Melrose Villa

Address: 35 Kenneth Street, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 35 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

    Dunrobin Castle and gardens

    A travel blog entry by gayle.mclister on Jun 11, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... I was in flower heaven. Then it was back on the bus for the trip back to Inverness. We were back much earlier tonight around 6, so we've had dinner and a few drinks, Pimms tonight, really enjoyed them Lesley, thought of you while I was drinking them. Quick stop at Tescos on the way back to our room to grab some strawberries to snack on tomorrow. Nicest strawberries I've ever had, so sweet and ...

    Road to Inverness

    A travel blog entry by gayle.mclister on Jun 10, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    Yet another early start, spent until lunch travelling around the Isle of Skye, Kilt Rock, Uig, Fossil Museum in Staffin before having lunch and time for souvenir shopping in Portree. Got some cold and flu tablets, so hopefully I'll be feeling better in a day or two. Then it was time to get back on the road again, over the Skye Bridge to Kyle of Lochalsh and onto Doune Castle, sadly sun was in the wrong spot so photos didn't turn out as good as I wanted them ...

    Nessie, whiskey and Culloden = one happy Lindee

    A travel blog entry by lindeelee on Jun 07, 2015

    19 photos

    ... head into Inverness to pick the others up and then make our way to the Battlefield of Culloden.....unbelievable to be walking this field, see the clan markers. WOW. am in awe, Still can't believe I walked where they fought. Back to the Newton for a farewell dinner. A yummy meal of fish and chips, Lots of laughs and good company, though Lou and I piked pretty early, absolutely exhausted! A magnificent day, slept like a ...

    Tales of Castles, Battles and the "Monster"

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 12, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Cawdor. A castle built in the 14th century, but also a modern home, it is filled with both antiques and modern conveniences. After our tour, we had lunch in the café and then toured the lovely kitchen gardens.

    We next made our way along country lanes to Clava Cairns, three Bronze Age structures made of stone. Two of them, like those we saw in Orkney Islands, were tombs with tunnel openings designed to catch ...

    Wet and Dry in Scotland

    A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Jun 06, 2014

    5 comments, 12 photos

    ... life in the 17th and 18th Century run by a band of dedicated volunteers. The museum stretches over one mile with a vast number of individual exhibits comprising such places as The Aultlarie Station, The Smoke House, The Sweetie Shop, The Shepherd’s Bothy and Fank. We were even introduced to shinty, a form of hockey, still played in Scotland and in another form in Ireland. Well, you get the picture. In the words of Billy Connelly “Och aye! It’s ...