"Loved the location, warm welcome, and the kids had a whale of a time in the pool every night."

Duncan, HB

"The park is thoughtfully laid out in woodlands and really is a beautiful place to stay in the autumn."

Tarby82, Wolverhampton

"Great for families. Nice setting, close to villages so that you can get your food shopping. The reception staff were very nice and helpful."

Penelope, Glasgow
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Come on in - it’s heated!

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Relaxing hot tub

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Loving the outdoors

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Warming up nicely

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Tourist information, advice, friendly staff

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Passing wildlife

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Just hanging out

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Any season, captivating colours

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Blooming naturally

Make yourself at home in our park

You can enjoy our pretty woodland at any time of year - from the fresh green leaves of spring and the golden autumn colours to the tracery of bare winter branches.

The swimming-pool and tennis court are a short stroll from your lodge and children love the space to play freely outdoors.

We leave much of our park as natural woodland letting wild flowers thrive under the trees and encouraging wildlife to visit. Several species of birds can be readily seen, and there are occasional visits from red squirrels.

On a clear night, enjoy our cosy fire-pit and marvel at the magnificent starry skies.

Our friendly reception staff are on-site everyday during office hours to answer your questions and help you get the most out of your holiday. Visitors from overseas feel welcome, with tourist information leaflets available in several languages.

We don’t have a shop or restaurant on-site, but there are plenty of shops, eating places and takeaways in nearby towns and villages. Our heated indoor swimming-pool is open from the beginning of April (or Easter, if earlier) until the end of October.

What can you find close by?

The nearby village of Kiltarlity is an ancient settlement where you can see a prehistoric stone circle and cairn, and the picturesque ruins of a mediaeval church.

The name Kiltarlity is from the Gaelic Cill Targhlain meaning 'church of Talorcan/Talorgan' (the name of many Pictish kings) and historically referrred to the entire parish, including surrounding hamlets. The village itself used to be known as Aultfearna (Gaelic) or Allarburn (Scots), referring to the alder trees that grow beside the burn.

Since the late 13th century, the local area has been associated with the Fraser Clan – nearby Beaufort Castle, now a private home, was the traditional seat of the Lords Fraser of Lovat – and the Lovat Shinty Club plays on the pitch in the village.

Most importantly, our guests get their daily papers and fresh bread from the Kiltarlity Village Store and PostOffice, open 7 days a week. Kiltarlity PO on Facebook.

Beauly, just six miles away, is also worth a visit if you enjoy history. With its splendid ruined priory, it allegedly gained its name when Mary Queen of Scots, struck by the grandeur of the scene when she stayed in the town in the 16th century, pronounced 'C'est un beau lieu' - French for ‘what a beautiful place’.

Today, Beauly provides visitors with a wide range of shops, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants and takeaways. For more information see Visit Beauly.