Eagle Brae’s stunning Scottish Highland location is 13 miles west of Beauly, around 20 miles west of Inverness, and about 30 miles from Inverness Airport. Frequent trains travel to Inverness from both Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as from London, including the Caledonian Sleeper service from Euston.
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Reaching Eagle Brae Highland Holidays
Domestic airlines run regular flights to Inverness. Currently, the following airlines fly to Inverness from the following destinations:
The nearest rail station is Beauly. Frequent trains travel to Inverness from both Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as from London, including the Caledonian Sleeper service from Euston. Regular trains run from Inverness to Beauly. In Scotland there is one main rail operator; Scotrail. Their timetables and prices can be found via the links to the bottom of the page. Hire cars can be delivered to Inverness Station by main hire companies such as Budget (tel 01463 713333) or Focus (tel 01463 709517).
The area lends itself to off road and touring cycling with quiet single track roads and miles of estate and forestry tracks. Trains to Inverness and Beauly can carry bikes but booking is essential.
Bus transport to Eagle Brae is very limited. However there is a good bus network from Inverness that provides frequent and comfortable travel north, south east and west. The main bus provider in the highlands is Stagecoach, with the 28 and 28A serving Beauly. A local company Ross’s Minibuses provides a limited service to Struy (route No. 308) – 2 miles from Eagle Brae.
You can approach from the south via Inverness or from the west via Drumnadrochit and Cannich. We have a fairly steep driveway up to the cabins so we have designed a winter parking area at the bottom should any spells of significant snowfall prevent guests from accessing the site using their own vehicle. In such an event, an Eagle Brae all-terrain vehicle will take you and your baggage up to your log home.