A charming self-contained cottage style apartment, part of which was formerly Lord Lovat’s private waiting room in the old Station. With its own front door, a large double bedroom and a sitting room (with wood burning stove) it is an ideal retreat for a quiet weekend or those wanting to explore the Highlands.
It also has a bathroom, with a lovely shower, and a small kitchenette with fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster.
Each room has a radiator which runs on the same system as the owners’ apartment. There is an additional electric panel radiator in the sitting room, as well as a wood burning stove.
The apartment is just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of the village and a few hundred metres from a small supermarket.
There is a TV and DVD player with a selection of DVDs, as well as books and games.
Trains still run from the new station nearby so you hear them occasionally.
There is free parking beside the building.
From the A9, Beauly is signposted from the Tore Roundabout 7 miles north of Inverness.
From the A82, there is a shortcut across the hill from Drumnadrochit which is signposted on the left as you head out of Drumnadrochit going north.
Beauly Railway Station is on the Highland Line from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh in the west and Wick/Thurso in the North. Beauly is the first stop, 15 minutes from Inverness.
There is a frequent Scotrail train service to Inverness from both Edinburgh and Glasgow. There is a daily train service from London, run by LNER, and also the Caledonian Sleeper train from London.
There is a regular bus service to and from both Inverness and Dingwall. There are bus services to Inverness from Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Our nearest airport is at Inverness and is served by Easyjet, British Airways, Loganair and Flybe. There are regular flights to and from various London airports. It is approximately 45 minutes away in a taxi. Alternatively, you can take a bus or taxi to Inverness and continue your journey by train or bus from there.