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In The Highlands of Scotland

Kilcoy Chalets are located amidst the dramatic scenery of the Scottish Highlands, a place where you can get away from the crowds. Remote hills where you can gaze over idyllic loch-side settings, blue-hazed mountains with heather-clad foothills, peat brown rivers and sea lochs with rocky shores.

The Highlands have their own unique culture and heritage, fashioned over centuries. From Picts and Vikings through the full spectrum of great clan battles, legends, tragedies, murders-most-foul, and great loves and romances.

Kilcoy Chalets is an ideal base for exploring. Evocative Culloden Battlefield isn't far - where Bonnie Prince Charlie's gallant men were defeated in the last pitched battle on British soil in 1745. Loch Ness, a magnificently beautiful 24- mile stretch of water, legendary home of 'Nessie', is very close at hand.

Equally entrancing is the scenic route to Skye, travelling along many single track roads, past some of the oldest hills and mountains in the world, seeing nature at its grandest. The Highlands have been described as the last wilderness and contain many areas of unspoiled beauty where rare birds and a wide variety of wildlife roam free.

There are many fascinating towns and quaint villages - Inverness the capital of the Highlands is a modern city where shopping, entertainment and sports facilities contrast with history and legend. There's golf and fishing, shooting and stalking, watersports and walking. Day after day, so many different experiences! Why not visit a distillery Glen Ord Distillery is only 10 minutes drive from Kilcoy Chalets. A fascinating insight into how we make our famous Scotch Whisky. Stroll around an ancient castle, you can feel the history in the towers and dungeons. Clan Heritage Centres give you the chance to discover your Scottish Heritage. Savour the wealth of history.

Whether you've lived in Scotland all your life or are looking forward to your first visit, the Highlands of Scotland is full of surprises.



The Highlands of Scotland is a beautiful part of the world to visit - no matter what time of year.

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See links below for places to visit and things to see and do.


Visit Inverness

Culloden Battlefield

Mountain Biking - Forestry Trails

Loch Ness Cruises

Visit Beauly

Urquart Castle


Glenmorangie Whisky Distillery

Moray Firth Dolphins

Black Isle Walks

Fort William

Inverewe gardens

Visit Newtonmore


Ironworks Venue Inverness

Eden Court Theatre

Cairngorm Mountain Activites

Cawdor Castle

Dunrobin Castle

Clan Heritage Centres

Inverness Leisure Centre

Loch Ness Visitors Centre

Local Restaurants & Pubs