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2nd May 2021
Amat Estate lies in-land from the east coast about 50 miles north of inverness.
The nearest villages are Ardgay and Bonar Bridge, 9 and 10 miles away respectivly.
There is an unmanned railway station in Ardgay with 2 services daily running to Wick and
Thurso in the North and Inverness in the South.
From inverness there are direct rail links to London Kings Cross and a direct sleeper service
to London Euston.
Dalcross airport is located 9 miles to the east of Inverness and is well serviced by taxies and a bus
service that operates every 30 minutes ferrying travellers to Inverness city center. The airport itself
is a modern Hospitality Assured accredited airport providing more than 330 scheduled flights each week
to a variety of major airports across the UK.
If driving from Inverness, this is the most direct route.
Head to Longman roundabout and take the exit over Kessock Bridge on the A9.
Continue on the dual carrageway (approx 6 miles).
At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit to continue on the A9.
Continue on A9 (approx 6 miles), crossing a long bridge, then take the 2nd exit and stay on the A9.
Remain on the A9 (approx 4.3 miles) then turn left onto Struie Road, B9176.
Continue on B9176 (approx 15 miles) until you join the A836. (Note mobile Reception is very limited on B9176)
Continue on A836 until you reach Ardgay. (approx 3 miles)
From Ardgay follow the above map to reach Amat.