About Us

Shop interior at Campbell's of Beauly showcasing the range of Scottish tweeds available to purchase by the metre


About our Shop

 

Stepping into Campbell's of Beauly is like stepping back in time. The shop is packed with
original fittings and traditional work counters giving it a unique feel and sense of history. 
Known as the Highland Tweed House, the tweed wall is impressive.

Image of the shop front of Campbell's of Beauly, the Highland Tweed House. 
Situated on the lovely River Beauly, the name Beauly is probably derived from the French 'beau-lieu' (beautiful place); there is a story that Mary Queen of Scots first called it that when she stayed a night at Beauly Priory.  Campbell's of Beauly has established a reputation for stocking the finest knitwear which is all knitted in the Scottish borders and Aberdeenshire, with a wide range of colours and styles available in cashmere, geelong lambswool, shetland wool and merino.

A fantastic selection of off the peg tweed coats, jackets, skirts and plus fours are stocked at Campbell's which are all UK sourced. These stand alongside footwear from Le Chameau and rainwear from John Field offering customers a full range of countrywear.

 

The new owners

 

Husband and Wife team, John and Nicola Sugden have taken over the management of Campbell's of Beauly since March 2015.

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Campbell's, the family-owned textile institution, changed hands for the first time in it's 158-year history. Regarded worldwide as the 'Guardians of Tweed', Campbell's is steeped in tradition and history and it is these values that John and Nicola wish to cherish and maintain. 

Having grown up in Elgin, John's whole career has been spent in the clothing world in the sales and marketing field where menswear has long been his passion. Nicola grew up in the Highlands and has spent the last eight years working in the travel industry in London. In March 2015 they decided to make the leap north to start their new adventure together.