Mardon Guest House

Address: 37 Kenneth Street, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV3 5DH, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 37 Kenneth Street, Inverness, is near River Ness, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, Leakey's Second-hand Bookshop, and James Pringle Weavers.
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      Travel Blogs from Inverness

      Fort Augustus

      A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Jan 21, 2015

      14 photos

      We arrived at Fort Augustus on Loch Ness.

      This unit is the best it has a heated pool, a pool table and ping pong.
      There is also a gym, and finally SNOW.

      There is a also a soccer field full of snow and a garden next to Loch Ness.
      I started to build a snowman. But it was to hard. So I gave up.

      Also I forgot to say that our apartment was an old armory area that we live in.

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      Scottish Highlands

      A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Jan 21, 2015

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... a kids quiz. This could be my favourite castle yet.

      Our stay also included a visit to the official Loch Less Museum.
      I thought with the kids this would be really interesting.
      But do not go here.

      If you want to believe in Nessie it will crush the mysterious and magical myth of the monster. It breaks everything down and gives all the science ...

      Fort Augustus

      A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Jan 21, 2015

      14 photos

      ... and sister and I to play with.

      Ok this is our second last day here and we went to Loch Ness museum.
      It just told us about what kinds of fish where there that Nessie could eat, it was mostly plankton. It also told us on how they found out how deep it is and every thing like that.

      To sum up scotland I really enjoyed it because of all the unusual highland cows and all the snow.
      This is a really cool ...

      The Death of the Jacobites

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jun 25, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... Culloden and head to Culloden Battlefield, the site of the last stand of the Jacobite Rebellion. It's a moor, of tall grasses, overplayed with wild flowers swaying in the breeze like a flag covering the battlefield. The visitor center tells the story of the battle and Jacobites. Kaeleb actually listens attentively to Elizabeth's history lesson as we walk around the battlefield, the red English flags and blue Jacobin flags flapping in the constant breeze. Julian listens eagerly ...

      Scenic Day 16

      A travel blog entry by jas20j on May 15, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the importance of the ˜wee dram for the local economy. We made a stop at Spreyside cooperage to see the ancient art of barrel making. Each year, it produces and repairs nearly 150,000 oak casks used by the surrounding distilleries. The coopers are paid per cask making up to 3 casks per hour. They are amongst the highest paid workers in Scotland. The tour took us upstairs to a first ...