A gently sloping site, sheltered on one side by a belt of trees and facing a glorious view over the Naim Valley, and approximately a mile from the famous Culloden battlefield where Bonnie Prince Charlie was defeated and Scottish history was rewritten. The site is about six miles from the town of Inverness, with its excellent shopping facilities and is centrally situated for touring some of the most beautiful scenery in Scotland including Loch Ness, Black Isle, Moray Coast and the Whisky Trails in the Spey Valley. Don't miss Glen Aifric - you'll see its magnificent scenery best on foot and maybe even spot some deer.
: June in 2009
Beautifully situated a stones throw from the battlefield itself, the site is immaculate in all aspects as you would expect from the Caravan Club Facilities on site are excellent where lucky toget some time there asit is highly sought after for a "Jump Off Point".Inverness 10 mins away with everthing you need.Recommnend the Culloden Moor battlefield Centre(Thought kids would be bored)but the centre is very interactive and then the audio walk tour was amazing. My girls highly enjoyed it and so did the wife and myself.You have to experence it and we registered with historical scotland so we could enter other sites they maintain.Whatever the weather Culloden moor has everything for everybody Quietness,play area for kids cleaness which is high in our priority list.
Culloden Moor Caravan Club Site, Inverness, Highland, Scotland
This reviewer is a family with children, a tourer/motorhomer