Directions – How to get There

 

The map above shows the route in blue from Craigiewood ( B ) to the A9 ( A )

We have situated green signs with Craigiewood on them at junctions on the route so please look out for these.

You can zoom out to orient yourself and zoom in to see the actual roads connecting Craigiewood to the A9.

To print the map and/or the verbal directions zoom in and drag the map to get the features you want in the picture and then go to your print menu and print page 1, the Map, and/or page 2, Verbal Directions. If you get lost just refresh the page.

SatNav Users
If you click on the red marker you will get a pop-up window with our Latitude and Longitude and our National Grid reference number. Either of these co-ordinates should be used for satellite navigators. Our postcode, IV1 3XG, will take you to a location about 1000 metres to the southwest of where we really are.
Our Co-ordinates

GPS
LAT. 57deg 31min 48sec
LONG. -4deg 13min 12sec
DECIMAL LAT. 57.53 LONG. -4.22
NAT.GRID NH672 511

Verbal Directions
If you are coming from Glasgow or Edinburgh the shortest route is to make for Perth and then take the A9 road north to Inverness. If you are coming from other directions you will no doubt, have your own map and be able to navigate to Inverness.

From Inverness, take the A9 north over the Kessock Bridge towards Wick. One mile past the bridge, filter left towards North Kessock, Drumsmittal and Kilmuir. This will take you to a round-about. Take the exit from the roundabout, signposted to Drumsmittal, Kilmuir and Inverness. This road goes under the A9 dual-carriageway. Soon after you have passed under the A9 take a sharp left turn to Drumsmittal and Kilmuir.

Travel up this road for 250 yards and take a right turn to Kilmuir. Follow the road for a mile, through woodland until you come to a T junction with a right turn to Kilmuir. DO NOT take the right turn but carry straight on for 150 yards to another T junction. Keep straight on, passing Drynie Woodlands Farm on your left, for a further mile until you come to a fork in the road. Take the right fork, uphill. Craigiewood is the first on the left up an unmade drive.

If you are coming from the North you must turn left off the A9 dual-carriageway at the North Kessock junction and almost immediately right towards Drumsmittal and Kilmuir. Thereafter directions are the same as in the paragraph above.

Finally, here is a link to maps.google.co.uk. This link will give you the conventional Google map and you can plot your route to Craigiewood from any relevant location or plan excursions from Craigiewood.

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