Having your own transport is recommended. However, The Drey is only a few miles from Inverness which is easily accessible by coach, rail and air, where cars/taxis can be hired.
The easiest way to find The Drey is using google maps as The Drey Inchberry is marked on there and you'll be lead to my front door.
If coming via the A9, turn off at the Longman roundabout (South end of Kessock Bridge), follow A82 through Inverness until you cross the Caledonian Canal where you continue straight ahead onto A862 (signposted Beauly). You'll pass through Bunchrew, and then under a railway bridge; continue for a further 1 mile from the bridge then turn left signposted "Inchberry". It's a single-track road so please drive carefully and keep your eye out for rabbits, red squirrels, pedestrians and off-lead dogs The Drey is the first on the left, a larch cabin with green roof in the driveway of May Cottage.
Please park either in front of the decking or at the side, but do leave room for the host's car at the side of the house.
If you miss the turning, then continue on a short distance and take the next exit to the left, follow the road and turn left at the top. The Drey is the last house on the right before open fields."