Get to Inverness, We’ll do the rest!
We are delighted to be able to offer a courtesy bus to Lybster. All you have to do is get yourself to Inverness by the designated departure day/time given to you in your confirmation letter. Meet your Master, Teaching Assistants and fellow class participants whilst enjoying a relaxing tour north with our friendly bus driver!
Not sure how to get to Inverness? Keep reading…
Inverness Airport has good connections to London with regular EasyJet flights from London Gatwick and Luton and also to London Heathrow with British Airways. The airport has links with Amsterdam Schipol as well as regular flights from Dublin and Belfast with Flybe. You can also reach Inverness Airport from Birmingham and Bristol also with Flybe and EasyJet.
The railway is our favourite way of travelling to the Highlands as you get to take in the amazing views we have to offer as well as being environmentally friendly too! We recommend looking at The Trainline website for details of tickets.
Travelling from Edinburgh to Inverness via railway takes around 3 ½ hours and trains depart roughly every 1-2 hours from Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket. Likewise from Glasgow also takes around 3 ½ hours and trains depart from Glasgow Queen Street roughly every 1-2 hours. Booking in advance is recommended as prices can increase rapidly the closer it gets to your chosen day of travel.
Travelling from London to Inverness is really easy with The Caledonian Sleeper – go to sleep in England and wake up in the Highlands! The Sleeper leaves London at 21:15 Mon-Fri and 20:30 on a Sunday, arriving in Inverness at 08:30 the next morning.
The most cost effective way of travelling to Inverness is via bus however this will generally take longer than railway or plane and the standard of service can vary greatly. Megabus offers some fantastic deals from London, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Also available on the Megabus website are tickets to travel with City Link Gold which is a premium coach service available on specific routes. Another option when travelling from England is the National Express coach service.
Inverness can also be easily reached by car from the South of Scotland by the A9.