Beauly Priory, a ruined church of a Valliscaulian 

Located in the village of Beauly on the A862, The priory, is one of three founded by the Order in 1230. 

Part of the building was later rebuilt, It became a Cistercian 

A plaque tells of Mary Queen of Scots' visit here in 1564 and her travels in the Highlands.
home a round 1510.

The church was roofless in 1633, the stone is said to have been used by Cromwell to build a fort in Inverness in 1650.

It was the burial ground for the chiefs of Clan Lovat In 1544

There are descriptive plaques point out all the points of interest. 

Open daily. Free admission. 

Summer 1 April - 30 Sept: Daily, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Winter 1 Oct - 31 March: Daily, 9.00 am to 4.00 pm

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