Beauly is the first stop on the North Highland line, 15 minutes from Inverness. And from here you can take a train to Kyle of Lochalsh in the West or Wick and Thurso in the North.
Beauly itself is a traditional Highland village with lots of interesting, independently owned shops. We still have a butcher and a baker. And while we don’t have a candlestickmaker, we boast a beautiful antique shop with a host of silver candlesticks, as well as a well-stocked hardware emporium which sells candles of all shapes and sizes.
Beauly’s a great place to use as a base for touring and lies on the North Coast 500. But there’s plenty to do in the village itself. The ruins of the Priory are well worth a visit and there are various walks around the village and along the River.
The old station has been a house and office for many years. The new station – on the other side of the line – is a short walk away, across the road bridge.
We are delighted to welcome visitors back to the Beauly Station from 15th July. We have reviewed our COVID safe procedures and completed the necessary work to be awarded the “We’re Good To Go” accreditation.
“We’re Good To Go” is the official UK mark to signal that a tourism and hospitality business has worked hard to follow Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.
We have two self-contained apartments available for visitors.
Lord Lovat’s Waiting Room has a sitting room, a large bedroom, shower room and a small kitchenette area with a fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster.
The Stationmaster’s House on the upper floor has three bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen, including a washing machine.