This idyllic collection of holiday cottages, once home to lock keeper and canal worker’s, are nestled on the banks of the spectacular Scottish Caledonian Canal, each with it's own breath-taking view. Each of these unique heritage properties has been sensitively restored to the highest standard, retaining their unique period features but adding contemporary touches that appeal to the modern traveller. Weaving through some of the most stunning landscapes, these self-catering hideaways can be found on the doorstep of iconic destinations such as Fort William, Fort Augustus, the Cairngorms National Park and Loch Ness.
Sleeps 2 Starting from £117 / night
Built almost 200 years ago to guide ships into the Caledonian Canal, Bona Lighthouse has recently been lovingly restored.
Sleeps 4 Starting from £103 / night
Tomnahurich Bridge House enjoys a semi-rural waterfront position alongside the Tomnahurich Swing Bridge on the Caledonian Canal
Sleeps 6 Starting from £93 / night
This striking house sits looking over the Caledonian Canal and, in the distance, the spectacular Ben Nevis.
Sleeps 5 Starting from £103 / night
This detached heritage property enjoys all the benefits of a secluded spot but offers easy access to loads of activities.
Sleeps 6 Starting from £98 / night
With water on three sides of this sweet 18th Century cottage, this is many people’s dream location.
Sleeps 4 Starting from £117 / night
Deep in the heart of the Highlands, this beautifully restored heritage property is a short hop from Loch Ness.
Sleeps 6 Starting from £103 / night
Built by the famed Scottish engineer Thomas Telford, this historic semi-detached property offers spectacular views to Ben Nevis.
Sleeps 2 Starting from £91 / night
Ardlussa Cottage is a former lock keeper’s cottage set on the banks of the Caledonian Canal at Garirlochy.
Sleeps 4 Starting from £128 / night
Charming 2-bedroom, former lock-keepers cottage set on the banks of the Crinian Canal
Hunt for legends on Loch Ness
If you're not so lucky, there's red deer, osprey and other incredible wildlife to enjoy!
Visit 'the outdoor capital of the UK' at Fort William
Sail, raft, climb and hike under the shadow of Ben Nevis
Jump aboard the Hogwarts Express
Calling all muggles, this unique Jacobite Steam Train is one for the bucket list!
Join the Great Glen Way at Loch Lochy
Whether walking or cycling there's so much to explore!
Step back in time at Cairnbaan
Discover iron age forts and prehistoric treasure trails