The Highlands of Scotland

 

We Are Located in Ross-Shire on the Black Isle Peninsula

 

 

Kilcoy Chalets are situated close to many of the beauty spots and attractions of the Highlands. Our clear Highland air will relax you while enjoying our stunning Highland scenery all around.

The Highlands many attractions and scenic areas are just minutes away, and Kilcoy is perfectly located to reach them conveniently. Loch Ness is only a half-hour drive from our lodges at Kilcoy.

How to get here by Car


The A82 (Glasgow - Fort William) and the A9 (Stirling - Inverness - Thurso) are the two main routes to and from the Highlands


DIRECTIONS

PLEASE NOTE THAT SAT-NAV IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR GUIDANCE TO KILCOY CHALETS AS THE

POSTCODE AREA IV6 7SF COVERS A LARGE AREA. INSTEAD PLEASE USE THE LONG. AND LAT. POINTS BELOW OR USE THE DIRECTIONS FOR ACCURACY

LAT. 57.534683

LONG. -4.364147

Kilcoy Chalets are situated 7 miles north of Inverness. On leaving Inverness follow the A9 north to Tore, at the roundabout take the A835 (Ullapool road) for approximately one mile.

Kilcoy is sign-posted on the left hand side and the chalets are situated approximately one quarter of a mile along the single-track road.

 

 

How to get here by Train
Daily services by Scotrail connect the Highlands with Glasgow, Edinburgh and all major UK cities. Sleeper services are available to Inverness, Aviemore and Fort William. GNER also provide a rail link between Edinburgh and Inverness. Car hire is available by Focus Vehicle Rental they can supply New and Used Vehicles - and have a rental desk conveniently situated in Inverness Airport.

How to get here by Coach
Several coach operators (e.g. Citylink and National Express) offer quick and efficient transport from many English and Scottish cities to the Highlands.

How to get here by Ferry
Ferry services to and from the Hebrides are run by Caledonian MacBrayne who sail to 23 islands. Most ferries carry vehicles and some require advance booking, especially during peak times. Car Ferry services to the Northern Isles of Orkney and Shetland are run by North Link Ferries. There is also a pedestrian ferry between John O'Groats and Orkney.

How to get here by Air
International flights arrive at Glasgow, Edinburgh and London Airports. Connecting flights are available to Inverness and Wick. British Airways offers a regular shuttle service from London to Scotland and flights are also widely available from English regional airports. Easyjet also offer regional travel.


 

The Highlands of Scotland is a beautiful part of the world to visit no matter what time of Year. Visit our lodges soon!