Loch Ness is Scotland’s (if not the world’s) most famous lake (or ‘loch’ in Scottish). It runs for 23 miles (37 km) along the natural geological cleft that stretches from Fort William in the west of the Scottish Highlands, to Inverness in the north.
About a mile wide at most places it is the
purported home of the Loch Ness monster, which dwells in the Loch and is occasionally spotted by locals and passers-by. The sightings claimed lend credence to the remote distinct possibility of a group of survivors of the long-extinct plesiosaurs (which lived up to around 65 million years ago).
Visiting Loch Ness from Bannerman Bed and Breakfast
While we can’t guarantee visitors to Loch Ness visiting from Bannerman B&B will see the Loch Ness Monster, we do guarantee you might… We can however guarantee you will love the scenery.