The name 'Aslaich' is named after Loch Aslaich which is approximately 13 miles from our home.
The River Coiltie begins its journey from Loch Aslaich and finishes in Loch Ness.
We have walked numerous times to the Loch and the journey is fantastic and the end view is spectacular. There is even a small Bothy for the weary traveller who decides to stay there and return the next day.
Aslaich offers Guest House Accommodation and is situated in the Village of Lewiston which adjoins the larger Village or well-known village of Drumnadrochit (the ridge of the Bridge in Gaelic). Lewiston runs adjacent to the River Coiltie and received its name from the Grant family who was bestowed the Estate, calling it Balmacaan Estate by King James IV.
James Grant provided houses and land for his tenants that worked at the Balmcaan Estate and named the village Lewiston after his eldest son, Lewis.
With many years experience of providing good quality guest house accommodation in one of the hidden gems of the Highlands, (Drumnadrochit) we offer a warm welcome, relaxing stay, and home comforts including:-
The accommodation is situated in a private 3 bedroom bungalow adjoining the family home and can accommodate up to 7 Persons.
The Shores of Loch Ness (Urquhart Bay) is a short woodland walk away, you may have to cross over the River Coiltie to get to the Bay, but can be done!
The Great Glen Way is approximately 400 metres from Aslaich Guest House and Urquhart Castle a 1-mile walk.
Aslaich even though in East Lewiston is also within easy walking distance to Drumnadrochit Village Centre where you will find many things to do and see including, Cafes, Restaurants, Pubs, Gift Shops, Boat Cruises, Loch Ness Exhibition Centre, Village Green and a Tourist Information Centre.
Our Loch Ness Accommodation is an ideal base to stay and explore the 4 corners of the Highlands