Uk news Lodge on shores of Loch Ness named in list of world's most romantic destinations PremierLeague-News.Com
MetiNews.Com - Loch Ness Lodge was one of only two British locations to make it into the top list of 21 destinations from around the world.
Breaking News ! A luxury lodge on the shores of Loch Ness has just been named among the world's most romantic lakeside resorts, according to a leading travel website. Loch Ness Lodge was one of only two British locations to make it into the top 21 list put together by Seeker, an online platform for experienced travellers. The bucket list of 21 romantic resorts featured entries from all over the world including countries such as Switzerland, Chile, New Zealand and Peru. The top retreat near Drumnadrochit overlooks Scotland's most famous loch and offers nine luxurious rooms, a spa and therapy area and access to some of Scotland's most stunning scenery. This week's top Scotland Now stories Scots travel boggers' top destinations Sam asks tourists to respect Scots sites Scots Country House Hotel up for sale Outlander Castle reopens to visitors Making reference to the fact the lodge sits close to the home of Nessie, the team at Seeker wrote: "Nestled in the Scottish Highlands, you’ll be surrounded by beautiful landscapes of tiny villages with Scottish architecture so quaint and quiet that you’ll think you’re in a movie. "You’ll find the luxurious Loch Ness Lodge at the lake’s western coast.
." The list, which features the top lake resorts from around the world that "promise the perfect balance of rest, romance, and adventure", also included Linthwaite House on the banks of Windermere in England as the only other entry from the UK.
Speaking to the Inverness Courier about the news, Willie Cameron, of hospitality group Cobbs who run the lodge, said: "It is quite an accolade especially given we are trying to build up the business again after the pandemic."
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