Travel Information

Parking Passes

Car Parking passes can be downloaded here: http://bit.ly/1d8lRir

Car Sharing with Liftshare.com

Belladrum Festival is working with Liftshare.com to help people share car journeys.
It’s a great way to save money if you are driving, or to head to the festival on the cheap if you need a lift. It’ll help you cut your carbon, and as it is built around Facebook, you can find people who like the same music, or who have friends in common. For more info, visit; http://belladrum.liftshare.com

Travelling by Bus or Coach

Information on shuttle buses to and from the Festival will be released nearer to the event.

Local Bus Service

Information on local services will be released nearer the Festival.

Walking

The A862 and A833 main roads to the festival are not safe to walk along. If you are thinking of walking or beating the traffic by being dropped off near enough to walk, please get dropped off at a bus stop (see details above) to travel the last section.

Travelling by Car

Where to park:
If you decide to bring your own car, parking is free but you need one parking pass per vehicle to direct you to the parking zone nearest to where you are camping. Please help everyone by bringing a full complement of passengers.

General Zone – red – tents only
Family Zone – green – families in tents only
Quiet Zone – yellow – quiet persons in tents only – no music
Caravan & Camper Van Zone – blue – to access this zone, you also need to have bought a separate campervan/caravan parking pass – to access this zone, you also need to have bought a separate campervan/caravan parking pass from our online tickets or via a retail agent.
Disabled Zone – orange – cars, camper vans (you will need paid for campervan/caravan ticket for this area also – see ‘Disabled’ section on the main Tickets page) and tents
Day Visitors – striped

Car Parking passes can be downloaded here: http://bit.ly/1d8lRir

Arrival & Departure: Please stick to speed limit and obey stewards’ instructions. A one-way system will be in operation through the estate; please observe it. The earlier you arrive, the more likely you are to get your favourite camping spot. Please leave quietly. Do not drink and drive or take drugs and drive. Try to avoid unnecessary departures and re-entries to minimize traffic and avoid stress on the ground.

General: Please stick to 5 mph speed limit and obey stewards’ instructions. Please try to avoid unnecessary departures and re-entries to parking areas to avoid stress on the ground, disturbance to neighbours and traffic congestion. Parking will be on a grass field so vehicles with low ground clearance will not be appropriate. If you get stuck, a free tow-out service will be available but you use this entirely at your own risk and no responsibility will be taken by the festival for damage to your vehicle. No camping is allowed in parking areas and no driving in campsites other than the disabled and campervan & caravan camp sites.

Taxis/ Drop offs/ Pick-ups: If you are arriving by taxi/ bus or being dropped off, you will be directed where to go. Pick-ups will be at the same point. Pedestrians should use the marked routes to make their way to ticket points. If you are being picked up, please pre-arrange a time your taxi or lift to collect you at the drop-off/pick-up point

Directions: Please click here for a map of the Belladrum area. To get to Belladrum, take the A862 West from Inverness towards Beauly. Approximately nine miles from Inverness, turn left onto the A833 signposted Kiltarlity and Drumnadrochit. After approximately one mile, turn left at the second gate lodge on the left on this road which has red gables and is signposted Belladrum (If you go as far as Brockie’s Lodge Hotel on the A833, you have overshot the turning) – you are now on the single track public road that runs through Belladrum Estate.

Travelling by Train

Inverness is well serviced by the railway network. Trains run daily to and from London Kings Cross and the night sleeper runs to and from London Euston except on Saturday nights. Day train services are operated by National Express and can be booked online at www.eastcoast.com. Night train to Inverness and Edinburgh can be booked through www.sleeper.scot or telephone on 0330 060 0500 (open daily 08.30 – 20.30 hrs). Trains also run regularly from Inverness to Beauly Station, about 4 miles from Belladrum. For general information on how to plan your journey and all timetables, see National Rail Enquiries on www.nationalrail.co.uk or telephone on 08457 550033 (open daily 08.00 – 22.00) or see Traveline on www.travelinescotland.com or telephone 08706 082608

Travelling by Air

Dalcross, or Inverness Airport, is approximately 45 minutes by road from Belladrum and 1.5 hours flying time from London. For details of all operators offering flights to and from Inverness on routes, please go to Highlands & Islands Airports web site at www.hial.co.uk

Travelling by Taxi

Beauly Taxis can be reached on 01463 782498 for airport or train pick-ups. Other taxi firms include: Inverness Taxis on 0800 136890; Central Highland Taxis on 0800 402010.

C & E Taxis operate a fleet of taxis and 3 eight seat minibuses out of Dingwall and service the immediate area and beyond. 24/7.
see their site for details : www.cetaxis.co.uk

John Chima Taxis, Beauly 07751009337

Happy Cabbies Taxis, 01463 717777 : www.invernesstaxis.com/belladrum