Inverness-shireView from the summit of Ben Nevis
The county of Inverness-shire is ill-defined by its postcode that stretches as far as Skye. This is an historic situation that came about from the use of the Inverness to Kyle train to deliver post. Since most of the regions to the North and West define themselves as seperate regions, Inverness-shire is best defined as the area centered on Beauly to the West of Inverness city bordered by Ross-shire and the Black Isle to the North.
In addition to the attractions linked below, Private House Stays recommends the following for your consideration: The Aigas Dam &amp; Fish Lift (in conjunction with the significant wild-flower locations on the Aigas Nature trail), Dog Falls, The Falls of Divach, The Reelig Glen Forest Walk and The Glen Affric River Walk and National Nature Reserve.
There are a couple of nice heritage sites in the area of Inverness-shire to the West of Inverness city: St Ignatious Well, The ruined Beauly Priory and The Corrimony Chambered Cairn
There is some beautiful countryside to explore in this corner of Inverness-shire and the town of Beauly has nice shops and cafes in which to relax. The Highland Winery at Moniack castle is also a welcoming place and the Kilmorack Art Gallery in The Old Kilmorack Church, near Beauly is also recommended.
The house, in its own six acres of land, is only 4 miles from Inverness on the Black Isle but is located in an isolated area of superb countryside. - Find out more
Beach Cottage B&B
Beach Cottage B&B is an idyllic new bed and breakfast in Inverness located on the shores of the Moray Firth offering accommodation with stunning sea views. - Find out more