We have a good selection of shops in Beauly, as well as our own award-winning shop The Old School Beauly.
At the other side of the village square you will find Campbell's of Beauly holders of a Royal Warrant to Her Majesty the Queen - and one of the oldest tailoring businesses in the Highlands - established in 1858!
For antique lovers Iain Marr's shop on the high street is an Aladdin's cave filled with silver, glass and sporrans! And the owner Iain is a great character too.
There is another award-winning shop in the form of The Gift Beauly, right in the centre of the village square.
The Williamson family run both the award-winning delicatessen/cafe "Corner On The Square" and the Fruit & Veg shop next door.
Alder Arts provides an amazing selection of paintings and a framing service too.
Morisons Ironmongers is a rabbit warren of rooms filled with tools, homewares, outdoor clothing and lots more.
Just outside the village is Robertson's Larder which is a farm shop with local produce, confectionery and gifts. They also have an area for children to visit the animals in the summer.
On the west side of the village in an old Kirk you will find the internationally renowned Ffordes Photographic camera shop.
A bit further west is another old Kirk with a fabulous art gallery now filling it. The Kilmorack Gallery is definitely worth a visit - you will get a warm welcome (and the fire is usually lit, too).
Other shops include: Amy C MacKay Jewellery, Fraser Optical, John Munro Butchers, Harry Gow bakery, Patches Corner fabric shop, Oops A Daisy florist, The Co-operative, Scotmid, Boots & Spar, as well as a garage and more.