Whitebridge Hotel


Bella and Lesley would like to welcome you to the Whitebridge Hotel.

The 2 star hotel has 12 en-suite bedrooms and is ideally situated for walking, fishing, hunting and exploring the south side of Loch Ness.

Whitebridge is at the foothills of the Monadhliath Mountains on General Wade's Military Road (B862), where it crosses the River Fechlin, approximately 8 miles from Fort Augustus and 25 miles from Inverness.

The hotel also has fishing rights on the nearby Loch Knockie, where brown trout are in abundance.

The Hotel

The hotel was built in 1899 on the site of a King's House destroyed by fire some years previously. A King's House was a hostelry used by the soldiers while in a specific area; this King's House was used by the soldiers of General Wade while they were stationed in the Highlands. Building roads was one of the garrison's duties, and you can still see the original bridge built here in 1732.

The local stone is a very bright white, and, when the bridge was new, this earned it the nickname The White Bridge.


The Whitebridge Hotel seeks to provide a relaxed atmosphere for our guests. We also welcome well behaved dogs in our rooms and the bar.

We have a comfortable residents lounge with fireplace and books and magazines.

Our rooms all have TVs and tea/coffee making facilities. There are a selection of DVDs to borrow too.

There is a wireless network available in all of our rooms.