Amanda Wimberley House

1 Wimberley Way, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV2 3XJ, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Inverness

Scotland - Loch Ness and CairnGorm Mountains

A travel blog entry by anne.bao

10

... it had bathrooms for each bedroom and a dishwasher and washing machine as well! Also it was in a very picturesque and peaceful location looking out onto large sheep paddocks and mountains.

Oh actually before we went to our accommodation we went to the pub of course and had a most excellent and large meal. Mark and I tried whisky sauce (from Naomi and Tim’s plates) which was delicious!

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The next day, we ...

Day 103: Driving on the left in Mr. Pac–man

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

3
14

... for nothing. We passed through every check point without so much as a second glance. The most attention that I got was from a pat down in security. The lady felt all of my layers, looked at me funny, I shrugged and she let me pass. Our plane was a prop plane and we did have to sit with the bags at our feet because they did not fit in the overhead compartments. No big deal. Not even 30 minutes later and we found ourselves in Scotland.

We decided to rent ...

Nessie and William Wallace

A travel blog entry by dan-roxy

45

... the highlands coastal town Mallaig we stopped for a it drink at the mission cafe, literally the only place open in the port orientated town. Driving back to Fort William we found a chain of white sand beaches in Arisaig that seemed very out of place, but were stunning.
Going to the Inverlocy castle by Fort William was a mission in the rain, but yet another amazing historic building that really took you back in time. Dan ended the day by falling ...

Inverness ~ Nessie's around here somewhere!

A travel blog entry by vacationista

9

... most needy traveler.

The food here was also quite tasty. Scottish delights as cottage pie and haggis were on offer with sticky pudding and beer to wash it down. Our tour then proceeded to enjoy a quiz night in the hotel's pub that is fully stocked with drinks to satisfy any palette.

When on your way to Inverness from St. Andrews, be sure to stop and eat lunch in Pitlochry. A quaint village, it has some lovely shops and cafes ...

Orsome Orkneys

A travel blog entry by scribble_kitty

5

... amazing. It's like vehicular Tetris! And we had to reverse on. Carol was a pro. The ferry ride takes an hour and fortunately we had stunning weather. Lots of blue sky. As you approach the Islands, you see abandoned stone houses and structures and lots of seabirds. You don't quite realise how many islands there are and how much they are spread out. What also strikes you is the lack of trees! Not a single tree. It's actually really bizarre to just ...

 

TripAdvisor Reviews Amanda Wimberley House Inverness

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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