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Community run leisure centre with swimming pool in centre of Bettyhill on the North Coast.


Only open in afternoons in the winter and all day in the Summer. This swimming pool opened in 1995 with funding from the local community.

Ideal for the family if the weather turns dreich and you need to get some exercise and fun. 

Also has solarium, sauna and spa. Phone number below or message oin facebook if you have an account.

Travel Directions to Bettyhill Swimming Pool

From A836, turn north beside General Store and then follow signs to local school and Gordon Terrace on the left

Address Details

  • Munro Place, Bettyhill
  • KW14 7SS

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Modification Date Thursday, 21 January 2016