Car touring From The Steading Country Inn


Scotland is a wonderful country to explore by car; 

Staying at the Steading Country Inn is a good base to start your tour of the Scottish Highland's. 

After a day of travelling you return to your room with En-suite facilities and free Wi-Fi, then at 5pm the pub opens for evening home cooked meals and a dram or pint or two, In the cold weather sit by our log burning stove, work out your route for the next day with all the local knowledge from the locals, then in the morning after a full Scottish Breakfast or a choice of Breakfast from our menu.

Start out savouring each moment from each day at a slower pace and enjoy a unique and
memorable day touring in the Scottish Highlands,

The scenery is spectacular and a car allows you to enjoy the country at your own pace, cross the wilds of Rannoch Moor before stopping at dramatic Glencoe, scene of the infamous massacre in 1692. 

Travel through Fort William passing Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain, before entering the Great Glen.

Visit Fort Augustus on the banks of Loch Ness, were you can take a boat cruise on the loch, go for a walk or just relax by the Caledonian Canal in this charming Highland village.

Two thousand years ago the Romans called this land ‘Caledonia’, meaning ‘wooded heights’. Later, that name led to the term ‘Caledonian Forest’ describing the native woodland which covered much of the Highlands of Scotland. 

They retreated, defeated by the landscape and declared this land the end of the world. 

Pass shimmering Loch Laggan before climbing over the wild and lonely Drumochter Pass.

Park the car and take a cruise on the mysterious and beautiful Loch Ness an unforgettable experience, offering you the chance to catch a glimpse of Nessie. 

The boat uses the very latest hi-tech colour sonar and underwater imaging systems to enhance the
A fantastic tour to Loch Ness visiting a diverse range of Loch's mountains. Glen's and wild life and Highland scenery,

Imagine a wild, mountainous landscape covered in dense forest and home to brown bear, wild boar and wolves.

Today you can drive and visit the Highland Zoo and see these and many other native animal's that in the past would be out in the hills and Glens's