One floor up, it has a large bedroom, sitting room (with integrated mini-kitchen) and large shower-room.
The kitchen has two rings, a microwave, sink and fridge with ice box. There is a kettle with tea and coffee making facilities. The apartment has a smart TV, hairdryer, electric heating (all electricity in the Highlands comes from renewable sources). We also have a selection of books and games.
An iron and ironing board are available on request.
Beauly itself is a traditional Highland village with lots of interesting, independently owned shops. We have a butcher and a baker, as well as a laundrette, chemist, post office and doctor’s surgery.
It’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.
It 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.
How to find the Downright Gabbler
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.