Nestling on a wooded hillside, 13 miles from the Highland capital of Inverness, Kiltarlity Lodges enjoys scenic views over farmland and mountains.
At Kiltarlity Lodges we have a number of on-site activities provided free of charge to our guests:
- Heated indoor swimming pool
(Open April to October)
- Tennis court
- Childrens play area
If you enjoy life in the great outdoors then Kiltarlity self catering lodges are ideally placed to let you take advantage of the many activities in the surrounding area. For the hillwalker the Glens of Affric, Cannich & Strathfarrar are close to hand with their arrays of mountain ridges and wild corries. To the north Ben Wyvis and the Fannaich range are still only a short drive away.
For those who seek less strenuous walks, a number of forest trails and river walks are avialable. Bodies such as the Forestry Commission and the Highland Council have published leaflets suggesting walks around the area. For those who prefer to get about on two wheels there is an extensive network of forest trails for mountain-bikers. Cycles can be stored securely on the lodge verandas, and cycle hire is available locally, see www.tickettoridehighlands.co.uk.
The Rivers Beauly, Glass and Farrar are renowned for their salmon while there is excellent trout fishing in lochs in the nearby Glens. We recommend you visit the Sports and Model Shop for your fishing requirements. Pony-trekking is available locally and a nine hole golf course is at nearby Aigas. If you would like further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
Blaziní Fiddles host the 13th Blazin' in Beauly from 12th till 19th October 2013. The annual Beauly festival of fiddle music, this year with many more events, see www.blazininbeauly.com for information. We have a special offer of accommodation for anyone attending the festival: £299 for the whole week, or £225 for a short break of up to four nights.
Boots N Paddles www.boots-n-paddles.co.uk) is or our outdoor activity partner based in Inverness . They provide activities from canoeing to abseiling, archery to WOW balling and much more. They aim to help you to discover the fantastic Scottish outdoors in a fun, safe and active way. No prior experience or training is typically needed and they will provide all the equipment you need.