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Scotland Highland Cottage FAQs

Travel options to Scotland Highland Cottage By Car: The two main driving routes to Scotland from the south are via the east of England on the A1, or via the west using the M6, A74(M) and M74. As you travel into Scotland look out for scenic driving routes that include plenty of great attractions to stop off at. By Train: Direct train services from London and are easily reached from other main English towns and cities. Overnight sleeper services from London Euston, via the West Coast route. By Coach: National Express and Megabus By Plane: Flying to Inverness is well served by carriers such as British Airways and easyjet. Car Hire is picked up directly outside the airport – rentalcars.com
We hope these pages have answered all the questions you have, we have tried to summarise them on this page, but if you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to email us.
Q: Is there parking available? A: Yes, there is off road parking next to the cottage for several cars. Q: Are services included? A: Yes, electricity / Wi-Fi Q: Are pets allowed? A: Yes, although due to the size of Moalnaceap Cottage we would recommend that this is limited to one dog (or two dogs if they are small!) £20.00/per pet Q: Are linen and towels included in the rental prices? A: Yes
DIRECTIONS - IV4 7AD (Note: If using SATNAV it navigates to the Aigas Golf Course. You will then have gone too far) These directions are from Beauly Town. If approaching from other directions please adjust accordingly. From Beauly Town, take the A862 signposted Aigas Golf Course. Continue along this road for approximately 7km until you see a sign on the left next to a large layby saying Crask of Aigas. The turning you need is on the right immediately opposite this sign. Follow the partly unmade road up the hill for approximately three quarters of a mile. Continue up the hill as far as it goes, until you see Moalnaceap Cottage with its bright yellow front door.

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Travel options to Scotland Highland Cottage By Car: The two main driving routes to Scotland from the south are via the east of England on the A1, or via the west using the M6, A74(M) and M74. As you travel into Scotland look out for scenic driving routes that include plenty of great attractions to stop off at. By Train: Direct train services from London and are easily reached from other main English towns and cities. Overnight sleeper services from London Euston, via the West Coast route. By Coach: National Express and Megabus By Plane: Flying to Inverness is well served by carriers such as British Airways and easyjet. Car Hire is picked up directly outside the airport – rentalcars.com
We hope these pages have answered all the questions you have, we have tried to summarise them on this page, but if you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to email us.
Q: Is there parking available? A: Yes, there is off road parking next to the cottage for several cars. Q: Are services included? A: Yes, electricity / Wi-Fi Q: Are pets allowed? A: Yes, although due to the size of Moalnaceap Cottage we would recommend that this is limited to one dog (or two dogs if they are small!) £20.00/per pet Q: Are linen and towels included in the rental prices? A: Yes
DIRECTIONS - IV4 7AD (Note: If using SATNAV it navigates to the Aigas Golf Course. You will then have gone too far) These directions are from Beauly Town. If approaching from other directions please adjust accordingly. From Beauly Town, take the A862 signposted Aigas Golf Course. Continue along this road for approximately 7km until you see a sign on the left next to a large layby saying Crask of Aigas. The turning you need is on the right immediately opposite this sign. Follow the partly unmade road up the hill for approximately three quarters of a mile. Continue up the hill as far as it goes, until you see Moalnaceap Cottage with its bright yellow front door.