Glenlivet sits at the top of the Old School, a rather architecturally unique part of the Abbey.
Here, you can touch, see and appreciate rather special and original internal features that make Glenlivet an excellent choice in Loch Ness holiday accommodation. .
The Anta furnishings and decor complement this perfectly, making much of the full height Gothic windows and arch timber beams.
During the days of the Abbey, the top of the Old School was the orginal location of the boys’ dorms. Later, due to the Abbey’s growth in numbers the dorms would move to the Monastery and the the top of the school. As a result, Glenlivet and other apartments were now additional classrooms!
Within the twenty acres of grounds and at the water’s edge is the Boathouse restaurant. It is also only a few minutes’ walk away from the centre of Fort Augustus village with its shops, pubs and walks which will meet your everyday needs.
These include heated, indoor swimming pool, tennis court and large life size chess in the Cloister Gardens. There is also the children’s adventure playground, BBQ area, Club Lounge with full size snooker table and free WiFi. Additionally, in the Atrium you will find Ping Pong while in the Monastery Gardens you can enjoy a game of boules or croquet.
Lawn and adventure activities include clay pigeon shooting and archery. When you venture outside of the Abbey you can even arrange whitewater rafting and canoeing. Contact Ian MacKinnon of Monster Activities for more information.
Trout fishing is also available from the grounds of the Abbey and the nine-hole Fort Augustus golf course is only five minutes away.
All this makes Glenlivet the perfect setting for your relaxing holiday and to explore the surrounding countryside.
Three bedrooms, sleeps six
Open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area
WiFi and Sky TV
Short breaks available
The Open Plan Living Area:
is wonderfully spacious and luxurious with open plan kitchen and additional mezzanine bedroom above.
Glenlivet is a high standard apartment due to its tasteful decor and quality furniture. It maintains the historical, traditional feel and character of the Old School but has all the modern conveniences you need to make this a memorable family holiday.
This homely living room looks over the cloisters and cloister gardens. The illumination of the lights onto the giant chess set, particularly at dusk, is a beautiful sight.
These, and more, give Glenlivet a rather well-deserved place in the Abbey for holiday accommodation.
The kitchen and dining area:
is complete with a solid oak dining table and seating for six. The kitchen features an island with granite worktops and has enough equipment and appliances to enure you have all you need for your holiday including:
Integral fridge freezer
Gas hob and electric oven
Automatic washing machine/dryer
Microwave and coffeemaker
Ironing board and iron
The master bedroom:
with a high ceiling and the arch oak timber support beams which are quite unique as an apartment feature.
There is an extremely comfortable kling size bed and furnishings keeping with the remainder of the apartment.
has bath and shower and granite work top. Mirror with overhead light and shaver point
Hairdryer and clock radio
Mezzanine second double bedroom upstairs:
overlooks the spacious lounge with view through the full height windows to the cloisters
Downstairs twin Bedroom:
Hairdryer and full length mirror with twin beds perfect for the kids.
With bath and overhead fitted power shower. mirror with shaving light and power point.
Extras included in booking:
All bed linen and towels
Fully equipped kitchen
There is no lift in the Highland Club, so if you have any difficulty walking upstairs please ensure you check your chosen holiday property details to ensure it suits your requirements.