There’s plenty to do within Beauly itself. There are a number of pleasant walks locally such as Cnoc-na-rath, the river path and a riverside walk to the Priory.
A visit to the ruins of the Priory and to see the oldest elm tree in Europe is a must do and the award-winning floral displays bring visitors from far and wide.
Beauly Bowling Club warmly welcomes visitors. Founded in 1868, you will find it behind the Phipps Institute. You could watch a game of shinty at Braeview Park. A traditional sport in the Highlands and Scotland’s oldest surviving sport, it’s a little like a cross between hockey and golf and can be quite fierce at times. A number of teams play locally including Beauly, Lovat and Strathglass.
For children, we have a number of playparks in the village – one in Braeview Park and another at Aird Road. During the summer months there’s a petting farm at Robertson Farm Shop on the outskirts of the village.