Fantastic Lighthouse on the Loch Ness
Overlooking the waters of Loch Ness guests can enjoy Bona
- Stylish luxurious decoration
- Overlooking Loch Ness
- Unique and secluded
- Ideal for short breaks
- Sleeps 6 people
Bona lies at the North end of Loch Ness, close to the settlement of lochend, at the entrance to the narrows which links Loch Ness with Loch Dochfour (Little Loch Ness).
Bona was designed in 1815 by a superintendent of engineer Thomas Telford and was at one time the smallest manned in Britain. The place name Bona is said to derive from ‘Bon Ath,' the white ford, so named because of its position at the North end of Loch Ness, the longest inland water in Scotland.
Wonderfully renovated and very warm and inviting, Bona offers ultimate comfort and outstanding views on the waters of Loch Ness and is set on the banks of the historic Caledonian Canal.
The main building has two bedrooms and a sitting room with TV and DVD player. The master bedroom still has a light at the window and a carefully placed bed so you can wake up in the morning whilst taking in the beautiful views. The second bedroom has two double super comfortable beds.
The decoration is stylish, immaculate and very comfortable. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, this is an ideal house for a family or two couples. The kitchen is fully equipped with a cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine. Guests can also enjoy the private garden of the .
2 Reviews - Fantastic Lighthouse on the Loch Ness
Schagen - the Netherlands
Great location, very nice and complete house for four.
Ragout - Scotland
Bona lighthouse is an amazing place to stay, the location cannot be faulted (the views are amazing) and the interior itself is great, clean and cosy. The cupboards are well stocked and all the equipment you could need is provided (the NESSIE mugs are a great touch and very welcoming. Overall it was a fantastic place and we would recommend and come back ourselves. Areas for improvement: - the potholes on the private road leading to the lighthouse, some are significant and need addressing - lounge seating, there really isn't enough for more than 3-4 people to relax comfortably, need another sofa or armchair in that room - freezer space is tiny and therefore limiting for self catering