Luxury Self-Catering at Loch Ness

Everything you need to know

Staying At 8, The Monastery, The Highland Club

With these being self-catering apartments there is not a 24hr manned reception.

Check-in time is from 4pm – 8pm.

Arrivals after 8pm must be by prior arrangement, with a surcharge payable online of £25.00. Arrivals after 10pm cannot be accommodated and guests will have to check in the following morning.

Upon departure day, you are required to vacate the apartment by 10am and post the keys in the letter box opposite the reception desk. If you require a later departure time then this may be possible. Any late check-outs must be confirmed by contacting our managing agents Aonach Mor on 01320 345155 and be subject to a fee of £25.00.

Failure to return all keys will result in a fine of £50 per key.


The property is located on the second floor of the Monastery building, accessible by one flight of stairs. Please note that the property does not have lift access.

Car parking

You must adhere to the parking rules and park in the designated spaces provided. All parking is at the owners own risk and we do not accept any liability in any circumstances for any loss or damage to vehicles or any property left in them.


The maximum occupancy for this property is 4 persons total. We reserve the right to refuse additional guests if it exceeds the maximum occupancy without notice or refund.


We regret that we do not accept pets. Pets are also not permitted in the Abbey building.


We have a strict NO SMOKING policy and we ask our guests to adhere to this. Smoking is not permitted in any of the accommodation or any internal public area, failure to comply may result in additional costs or termination of your reservation.

Damage and Injury

The owners of the property do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage to any belongings, nor injuries sustained by the client or any member of their party.

Wifi Access

Available on site

Behaviour policy

Hearts and souls have been put into the building, furnishing and decorating of the apartments for your enjoyment. Please be kind enough to observe the following:

  • We ask that you take proper and reasonable care of the apartment; furniture, pictures, fittings and effects; please leave them in the same state of repair and condition, and in the same clean and tidy condition, at the end of the rental period, as at the beginning. Notify us immediately of any breakage and damages. You are legally bound to reimburse the owners for any replacement, repair or cleaning costs on demand. You must not bring any potentially hazardous or dangerous items into the property.
  • We ask that you are courteous, and give due consideration to other residents. We reserve the right to terminate your booking and request that you leave the premises due to unreasonable behaviour, damage to the property or exceeding the stated occupancy without any refund.

Eco Credentials

At Highland Titles, we remain deeply conscious of the impact we have on our surroundings. Our apartment has been sensitively restored in alignment with our core values. Details of how this has been achieved are set out below.

Locally made

Our beds are made by local business Highland Blind Craft

In its full production factory in Inverness, Highland BlindCraft employ 19 highly skilled visually impaired and disabled people, along with 4 other able-bodied individuals. Designing, manufacturing and selling: beds, divans, mattresses, headboards and chairs to the highest standards.

The sofa, armchairs, curtains and soft furnishings used in the apartments have all been made in the UK (mostly locally).


We have used low energy lighting and energy saving light bulbs throughout the apartment.


The apartment has been painted using paint by Little Greene

Little Greene is an independent, British paint manufacturer, committed to the socially and environmentally responsible production of high-quality paints and wallpapers. Their paints and wallpapers represent 300 years of decorative history. Referencing the key periods of interior design, from the 17th century to the late 20th century, they’re committed to an ongoing research programme, and are proud to breathe new life into the best colours and patterns from the past.

A family-run business, with their own factory nestled in the foothills of Mount Snowdon in North Wales, they are the only British paint maker still producing a complete range of traditional and modern finishes.

Reuse and recycle principals

Our high quality bedding is eco recycled using fabrics and fibres made from recycled materials to make quality fillings and fabrics. 

The majority of our furniture is vintage and a number of white goods from the previous owner have been reused. Any residual furniture left by the previous owner has been donated.