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Cawdor Castle

Cawdor Castle is a 14th Century Castle closely connected with the great work of Shakespeare, Macbeth. The Castle has tapestries, paintings and a fine collection of furniture on the interior as well as beautiful grounds and gardens. Around the grounds, there is a shop, nature trails and a nine-hole golf course.

Approx 10 minutes from the Lodges


Culloden Battlefield

Culloden Battlefield is the scene of the last battle fought on British soil. In 1746 Bonnie Prince Charlie was defeated by the Duke of Cumberland at this site on the high ground above Inverness. The battlefield has an exhibition area, audiovisual show and tearoom. Walk around the Battlefield and see the positions of the Armies. operated and cared for by The National Trust for Scotland. 

Approx 15 mins from Lodges.



Brodie Castle

Run by the National Trust for Scotland Brodie Castle is the ancient seat of the Brodie Family. Exhibits exist of fine furniture, porcelain and a collection of paintings. The beautiful gardens and grounds are open all year to visitors.

Approx 15 mins from the Lodges


Fort George

An impressive military fortress built after the Battle of Culloden. Fort George is located on the very edge of the Moray Firth. Cared for by Historic Scotland, this fortress is an outstanding example of defensive military design. A walk around the ramparts is almost 1 mile! The fortress contains a Regimental Museum and display of 18th Century military life as well as a coffee shop.

Approx 20 minutes from Lodges.


Inverness Museum and Art Gallery

The Inverness Museum and Art Gallery have exhibits of Highland Heritage on display including exhibitions of archaeology, art, natural and local history.

Approx 25 mins from Lodges.


Inverness Cathedral Church of St Andrew

Built in 1866 the Inverness Cathedral Church of St Andrew is a striking building on the river Ness in central Inverness. The Cathedral began as the Mission in 1853 and the foundation stone of this, the first new Cathedral to be completed in Great Britain since the Reformation, was laid in 1866 by the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Cathedral was opened for public worship in 1869.

Approx 35 mins form Lodges.



Highland Folk Museum, Newtonmore

The highland folk museum offers a fantastic insight into the social and cultural history of the ordinary people of the Highlands, dramatically displayed through exhibitions and reconstructed buildings. See the Blackhouse, Clackmill and smokehouse. Open - April - October.

Approx 1 1/4 hrs from the Lodges on A9.


Strathspey Steam Railway 

The Strathspey Steam Railway is a great way to travel between Boat of Garten and Aviemore. Lunch is available onboard with great views of the Cairngorms. Open March to October, some events are held outwith these times.

Located approx 1 hour from the Lodges.


Nairn Museum

The Nairn Museum has a wealth of knowledge on local history as well as interesting exhibits on the town of Nairn and the local area. 

Approx 15 mins form Lodges.





Our home has a wide variety of history and we would love to help you find what you're looking for so if you have any specific interests please feel free to let us know and we will do our best to direct you to local points of interest.