This B&B guest house is next to the 5 locks of the Caledonian Canal, walking distance from Fort Augustus. The village is part of the Great Glen Way.

Caledonian House was originally built in 1860 and was used as Campbells Tea Room in the 1900`s.

Now a long established bed and breakfast guest house, the house is adjacent to the Caledonian Canal with boats joining the beginning of Loch Ness or sailing through the canal locks through to Banovie and Neptunes Staircase, Fort William.

Fort Augustus, considered to be the centre of the Highlands, has shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes all within walking distance of the house. There is lots to see and do in the area including taking a cruise on Loch Ness and visiting the islands of Skye and Mull, or Iona and Rhu.

For the more adventurous there is watersports, ski-ing, river rafting or mountain climbing.

The village is also part of the Great Glen Way. For walkers the views are spectacular. Or choose to slow down and unwind watching the many boats and ships working the locks of the canal as they move to and from Loch Ness. You may even spot the monster!

We also offer fishing trips and mountain bike hire.