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Loch Ness Cruising Trips Holiday Accommodation Guide for your next vacation in the Loch Ness area which is a large, deep, freshwater loch in the Scottish Highlands extending for approximately 37 kilometres south west of Inverness. Its surface is 16 metres above sea level. Loch Ness is best known for alleged sightings of the cryptozoological Loch Ness Monster, also known affectionately as "Nessie". It is connected at the southern end by the River Oich and a section of the Caledonian...

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Search Cannich Holiday Accommodation Guide for Cannich Holiday Accommodation and Property Rentals with stay4you.com for accommodation in the area to book direct with owners independently. Cannich is a popular location for visitors wishing to explore Glen Affric which is one of the most beautiful Glens in Scotland with it's many walks and outdoor activities. The village offers holiday stays in B&B as well as caravan and glamping accommodation and a good general store and post office.

Cannich is located at the southern end of Strathglass in the Highlands of Scotland, nestled in the centre of walking country. It is located at the intersection of Glens Urquhart, Cannich, and Affric. It is located at the farthest point of the A831, which circles the Aird from Beauly to Drumnadrochit.

The settlement started out as a small farming village, but as the hydroelectric power station at Fasnakyle grew, the village grew to serve the men who were working there.

Once the station was completed, the region became an outdoor destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with activities and routes that will test you the traveller, offering some of the greatest wilderness that the Highlands have to offer, at any time of year, from rugged wintery Munros in the winter to sunny heather-clad hills in the summer.

The natural habitats and geology of the Glen have made these sites special places of scientific interest. Here you will find many different types of fauna and flora. This is a National Nature Reserve, and it is a paradise for birds, wildlife, plants, and forests.

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One of the largest surviving native pinewoods in the UK is Glen Affric. The Corrimony RSPB Nature Reserve is located within a short distance of Cannich.

Ben Nevis, Glencoe, the Isle of Skye, the Cairngorms National Park, and the North-West Highland Coast are all worth a visit and a short drive away.

There are miles of walking, biking, and mountain biking trails, both on and off the road, for people of all skill levels.

The Great Glen Cycle Route runs from Fort William to Inverness, passing through Glenurquhart and Glen Affric Forest paths, as well as Glen Strathfarrar.

This location offers a wide range of housing options, from a bed and breakfast to a large hotel in the city, with options to suit all budgets. You may also stay in a pod or a chalet.

Stay in a camper van and travel from place to place each night, or stay in a castle with all the amenities available to you and your guests.

Both Beauly and Muir of Ord are easily accessible, and there are a variety of services nearby. This is an ideal location for seeing the Scottish Highlands. You can journey north to Dunrobin Castle or John o' Groats, stopping along the route to explore whisky distilleries, or island hop to Inverness, Nairn, and the Moray Coast, west to Ullapool, Inverewe Gardens, and the Isle of Skye, or south to Loch Ness and Fort William.

Popular activities in the area include country walks, angling, sailing, pony trekking on long sandy beaches or rides out into forests or mountain passes, bird-watching with your binoculars, and mountain biking through the hills and along forest trails. Several golf courses are within easy driving distance. Blazin' in Beauly has a Fiddle Festival in October whilst Culloden Moor has a visitor centre and displays the history of a great battle.

This region contains several castles with outstanding architecture, paintings, art work, and furnishings, all of which are full of Scottish history and offer a colourful picture of the Scottish Highlands. Explore the network of historic woodland routes, beach paths along sandy beaches, steep mountain passes, and old drovers' roads, among other things. 
Beauly is easily accessible from both Inverness and Dingwall, with bus and train links to the Highland capital. 
Inverness is the main commercial and business centre of the Highlands, with an extensive range of shopping, leisure and recreational activities associated with city living, as well as a full range of supermarkets, individual shops, butchers, bakers, chemists, post offices, filling stations, a selection of bars and pubs, hotels and bed and breakfast to suit all budgets, and restaurants catering for all types of people with their culinary delicacies.

Cannich now much increased in size firstly on account of the houses built for the Hydro-Electric Board and now as a desirable place to live with it's easy access to the wonderful walks and scenery of Glen Affric, Cannich village stands at the mouth of Glen Cannich near the west bank of the river Glass providing a great vacation area so start your search for Cannich holiday accommodation and property rentals. These houses are well grouped, and give the appearance of being built to last: they are made of stone. Some 2 miles south west is Fasnakyle power-station situated on the banks of the River Glass and at the mouth of Glen Affric, It was opened in 1952 and is built of golden yellow sandstone from Greenbrae quarries at Hopeman. In order to make this highly modern development blend with its surroundings, it bears plaques representing symbols of the type found on& old Celtic stones.

Staying In Cannich

Being able to stay in Cannich can be enjoyable because the village is located in a stunning area of Scotland. Glen Affric, a region in the Highlands renowned for its breathtaking scenery, woodlands, and animals, lies close by Cannich. The following events and sights are worth thinking about if you intend to visit Cannich:

The Glen Affric National Nature Reserve is a haven for those who enjoy the outdoors, with its lovely walking trails, stunning lochs, and a wide variety of flora and animals. It's the perfect location for hiking, viewing wildlife, and taking in the peace and quiet of nature.

Plodda Falls is a spectacular waterfall encircled by thick vegetation and is close to Cannich. You can see the breathtaking cascade by taking a short stroll from the parking area to the observation platform.

Dog Falls: A delightful walk through the forest will take you to this stunning waterfall, which is another one worth visiting. The location is tranquil and ideal for a picnic.

Glen Cannich: Enjoy the untamed beauty of the Scottish Highlands on a picturesque drive or walk through Glen Cannich. The glen is renowned for its wild and untamed surroundings.

During your stay at Cannich, you won't be too far from the renowned Loch Ness. You can tour the loch and its surrounds if you're curious about the Loch Ness Monster mythology.

Wildlife aficionados will find a sanctuary in the region surrounding Cannich. Red deer, golden eagles, ospreys, and other wildlife should all be observed.

whisky Distilleries: If you appreciate whisky, you might wish to stop by one or more of the distilleries in the area to learn about the production of whisky and try some excellent Scottish whisky.

Cannich is quite close to Inverness, the Highlands' administrative centre. To visit its historical monuments, museums, stores, and restaurants, take a day excursion.

Local cuisine: Don't pass up the chance to sample authentic Scottish fare like haggis, neeps, and tatties, as well as recently caught seafood.

Cannich is a great place to go for individuals looking for serenity and a connection with nature because it provides a quiet and natural respite from the bustle of city life. Whether you like to go trekking, observe wildlife, or simply take in the gorgeous environment, a trip to Cannich can be a special one.

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A beautiful loch to stroll (or run) around with breath-taking views. You may just park at the last car and walk up the valley, but make sure you are fully prepared for your journey.
The fee of parking was inexpensive due to the presence of bathroom facilities and picnic seats in the parking lot.
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