Kiltarlity Lodges, Inverness-shire
On a tranquil hillside, just 15 minutes from Loch Ness, Kiltarlity Lodges is the perfect base for exploring the entire Highlands. The Isle of Skye, Cairngorm Mountain, Ben Nevis, Eilean Donan Castle and even John o’ Groats can all be reached on day trips.
With the home of the Loch Ness Monster practically on your doorstep and shops, pubs and restaurants within a short drive, Kiltarlity Lodges is hard to beat.
Make the most of the facilities on site including our tennis court and children’s play area.
Kiltarlity Lodges offer cosy and comfortable lodges nestled among silver birch trees sleeping 2, 4 and 6, some with private hot tubs. These rustic style lodges are perfect for family and friends alike looking to explore the Scottish Highlands. All of our lodges are also dog friendly so you don’t have to leave your best friends at home!
We are on the A833, 13 miles from Inverness and 6 miles from Beauly.
From the south or east – leave Inverness on the A862 travelling towards Beauly. About two miles before Beauly, turn left on to the A833, signposted for Kiltarlity and Drumnadrochit; the Lodges are about four miles along this road on the left hand side; there is a sign saying Kiltarlity Lodges. (Do not turn off to the right into Kiltarlity village).
Alternatively, if you do not wish to go through Inverness, you may remain on the A9 across the Kessock Bridge to the Tore roundabout; take the first exit from the roundabout on to the A832 signposted for Muir of Ord. Just before Muir of Ord turn off to your left on to the B9169 signposted for Beauly. Turn left on to the A862 and drive southwards through Beauly. About two miles south of Beauly turn right on to the A833, signposted for Drumnadrochit, and proceed as above.
From the north or north-west – follow directions from Beauly as above.
From the south-west up the A82 – turn left at Drumnadrochit on to the A831 (signposted for Cannich), then after about a mile turn right on to the A833, signposted for Beauly. The chalet park is on your right after about seven miles.
If you are flying to Dalcross, the airport for Inverness, and hiring a car from there, you will be approaching Inverness from the east and should follow the directions in the first two paragraphs above.