lochletter Bothy lies on Lochletter farm at the east end of Loch Meikle, amidst spectacular Highland scenery. Lochletter enjoys ready access to the Great Glen and its many tourist attractions; yet it is in a peaceful and unspoilt rural location and just a short distance away are Strathfarrar and Glen Affric, two National Nature Reserves with remnants of the ancient Caledonian pine forest set in a landscape of outstanding beauty. This protected countryside offers the best in rural sport and recreation, from enjoying the native wildlife, to walking and cycling on forest tracks, and fishing for salmon and trout on the local rivers and lochs.
Drumnadrochit is about 4 miles away has a useful range of amenities including shops, restaurants, a doctors' surgery and a highly regarded primary and secondary school. Inverness, about a 30 minute drive, has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport with regular flights to the south and parts of Europe.
The Bothy is of traditional stone construction under a tiled roof, with a more modern extension to the rear.
RIGHT OF PRE-EMPTION
There is a right of pre-emption over Lochletter Bothy. Further information is available upon request.