You don’t have to be Alex Salmond to appreciate how beautiful Scotland is.
Elect today’s Big Deal on a 2 night stay at Kiltarlity Lodges and win yourself a landslide victory for relaxation.
Nestling on a wooded hillside, just thirteen miles from Inverness, the cosy Kiltarlity Lodges enjoy breathtaking views of the Highlands.
Surrounded by silver birches, the rustic lodges are just a quarter of an hour’s drive from Loch Ness and there are plenty of opportunities for hill walking, winter sports and wildlife-watching in the surrounding area.
2 night break
The offer is for up to four people to spend two consecutive nights in a two bedroom lodge at Kiltarlity by Beauly.
Comprising a double and a twin bedroom, the timber lodges feature an open-plan lounge with dining-table and colour television; a well equipped kitchen with conventional cooker and microwave, and a shower room.
Bed linen is provided, and beds are made up ready for your arrival. Towels can also be provided on request, at a small additional charge.
All heating is electric (paid for by card meter), with wood effect stoves and storage heaters in the living-rooms and wall-mounted electric heaters in the bedrooms.
Extra nights are available at £30 per night, payable directly to the lodges on booking.
There is also the option to upgrade to a three bed lodge, sleeping up to six people, for an extra £30, payable directly to the lodges on booking.
WiFi is available for guests (please ask at reception) and there is also a games room plus a tennis court and small children’s play area.
See & do
Speyside’s world famous distilleries are a short drive away and there is no shortage of romantic castles; informative museums and enticing craft shops in the area.
There is an abundance of wildlife in the area, from migrating wild geese flying overhead with their haunting calls, to red squirrels, badgers, pine martens, red and roe deer and dolphins.
You are not far from the Glen Affric National Nature Reserve, where you may, if you are lucky, see a Golden Eagle soaring above the Caledonian pine forest.
After a walk in the hills or in the forest, you can relax in your well-equipped lodge or enjoy a good meal, music and craic in nearby pubs.