Ard-na-Coille Guest House

Address: Kingussie Rd, Newtonmore, Badenoch and Strathspey, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH20 1AY, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Kingussie Rd, Newtonmore, is near Highland Folk Museum, Loch Insh Watersports, Ruthven Barracks, and Clan Macpherson House and Museum.
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    A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Oct 22, 2015

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    ... and it took us just over four hours.

    After checking into our hotel we decided to go to the Culloden Battlefield site - we wanted to visit the site while we were in Inverness and decided to do it sooner rather than later because of the weather prediction of gale force winds expected during the evening and into the next day. The visitor centre at the site gives an excellent overview of the battle from both sides - the English and ...

    The Highlands & Beyond

    A travel blog entry by eurotrekker01 on Sep 25, 2015

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    ... very sobering feeling to know that this occurred and that the battle field still holds many secrets. There is continuing archaeological digs underway to recover artifacts and get a better understanding as to who is here as the whole are is one huge graveyard.

    There is a memorial cairn situated in the center of where the battle occurred that was erected in 1881 to commemorate the fallen clans in the mass graves all around you. There are also headstones ...

    Hello Caledonian Canal

    A travel blog entry by jordansgo on May 30, 2014

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    60 miles from Corpach (Fort William) to Inverness through several lochs and many locks and swingbridges. Today we did about 30 miles and are moored at Fort Augustus. Fantastic weather and scenery. The canal was built in 1803 by Thomas Telford to provide ...

    Geal Charn, mountain of the disappearing path

    A travel blog entry by bewdley_m_c on May 27, 2014

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    Tuesday 27th May; Geal Charn 926m

    Today we had Louise and Graham for company, and drove up the beautiful Spey valley, through a glorious Glen to Garva Bridge west of Laggan. We had a good ascent, then contoured, missing the path entirely until we got to a stream to regain it after a fashion. We finally got ...

    Leaving Fort Augustus " do you want have a go"

    A travel blog entry by the_macs on May 16, 2013

    Left our little B&B in Fort Augustus and started to explore the town, saw the local Loch Master operator acting the gates to move boats up and down the canal. Sandra asked how it worked and the guy said " do you want to have a go". So Sandra operated the Loch gates great experience. Then on to Foyers falls a good drive around the loch. Great walk ...