The Big Sky Croft is located in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, on the edge of the beautiful Black Isle. Just ten miles north of Inverness we are around a three-and-a-half-hour drive from Glasgow or Edinburgh, or 25 minutes from Inverness Airport. The Ideal base for exploring the whole of the Highlands.
HOW TO GET HERE
Big Sky is a countryside location so most guests do travel by car for ease of exploring. However, we always encourage our guests to travel by bike or foot if possible. If you look up Big Sky Lodges on google maps you should find us no problem. The postcode is IV6 7RP
From the South. Stay on the A9 dual carriageway past Inverness and across the Kessock bridge for about 7 miles until you come to Tore roundabout. Take the second exit onto the A835, signposted Dingwall, and continue up the hill for about a mile and a half until you see a sign marked Wellhouse and Drynie Park. Turn left here and continue for about a mile along a single-track road (don’t go up the Drynie Park North road) and the Big Sky is on the left, about half a mile past the double bend.
From the North. At the Dingwall roundabout take the second exit onto the A835 towards Inverness for about three miles. Turn right onto the B9169 towards Muir of Ord. Continue down the hill passing Mulbuie School on your right until you reach a row of cottages. Turn left at the sign marked Drynie Park, don’t take the road marked (North Drynie Park) Continue up the hill for a quarter of a mile and Big Sky is on your right just after no. 14.
Call 07796 546861 in the unlikely event that you get lost.
Muir of Ord or Inverness stations are the closest, You can book a taxi from either or you can walk or cycle from Muir of Ord. It’s about a 50 minute walk.
Inverness Airport is 30 minutes away, you can either hire a car from there or book a taxi.
Edinburgh Airport is 3 hours 15 minutes away and Glasgow Airport is 3 hours 30 minutes away
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