The Benleva Hotel

The Benleva Hotel, Loch Ness, is over 300 years old and is a former Church Manse (Minister’s residence).

It is situated just ½ mile from the centre of Drumnadrochit village, just a short walk from the shores of Loch Ness in approximately an acre of grounds.

 It has a beautiful tree-lined driveway, including a 400-year-old former hanging-tree (a Spanish Chestnut) and a beer garden. The Benleva Hotel, which is now owned by Neil Morrison who also owns The Lochside in Islay and Macgochans on the Isle of Mull, has a good Scottish real ales and malt whiskies all served in a homely, warm and welcoming atmosphere. It specialised in selling the finest cask conditioned ales from the many local Highland breweries

The local chef produces simple classic dishes using the best home grown and locally sourced produce available.

The bustling bar and restaurant, and 11 newly refurbished en-suite bedrooms makes this hotel an ideal destination especially if you want to catch a glimpse of Nessie.