Kingussie is at the very heart of the Scottish Highlands - the geographic centre of Scotland is marked by a stone on Loch Ericht side, just a few miles away. Despite its size and apparent location, however, Kingussie is easy to get to.
From the South you can travel on Motorway almost all the way to Perth, with just a few sections of dual carriageway here and there, then the A9 trunk road takes you the last 64 miles. If you have an electric car we have charging points in Kingussie. Full details of all charging points on your journey to Kingussie can be found on the following websites Zap-Map and Charge Your Car
There is an overnight sleeper service from London, Crewe, Preston and Carlisle, which stops at Kingussie Station, or by day, on through trains from London, stopping at Kingussie. A regular Scotrail service from both Glasgow and Edinburgh also serves Kingussie. Scotrail also operate regular services from Aberdeen via Inverness, again stopping at Kingussie.
Citylink Coach services from Glasgow and Edinburgh to Inverness also stop in Kingussie - connections from the south are frequent.
If you are flying into Inverness, Glasgow, Edinburgh or Aberdeen, you can hire a car and be in Kingussie in a couple of hours.
Directions to Glengarry from the South
Take a left turn off the A9 signposted Newtonmore and Kingussie. Proceed for 5 miles through Newtonmore, to a set of traffic lights in the centre of Kingussie. Turn left into Ardbroilch Road. Proceed 100 yds up the hill and turn right into East Terrace. Glengarry is situated approximately 300 yds on your left.
Directions to Glengarry from the North
Turn left off the A9 (approximately 45 miles south of Inverness), signpost Kingussie. In 100 yds turn right at 'T' junction. Proceed into Kingussie to a set of traffic lights. Turn right at the lights into Ardbroilach Road and proceed up the hill for 100 yds. Turn right into East Terrace. Glengarry is situated approximately 300 yds on your left.
If you are driving, once you get onto our roads, the stress of the south simply melts away - there's room to enjoy driving again on roads that may not always be super-wide, but are to excellent standards - particularly outside the peak times of July and August. You'll find miles and miles of road almost to yourself - apart from the sheep of course and the odd Highland Coo!
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