Brodie Castle is off the A96, 25 miles east of Inverness and 5 miles west of Forres. Easily accessible by car and by public transport.
Leave Inverness and follow the A96 for 25 miles in the direction of Aberdeen, passing Inverness Airport and passing through Nairn, until you reach Brodie. Once through Brodie take the left hand turn over the humpback bridge. At the junction Brodie Castle is straight ahead. The post code is IV36 2TE.
On arrival you will be directed to the registration desk to check in and receive your festival wristband.
Can I bring my dog?
Yes you can but be aware that they may restrict your activities as (with the exception of assistance dogs) they are they are not permitted within Brodie Castle, The Stables or Playful Garden but they are more than welcome within the grounds of the estate.
How do I get between venues?
All the venues are on the Brodie Castle estate and are a short walk apart from each other.
Weekend Pass to include camping for two nights (tents) – £120 (10% early bird price – £108 – until 31st March 2019)
Weekend Pass to include camping for three nights (tents) – £135 (10% early bird price – £121.50 – until 31st March 2019)
Weekend Pass to include meals and camping for two nights (tents) – £170 (10% early bird price – £153 – until 31st March 2019)
Weekend Pass to include meals and camping for three nights (tents) – £210 (10% early bird price – £189 – until 31st March 2019)
Stay at nearby Cormack Lodge, only a short walk from Brodie Castle, for three nights (for two people) to include weekend passes and meals – £670
Stay at the luxurious Lairds Wing at Brodie Castle. This has all the comfort of a luxury modern home, while being spread across three floors of this magnificent turreted castle. For three nights (for 14 people) to include weekend passes, meals and inclusive screenings of some of the films – £6950
Also the website Moray Speyside Tourism can provide you with comprehensive information about the area: www.morayspeyside.com