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Explore the Area

For more information about the local area and Inverness please visit the Visit Scotland website by clicking on the logo below.

Local

The town of Beauly is 4.5 miles from Moalnaceap Holiday Cottage and has excellent shopping with gift, craft and coffee shops. You will also find a large supermarket and a petrol station here (selling wood and coal).

Eating Out

Beauly and the surrounding area is host to a good number of pubs and restaurants serving food to meet a range of tastes and budgets. We recommend you visit the Lovat Arms in Beauly for great food and a good selection of whiskies. We would be interested to hear your recommendations to add to this page.

Walking

For those keen to walk and enjoy the stunning countryside, the area is full of walks for all abilities. The stunning Glens of Affric and Strathfarrar are a short drive to get to. Alternatively the Aigas Community owned woodland is right on your doorstep. You can explore the paths from the cottage or those that aren’t feeling quite so adventurous can start at the official carpark where routes are clearly marked – aigasforest.org.uk

Stargazing

The cottage is ideally suited for stargazing, due to no light pollution. We have been lucky enough to observe the Aurora Borealis (the Northern Lights) from just outside the back door! “We were lucky enough to gaze at the milky way and shooting stars.” Joanne R, November 2021

Canoeing

The Beauly River is a wonderful place to canoe, whether you are experienced or trying it for the first time. There are many businesses in the area that hire both canoes and safety equipment.

Golf

Nearby Aigas 9 hole golf course has a wonderful setting and being so close you could pop down for 9 holes after breakfast and still have the whole afternoon for other activities in the area. Visitors are welcome, however, booking is advisable on weekends.

Further Afield

Inverness, Loch Ness, Fort William, Isle of Skye, John O’Groats – All accessible on a day trip.

Fishing

The River Beauly is one of the best Scottish salmon rivers. There are local companies offering tuition for the keen angler or permits can be purchased for local fly fishing from Morison’s Ironmongers in Beauly.

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Moalnaceap Holiday

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Explore the Area

For more information about the local area and Inverness please visit the Visit Scotland website by clicking on the logo below.

Local

The town of Beauly is 4.5 miles from Moalnaceap Holiday Cottage and has excellent shopping with gift, craft and coffee shops. You will also find a large supermarket and a petrol station here (selling wood and coal).

Eating Out

Beauly and the surrounding area is host to a good number of pubs and restaurants serving food to meet a range of tastes and budgets. We recommend you visit the Lovat Arms in Beauly for great food and a good selection of whiskies. We would be interested to hear your recommendations to add to this page.

Walking

For those keen to walk and enjoy the stunning countryside, the area is full of walks for all abilities. The stunning Glens of Affric and Strathfarrar are a short drive to get to. Alternatively the Aigas Community owned woodland is right on your doorstep. You can explore the paths from the cottage or those that aren’t feeling quite so adventurous can start at the official carpark where routes are clearly marked – aigasforest.org.uk

Stargazing

The cottage is ideally suited for stargazing, due to no light pollution. We have been lucky enough to observe the Aurora Borealis (the Northern Lights) from just outside the back door! “We were lucky enough to gaze at the milky way and shooting stars.” Joanne R, November 2021

Canoeing

The Beauly River is a wonderful place to canoe, whether you are experienced or trying it for the first time. There are many businesses in the area that hire both canoes and safety equipment.

Golf

Nearby Aigas 9 hole golf course has a wonderful setting and being so close you could pop down for 9 holes after breakfast and still have the whole afternoon for other activities in the area. Visitors are welcome, however, booking is advisable on weekends.

Further Afield

Inverness, Loch Ness, Fort William, Isle of Skye, John O’Groats – All accessible on a day trip.

Fishing

The River Beauly is one of the best Scottish salmon rivers. There are local companies offering tuition for the keen angler or permits can be purchased for local fly fishing from Morison’s Ironmongers in Beauly.