About Beauly Holiday Park
Since taking over the park in late 2016 we have embarked on an ambitious programme of major upgrades and now have a brand new toilet block (opened 2022). Many of our 85 pitches are now hard standing, some of which are fully serviced. We have also built a childrens play area and BBQ area in the centre of the park. The bottom 6 acres have been turned in to a nature reserve with paths. Click here to read our reviews on trip advisor, and take a tour with this video.
We have found maps showing the outline of the park as far back as 1824, and we believe it was used as a training camp for the Lovat scouts around 1900.
The Lovat Scouts were formed during the Boer War and were the British army's first sniper unit. Many of the techniques they invented are still in use by forces globally.
We have also found some evidence that they park may have been used as a POW camp during the first world war. At the edge of the park there is a WWII pill box which would have been used to defend the Lovat Bridge if there had been an invasion.
Beauly is right in the heart of the Scottish Highlands and is the ideal place to base your Highland adventure with many great places to visit within an hours drive on both the East and West coasts.
If you are planning to do the famous North Coast 500 route then our holiday park is the ideal staging point.
New in 2017:
- Hard standing pitches
- Childrens play area
- BBQ area
- Fire pit
- 6 acre nature reserve with paths
New in 2020:
- Bird hides in the nature reserve
- Grass pitches with grey water drainage