Glendoune B&B

Address: 24 Perceval Road, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV3 5QE, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 24 Perceval Road, Inverness, is near River Ness, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, Leakey's Second-hand Bookshop, and James Pringle Weavers.
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    A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Oct 22, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the car to return to the hotel and a warm room but before we got thee we decided to visit a large retail complex just up the road from the hotel so we went to see what type of shops it contained. It reminded us of Cambridge with more shops, including clothing stores and, like Cambridge, each shop was separate.

    We hope the wind is a little less boisterous tomorrow as we intend to visit some of the sites on the shores of Loch Ness.

    Scotland the Brave

    A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Sep 12, 2015

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    ... still haunt the underground vaults.

    Thursday was a great day trip to St Andrews which was organised by Trac's friend of 38 years, Theresa. We took a train from Edinburgh to Livingston where Theresa collected us at the train station and took us back to her house before driving us to St Andrews the "Home of golf". They have 7 golf courses to chose from should you wish to play golf.
    Stopped at a farm stall along the way to buy fresh strawberries which ...

    Glenfiddich Tour on way to Inverness

    A travel blog entry by joeandsally on Aug 07, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... generations down and they are still operating on the same premises as where they started in 1886 when the first whisky was poured on xmas day 1887! They operate all year round and import the barley from all over the world for this to happen unlike other distilleries who close down in winter. They have built many more warehouses for the thousands of barrels to ferment and we learnt that if anyone tells you they have tasted ...

    The Woman on the Platform

    A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Oct 09, 2013

    ... train ticket…doesn’t remember if she actually has one, doesn’t remember how she got to the station; doesn’t actually know what day it is, she thinks it’s September.

    Eventually, we discover that she was assaulted three weeks before, had reported it to the police, had fallen and hit her head that same day and, after ten minutes of sifting through disjointed memories, she remembered that she lived in Kirkvale, Nairn. ...

    The Whisky Trail

    A travel blog entry by burkley on Aug 09, 2013

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... at a distillery now. The distilleries actually share their barrels in case of fire to ensure each can continue their lines. The final part of the tour was a tasting and I thoroughly enjoyed tasting the 15 and 18 year old. I also learnt how a few drops of filtered water actually adds to the aroma and flavours that you can pick up due to the addition of oxygen. Handing the driving over to Maddie we drove onto another famous distillery just outside of ...