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Tel code: 01456 | code search
Postcode: IV47 | code search
Population: 1160
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Tartan Heart Festival

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Blazin' In Beauly
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Beauly is a large village in the Highlands of Scotland situated at the mouth of the River Beauly, 12 miles west of Inverness. The village grew around Beauly Priory built in 1230 by Valliscaulian monks from Burgundy. The ruins of the priory stand at the eastern corner of the main square. It is though the French Monks may have made wine here and tradition continues 4 mile west at the Moniak Castle Winery. Beauly comes from the French for ‘beautiful place’ as the name suggests Beauly is set in beautiful surroundings with wooded hills and fertile farmland. Beauly’s most famous visitor was Mary Queen of Scots who stayed at the priory in 1564. The village was laid out by Baron Lovat in the 1840’s with mainly red-stone buildings. Beauly has good quality shopping with crafts, boutiques and antique shops, supermarkets, post office, restaurants and bars. Beauly is a popular tourist resort with hotels and a selection of holiday accommodation, regular ceilidhs, summer Highland Games, festivals, galas and shows. Nearby attraction include three of Scotlands finest Glens; Glen Affric, Glen Cannich and Strathfarrer all have a variety of activities from nature-watching, walking, cycling, pony-trekking, canoeing, fishing and shooting. At Muir of Ord 3 mile south are an 18-hole golf course and the Glen Ord Distillery with visitor centre and guided tours.

Attraction

Beauly Priory

Cottage

Beagan Bothan
Duffs Lodge
Ivy Hatch
Kennels Cottage
Mercy Cottage
Oak Cottage
Riyadh

Doctor

Croyerd Road Surgery

Holiday Park

Glen Affric Park
Kiltarlity Lodges
Tomich Holiday Lodges

Restaurant

Beauly Tandoori
Glass (The)
Priory Hotel
Slated Arms
The Lovat

School

Beauly Primary School

Taxi

Beauly Taxis And Coach Hire
Thistle Taxis

Shops

Highland Liliums
Campbell and Co
Fraser Optical/Visualeyes Mobile Opticians
Robertsons The Larder Tomich Farm Shop

Activities

Aigas Field Centre(Outdoor Pursuits)
Highland Trekking & Trail Riding(Riding)

Places to Stay near Beauly

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The Lovat (0.02 miles)

The Lovat

This hotel offers a home away from home in the heart of the magnificent Scottish Highlands.

Just a 20 minute drive from Inverness, set within historic Beauly, the Lovat is ideally located for fishing, walking, bird ... More | visit website

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Priory Hotel (0.08 miles)

Priory Hotel

All our rooms come with all the features that will make your stay a real treat. The attitude of total flexibility at the Priory is one of its great features - early check-in, late check-out, ... More | visit website

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Springburn Lodge (1.10 miles)

Springburn Lodge
There is always a friendly welcolme ;you can choose your accommodation style whether you prefer modern or traditional .Springburn Lodge is a modern lodge built 2005 with luxury rooms; all rooms have TV ;DVD ... More | visit website
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Hillview Park (1.48 miles)

Hillview Park
Hillview park would like to welcome you to our friendly family run bed and breakfast accommodation just 12 miles from Inverness the capital of the Highlands. We are a modern bungalow with spacious comfortable en-suite ... More | visit website
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Ord Arms (2.55 miles)

Ord Arms
The Ord Arms is a self classified 8 bedroomed, 2* family run hotel offering a friendly, relaxed atmosphere to all our guests including facilities such as a wifi, flat screen televisions showing Sky channels. All ... More | visit website
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Old North Inn (2.86 miles)

Old North Inn

Small comfortable country inn only 7 miles from Inverness Centre and 15 minutes from Loch Ness.Award winning pub food.

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Dower House (3.17 miles)

Dower House

Recently awarded Good Hotel Guide "Best Guest House Cesar award 2008". A small hotel situated in 5 acres of lovely gardens. Interesting menu and wine list as recommended by all leading guide books. Ideal for touring ... More | visit website

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Brockies Lodge Hotel (3.24 miles)

Brockie's Lodge Hotel is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy Highland hospitality. Welcome to Brockies Lodge Hotel. We are situated just 15 minutes from Inverness City Centre and only 15 minutes from Loch Ness.

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Carndaisy House (4.15 miles)

Carndaisy House

Carndaisy House is family run guest house accommodation set in spectacular countryside near Inverness. On arrival at our B&B in the Highlands, you are assured of a warm welcome. Our guesthouse offers excellent bed and ... More | visit website

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Fairburn Lodge (5.49 miles)

Fairburn Lodge

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Set in marvellous woodland, Fairburn Lodge (and Activity Centre) overlooks the beautiful and tranquil Strathconon Glen, only 30 minutes from Inverness. Located within the grounds of Fairburn House, Fairburn Lodge (and Activity ... More

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