Getting here

Moniack Mhor is in a remote location with no direct transport links, so we organise group taxi transfers from Inverness city centre. The group taxi departs from Inverness Rail Station at 5:15pm on Mondays. This arrives at Moniack Mhor by 6pm, in time for the welcome talk followed by dinner. The fare is between £12 – £40 each way, depending on how many people are sharing it.

For your return journey, the group taxi departs Moniack Mhor at 10am on the Saturday morning, arriving at Inverness Rail Station by around 10:45am. 

Additional taxis can be arranged if required.

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There are regular services to Inverness Train Station from Wick, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and London. See the Scot Rail Website for more information or the trainline website:


Inverness Bus Station has services from major Scottish cities as well as links to the rest of the Highlands. For more information on routes, timetables and a journey planner, visit the Traveline Scotland website:


Inverness Airport is just over 20 miles from Moniack Mhor. There are flights from UK and international airports, including London, Bristol, Manchester and Amsterdam, among others.

Taxis between Inverness Airport and Moniack Mhor cost £60 each way, however you can take public transport to Inverness City Centre and join the 5:15pm group taxi at the train station, if you wish to minimise costs. 

For more information see Inverness Airport’s website:


Please note that SatNav systems aren’t always 100% accurate at our location and mobile data signal en route can be patchy, so please print out a copy of the following directions to keep with you during your drive.

By Car from Inverness (via the A82)

Leave Inverness on the A82 towards Drumnadrochit/Fort William. Take a right at the second turn off to Abriachan, approximately 7 miles from Inverness (do not take the first turn off to Abriachan/Blackfold which is only a mile out of Inverness).  Loch Ness should be on your left before you turn right – if not, you haven’t gone far enough.  Take this single track road, which will lead you steeply up a hill, and follow it for about mile and a half, till you come to a road on your left for Foxhole, Beauly, Abriachan Forest Walks. Take this left hand turning, and continue past a small loch on your left, for another 2.5 miles. You will see the Centre signposted on the left when you reach the next  Y-shaped road junction.

By Car from Inverness (via the A862)

Leave Inverness on the A862 towards Beauly. You will soon see the Beauly Firth on your right. Continue on this road for c. 10 miles, ignoring any left-turn signs saying ‘Moniack’, until you reach the hard-left junction towards Kiltarlity (A833). Turn left here and follow instructions as marked from * in ‘By Car from Beauly’ below.

By Car from Beauly

From Beauly take the A862 heading towards Inverness.  Follow the road around a long bend to the left and over the Lovat Bridge.  Continue for less than a mile and then turn right towards Kiltarlity (A833). * Follow this road for just over a mile (passing Belladrum and Brockie’s Lodge) until you come to a staggered crossroads after a straight and take the left turning signposted Foxhole/Abriachan.  Just after crossing a wooden bridge the road bends to the right and climbs a steep hill through a beech wood.  Follow this for 2.5 miles, passing numerous houses, barns and fields of Alpacas.  Keep following the road until you reach the top of a steep hill, with forest on the left. You will get to a Y junction, with a sign for Abriachan and Abriachan Forest Trails.

Moniack Mhor is down the track to the right just before this junction and there is a brown wooden signpost at the top of the road.

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