We are three hours north of Glasgow and two hours south of Inverness. Both roads are scenic but tiring.
Keep an eye on Traffic Scotland for the latest details of road closures in bad weather.
If you do not have the luxury of time, the Caledonian Sleeper may be a safer alternative to driving from the south.
Check theTrainline.com for timetables and prices.
Easyjet, Flybe and British Airways fly to Inverness: Glasgow and Edinburgh give many other options.
All are served by Citylink‘s coach service. We can arrange group transfers for aproximately £150.