Foyers Lodge

Our Home

Built in the 1800's, Foyers Lodge is an imposing traditional property which stands in an elevated position with spectacular views of Loch Ness and the mountain opposite, Meall Fuar-mhonaidh.

Having recently been lovingly restored by owners Anna and Philip, Foyers Lodge boasts stylish, traditional interiors with a unique, contemporary twist, beautifully kept grounds and unrivalled views of Loch Ness; Scotland's most famous loch and one of the world's most famous lakes.

Anna and Philip welcome you to their home in the Highlands and hope the cosy, peaceful, relaxing environment and beautiful natural surroundings will entice you to return again and again.

Please note we are closed for essential maintenance from 23 September 2019.

Booking is open for 2020.

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History

In the mid-1600s an Inn at Foyers was first built and at that time was mainly used by cattle drovers moving cattle to and from the markets in the South. The site of the property, under a variety of names, has been used almost continuously as an inn to this day. The present building was extended to its current standing in around 1863 by an Edinburgh businessman and land owner, Mr Fountaine Walker.

 
Inn at Foyers, 1860’s Image courtesy of The National Portrait Gallery

Inn at Foyers, 1860’s
Image courtesy of The National Portrait Gallery