Delny Glamping is in a perfect place for taking advantage of the North Coast 500.
The media have named it Scotland’s own Route 66, but really where else can compare with the culture and heritage of Scotland’s northern coastal route? On the NC500, you will see some of our most famous landmarks such as the magnificent Suilven, Dunrobin Castle or the beaches at Achmelvich and Dornoch.
What route does the NC500 take?
The official North Coast 500 route begins in Inverness and heads west towards Kyle of Lochalsh, up the scenic west coast to Durness and across the most northerly stretch to John O’Groats then back down passed Delny Glamping to Inverness again, covering a total of 500 miles.
To begin planning your route and the places you want to see in Ross-Shire, the NC500 have created an interactive map with information on outdoor activities & attractions, history & heritage sites, as well as locations of service stations.
Experience the best that Scotland has to offer on the route that really has it all: dramatic scenery, stunning lochs, beautiful coastal drives, friendly local businesses and pubs.
If you want an unforgettable drive through the stunning Scottish Highlands, then the North Coast 500 route is for you. It actually goes right past our front door, so if you are looking for a place to stay for the night or just want to pop in and say hello, we would be delighted to see you.