Visitor Attractions

Beauly is an ideal location for those wishing to tour the Highlands.

Nearby things to do

Inverness CastleInverness

It is only 15 miles from Inverness with its shopping centre, Castle, Culloden Battlefield, Eden Court Theatre, many restaurants and bars

We are only 10 miles from the market town of Dingwall which offers a more traditional town centre.

Ullapool and the rest of the West Coast

You can travel west to the fishing town of Ullapool or further afield to the acclaimed Inverewe gardens in around 90 minutes.

Highland deerHeading North

Go north to Dornoch to its beautiful beach and cathedral or Golspie and visit Dunrobin Castle all around one hour's drive from Struan Lodge.

Rosemarkie BeachHeading East

Closer to home there is the Black Isle where you can go to Chanonry Point in Fortrose and watch the bottle nosed dolphins.

There are many other visitor attractions in the locality :- The Victorian Market's UNIQUE range of shops are the perfect places to obtain the ultimate gift for a friend or loved one. The Floral Hall, Gardens and Cafe is a unique visitor attraction that offers a tranquil break amidst beautiful floral displays. Explore Scottish history and discover how the highlands are linked with the rest of the world. Somewhere special for dinner. The Cairngorms National Park in Scotland occupies a vast area that is filled with inspiring scenery, abundant wildlife and a multitude of recreational Cairngorms outdoor activities for all ages. The central location of Loch Ness makes it the perfect destination for holidays in the Scottish Highlands. At the loch itself, of course, there's always a chance to glimpse 'Nessie', the world-famous Loch Ness Monster. Blazin’ in Beauly was started by the band Blazin’ Fiddles in the historic village of Beauly, 15 miles west of Inverness. What to see in the area. Culloden Battlefield

Struan Lodge is a Canadian style self catering lodge built on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Beauly in Scotland. If you are looking for good quality accommodation in a rural setting in the North of Scotland you've found it. Our self-catering accommodation is on the NC500 route and is a perfect base for those looking to explore the historic North East of Scotland.