Glen Affric Holiday Park is located on the edge of Cannich Village and within easy walking distance of the village amenities which includes two pub/restaurants, a shop and a post office.

Strathglass, as the area surrounding Cannich is known, is the home of the Clans Fraser and Chisholm as well as being the birthplace of Scotlandís national Game of shinty and the park is located adjacent to Strathglass Shinty club.

Glen Affric itself has been described as the most beautiful Glen in Scotland and the park is surrounded by majestic mountains and thundering waterfalls.

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Travelling by Road

Road access to Glen Affric Holiday Park is via the A831 that runs from Drumnadrochit (Loch Ness) to Beauly. Cannich, the main point of entry to the Glen Affric NNR, is approximately 12 miles from Drumnadrochit and 17 miles from Beauly. The A9 and the A82 are the two main routes from the south.

Travelling by Air

Inverness Airport (Information Desk Tel: 01667 464000), operated by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited, is the air gateway for the Highlands and Islands of Scotland and handles over 300 scheduled flights per week to Scottish and UK destinations. The airport is located 9 miles east of the City of Inverness just off the main A96 trunk road. Taxis are available at the airport and buses operate to and from the airport terminal to Inverness. Car hire is available, both Avis and Hertz having offices on site.

Travelling by Taxi

Highland Taxis operate from the airport and throughout the Inverness area. For more details on their services, or make advanced bookings visit their website or call 0845 3472306.

Travelling by Coach

Stagecoach are now the main public service bus operator throughout the Highlands. They operate services from Inverness Cannich. Visitors might like to note that bus timetables vary according to factors such as public and school holidays. Timetables may change with the seasons or for operational reasons. Please give us a call and we can provide additional advice if you intend to travel by coach.

A number of subsidised bus services are operated by a local company, Ross's Minibuses (Tel/Fax: 01463 761250 Mobile: 0780 1988491). These include services from Strathglass to Inverness & Dingwall and Glen Affric. Relevant information on all of Ross's services can be found at www.ross-minibuses.co.uk