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Kirkhill is village on the south shore of the Beauly Firth. On a hill above stands Wardlaw Chapel, the burial place of the Frasers of Lovat until 1815. This was tile church of the Rev. James Fraser, author of the Wardlaw Manuscript an account of the Frasers and local life in the 17th cent.

A small but bustling hamlet, Kirkhill is full of life. Its rural environs are rich in history and plentiful in wildlife, with spectacular views and excellent woodland walks and cycle trails located in and around the village. Kirkhill has basic village facilities such as a primary school, a hairdresser, and a church in addition to its rural setting.

Secondary education is offered at Charleston Academy, which is located in Inverness, and transport to and from the school is provided.

Because there are so many beautiful trails and backroads in the surrounding area, this site is perfect for hikers and cyclists both.

The village is located approximately 13 kilometres to the west of the city of Inverness, which is known as the capital of the Highlands. If you choose to stay in Inverness, you can choose to stay in a luxury hotel or a spa hotel that provides a variety of entertainment and hospitality options as well as a range of amenities to accommodate a variety of budgets

Along the Beauly Firth and beyond, throughout the Highlands and Islands, you will find an abundance of choices for outdoor leisure in this area.

There is a consistent bus service that runs into both Beauly and Inverness.

The highland capital of Inverness is only a short drive away and offers a vast selection of shopping, leisure, business, and recreational activities associated with city living. Additionally, Inverness has excellent travel connections by road, rail, and air to national and international destinations.

After climbing to the top of Ben Macdui and touring the Highland Wildlife Park, why not drive out of the park and visit Nairn for a coastal outing with the many coastal villages to visit along the way and to Speyside, the home of the whisky country? If you continue your journey, you will find the picturesque town of Aviemore, which is a place with ample access to mountain trails and ski runs. Before you climb Ben Macdui, you can tour the Highland Wildlife Park.

Find the Muir of Ord Golf Course, the banks of the Moray Firth, and the breathtaking Chanonry Point; while you're there, keep an eye out for dolphins, seals, and other forms of wild life.

Spend the night in a cosy cottage or a log cabin that has been lovingly repaired. Set in a tranquil, rural location and surrounded by green fields, Muir of Ord is located on the North Coast 500 route. Here, you can take a guided tour through the Glen Ord of Singleton Distillery or participate in a game at the local golf club. Alternatively, why not go for an adventure on one of the trail's through the vast Clash Wood, or the Black Isle, which provides the ideal opportunity to experience the countryside and the coast? For guests, the Black Isle provides the ideal

Travel to Strathpeffer to see the wonderful Spa Golf Club, the Highlands Museum of Childhood, and the thriving nature of the RSPB wild life reserve. All of these attractions may be found in the same location.

Follow the road out of the village of Drumnadrochit to the ruins of the 16th century Urquhart Castle which overlooks the loch. In the 1300s, the castle played a prominent role in the Jacobite rebellion and the struggle for independence, which is a bloody and important part of Scottish history that was played out at this location.

  • Kirkhill Latitude: 57.475843 Longitude: -4.413941
  • Kirkhill Postcode IV5
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