Corunna Bed & Breakfast

16 Glenurquhart Street, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV3 5NU , United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 16 Glenurquhart Street, Inverness, is near River Ness, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, James Pringle Weavers, and Duncan Chisholm & Sons.
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In search of Nessie

A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 11, 2014

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... pretty knackered by then and went to bed early.

This was all yesterday. Today I had to go back in to Stirling to stamp my foot at Vodafone. To be fair to the person serving me they couldn't work out why my card had stopped working - but in the end they got me back on line and refunded my money. So not a bad outcome. The rest of the communications problems I have been having are simply due to the pretty poor phone reception out here at the university. It strikes me ...

Time for Another Castle - and More Fish!‏

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 03, 2014

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... line-height: 21.299999237060547px;">Once the washing was all finished, we continued on through the amazingly scenic Cairngorms National Park to Blair Atholl. The castle here is the seat of the Duke of Atholl, head of the Murray Clan, and sits in 108 square miles above the river at the end of Glen Garry. We toured the 30 rooms that are open to the public, which present a wonderful picture of ...

Battles and Bottles‏

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 02, 2014

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The rash on Charlie's arms has thankfully started to abate, but now it's his legs that are the problem. So another uncomfortable night (for both of us!) but his stomach seems to be getting a bit better thank goodness!
This morning we visited the Culloden battlefield, the site of the last pitched battle on British soil, and one of the most defining moments in Scottish history. ...

Goodbye Edinburgh, hello Inverness

A travel blog entry by cdesnoyers on May 25, 2014

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... decorated differently than the other, but each had so much detail. In each hallway and most rooms, hundreds of deer skulls and antlers were on the walls. It looked a lot better than I'm making it sound haha. One of the final rooms we saw was the China Room. All four walls of this room were covered from top to bottom in different china plates and cups. The most breakable room I've ever been in. It was after ...

Nine of diamonds

A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 06, 2013

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... the Highland charge which caused panic amongst the Government troops on several occasions. BPC and his army advanced as far as Derby in December 1745 before deciding that, with two small Government forces behind him and an unknown number in front, it was prudent to withdraw back to Scotland. This they did, reaching Inverness in January 1746. Cumberland pursued and finally faced BPC's army of ~5500 men with a force of ~7500 men. Interestingly, the Jacobite force comprised ...