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About Kiltarlity Lodges
You need to travel and read more if you have never heard of Loch Ness and the story of Nessie, the giant monster. If you have heard about Loch Ness, then you must be itching to visit this historic site that has been the base of so many a Scottish fairy tales. And there is no better place to stay when doing this than the Kiltarlity Lodges, located just 15 minutes’ away on a serene hillside.
The Kiltarlity lodges are a hub of sorts. It is surrounded by so many attractions that guests have a hard time trying to decide which to visit first. Among the attractions that you can’t miss during your stay here include; Loch Ness, Ben Nevis, the Isle of Skye, Eilean Donan Castle, Cairngorm Mountain and John O’ Groats. Whatever else you do, make sure that staying in Kiltarlity Lodges in Beauly is on your bucket list.
What to Expect;
- Satellite TV
- Outdoor hot tub
- Disability access in some lodges
- No smoking
- Pets allowed
- Kitchen with microwave
- Beds with duvets and linens
- Cots and highchairs available at an added fee
- 2- and 3-bedroom wooden lodges
- Tens of nearby attractions
Kiltarlity Lodges Facilities:
The Log Cabins
The wooden lodges are comfy, cosy, and a perfect family holiday base. With outdoor hot tubs and a indoor heated pools for cold seasons, the lodges make you feel guilty that you have been denying yourself such pleasure.
There are a total of 12 log cabins at Kiltarlity. They all have a veranda with outdoor furniture. If you own a pet, you would also be happy to know that Kiltarlity Lodges is a pet-friendly destination. Although it will cost you a little bit more, it is well-worth it. You won’t have to leave your cherished pet in the kennels.
Dramatic scenery and historical sites aside, you will need to eat great food. Otherwise, your holiday break will not be all that great. You can either cook your own food or have someone else do that for you. While making food in the lodges using local produce should be one of your holiday experiences, you should also consider eating out. This gives you a chance to sample delicious dishes served locally. Below are some of the most celebrated restaurants nearby;
- Culloden House Restaurant – This restaurant is located in Culloden, about 13.6 miles from the Kiltarlity Lodges. It introduces you to the Scottish fare. On its menu, you will find Scottish delicacies such as smoked salmon and haggis. Even former UK’s Prime Minister Tony Blair could not help but come here twice.
- Rocpool Restaurant – This restaurant is located in Inverness about 10.1 miles from Kiltarlity Lodges. It overlooks a meandering river and is ideal for an awesome dinner.
Local Attractions (All within a 20-mile radius)
The Kiltarlity Lodges are a hub to explore the attractions in Beauly and the surrounding counties. And they are plenty. Your break can never be complete without venturing out and cycling in the woods, picnicking in the gardens, taking pictures of historic monuments and mingling with the locals. Below are the categories of various attractions nearby. Make sure you visit at least 70% of them.
- Historical Attractions – Fort George, Clava Cairns, Inverness Museum & Art Gallery, Dingwall Museum, Urquhart Castle, Highland Museum Of Childhood, Loch Ness Visitor Centre, Groam House Museum, and Strathpeffer Pump Room.
- Great Sporting Facilities – The nearest sporting facility is the Boots n Paddles in Kirkhill. Popular holiday activities here include; snowboarding, cross-country skiing, canoeing, winter mountaineering, rock climbing, weaselling, abseiling, archery, canyoning, hill walking and many more.
- Where to Go for a Great Day Out – WDCS Dolphin & Seal Centre, The Official Loch Ness Exhibition Centre, Culloden Moor Visitors Centre, and Inverness Dolphin Cruises.
- Beautiful Gardens to Visit – Ben Wyvis National Nature Reserve and Inverness Floral Hall.
- Great Locations to Walk and Cycle – Ben Mor Coigach and Inverfarigaig – Foyers – Loch Ness – Inverfarigaig Trail.
- Other Attractions – Tomatin Distillery, James Pringle Weavers of Inverness, Highland Wineries and Tore Art Gallery