Ways to travel to Dingwall

By Road

Travel north on the A9 and cross the Kessock Bridge at Inverness.  At the first roundabout take the second exit to the A835.  Follow the A835 and take the third exit on the next roundabout.  This is Station Road, changing to Greenhill Street at the traffic lights, and will lead you directly to Dingwall. 

Parking in Dingwall is free and can be found after the first set of traffic lights on the right hand side (you will see Town Centre signs) at two parking entry points.    The High Street can be found by walking through any of the alleyways off these carparks.  Public toilets can be found in the second carpark. 

More parking can be found after the next set of traffic lights, turn right (at Tesco) and turn the next left (after Tesco garage).  From here the High Street can be found by walking up Church Street or Tulloch Street. 


Electric Car Charge

The Charging Point in Dingwall can be found in Inchwannie Court Car Park IV15 9SE

By Air

The closest airport is Inverness Airport approximately 21 miles from Dingwall.  There are daily flights with EasyJet from London Gatwick and British Airways from Manchester.  Europcar offer deals for car hire when booking with EasyJet.  Stagecoach buses can also be found at the airport - https://www.stagecoachbus.com/timetables 

By Rail

The Caledonian Sleeper - https://www.sleeper.scot/ travels from London Euston, Crewe and Preston to Inverness.  From the Inverness Train Station either a train or bus can be taken to Dingwall, both approximately 30 minute journeys.  There are also car hire companies situated near the station. 


Bicycles are transported free of charge on the Caledonian Sleeper but you need to book - see full details on their site https://www.sleeper.scot/on-board/cycles-and-pets  Within Dingwall town centre, there are public bicycle stands.  Bicycle stands and lockers are available at Dingwall Train Station.  There are three lockers which are free of charge, but you need to use your own lock.  For all information about which services you can take your bike and how to book a locker - https://www.scotrail.co.uk/plan-your-journey/travel-connections/cycling 

Highland Rover

ScotRail offer a travel card that can be used around the Highlands for four days unlimited travel.  For full details - https://www.scotrail.co.uk/tickets/combined-tickets-travel-passes/highland-rover