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Relax at The Chapel Pool Complex (incl. sauna & steam room) !

The Highland Club

Transformed into the sumptuous Club Lounge, the former Monks' Refectory is the social heart of the Highland Club. With its original oak-panelled walls and decorative stained glass windows the lounge is traditionally furnished to include a snooker table & has wireless internet connection for you.

The privacy of your own HEALTH CLUB on your doorstep

The original chapel within the Abbey Church incorporates a heated  POOL, steam room and sauna where residents are able to enjoy the privacy of their own spa...with a Mini-GYM under St. Andrews Chapel  Your Indoor Club Services are complete!

Relax and watch the world go by

Stretching to the horizon, Loch Ness seems to go on forever. With their own private jetty, Highland Club residents can enjoy the loch's many water sports...go fishing or enjoy relaxed trips on one of the many cruises that ply the loch in fine weather.Wander along the banks on a summer's evening or enjoy a brisk invigorating walk on a frosty morning or simply sit and relax watching the eagles soaring over the mountain backdrop and let you mind drift.

Appearing to float over the water the original wooden boathouse is being converted into a waterside restaurant offering a mouth-watering array of home-cooked food and local fare.

Relaxation or Exercise, the choice is yours.

A wealth of country pursuits are on hand and, in season, a choice of field sports including rough (walked-up) game shooting, clay pigeon shooting, river or loch fishing and stalking, all under the expert guidance of local ghillies and stalkers might be organized for you.

Many of Scotland's famous golf courses are easily accessible including the links courses at Nairn and Royal Dornoch.

Cyclists and walkers can enjoy breathtaking views along the Great Glen Way and Cycle Route  through Glen Mor and along the northwest shores of Loch Lochy and Loch Ness, following the course of the Caledonian Canal.

More leisurely pursuits could include a visit to one of the many historic castles or gardens in the vicinity, one of the most famous woollen mills or a distillery or two - there is always something to do or somewhere new to explore.

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Andreas Peter | info@oldchurch.eu