Loch Loyal is a freshwater Scottish loch, located near Lairg in Sutherland and ranges about four miles long, about half a mile wide, and drops to a depth of 200ft.
The Loch flows north through Loch Craggie and Loch Slaim into the River Borgie. Loch Loyal is surrounded by mountain ranges that include Beinn Stumanadh, Ben Hiel, and Cnoc nan Cuilean. The town of Tongue is close to Loch Loyal.
This is a large expanse of water, best fished from the hotel boat permanently moored there, which enables guests to explore the more inaccessible banks, islands and bays. It is primarily a brown trout loch although the odd salmon and sea trout have been caught here. In the past, Loch Loyal has also produced a good number of Ferox from its depths.