Follow the A96 towards Nairn from east or west. The accommdoation is on the corner of Seafield Street and Seabank Road on the north side of the A96. The house has no number but is clearly marked with a sign on the corner and one on Seabank Road. The carpark is accessed from Seafield Street and again is clearly marked. Nairn is found on the A96. This is the main trunk road between Aberdeen and Inverness. From Inverness take the A96 for approximately 14 miles. When in Nairn watch out for the large Parish Church on the left and take left following the church. This is Seabank Road. Proceed down Seabank for about 800yards and Inveran Lodge will be on the right at the junction of Seafield Street and Seabank Road. Coming from the East (Aberdeen) continue through Nairn and past the Fire Station at the main traffic intersection. The next street to the right is Albert and then Seabank. You could turn down Albert and find Seafield Street. Take a left onto Seafield and Inveran Lodge is 100 yards on the right. You will come to the car park first. Alternatively pass Albert and take Seabank and follow the instructions in the previous paragraph. The airport is 7 miles from Nairn to the West towards Inverness. Proceed out of the airport using the new perimeter road and take a left onto the A96. Follow the above instructions from Inverness. Inverness train station does service Nairn with some interconnecting trains. Nairn Station is 10 minutes walk to the lodge or just a minute and a half in a taxi. We do usually try and collect our guests from the train station. The Bus Station is in the centre of Nairn adjacent to the Fire Station. Again it is walkable but we could oblige when transport is available.
It has never been easier to get to The Highlands of Scotland whether by road, rail, air or sea...
For full timetable information on flights to and from the Highlands, Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles, visit the Highlands & Islands Airports Ltd web site.Inverness Airport is serviced by an ever increasing number of inbound flights and the informormation on new routes can be gathered from the site link above.
Services to and from Inverness connect the Highlands with all major UK cities including Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London, with onward connections to the West Highlands and North Highlands. For fares and train times, call the National Rail enquiry line on 08457 484950.
Other useful rail contacts are:
Scotrail - Tel: 0845 7550 003 - Scotrail operates a range of services in Scotland as well as the daily (except Saturday evenings) sleeper service from London Euston to Inverness.
GNER - Tel: 0845 7225 225 - GNER operates a range of services in Scotland and from London to the Highlands.
Several coach operators run daily services to the Highlands from Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and London, with connections available from all other parts of the UK.
For further information:
Scottish Citylink - Tel: 0870 5505 050
National Express - Tel: 0870 5808 080
Rapsons - Tel: 01463 710555 (Rapsons, based in the Highlands, also offer coach and minibus hire).
The main road routes to and from the Highlands are:
A9 Stirling - Perth - Aviemore - Inverness - Thurso
A96 Aberdeen - Nairn - Inverness
A82 Glasgow - Fort William - Inverness (via Loch Ness)
Choose from a wide selection of ferry services offering easy access to Scotland from Scandinavia, Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Spain, including the direct Zeebrugge-Rosyth ferry service operated by Superfast. (Rosyth is only two and a half hours` drive from the Highlands).
Getting around in the Highlands
Regular train, bus, air and ferry services operate within the Highlands - the Highland Council produces timetables available locally in tourist information centres or Tel 01463 702458 for a copy.