The Crossburn

Address: Smerral, Latheronwheel, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW5 6DW, United Kingdom | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Latheronwheel

    Scotland - highland cattle and Dunnet Head

    A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Sep 03, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... to New Zealand. We drove on thru Borgie and Borgie Glen where there was evidence of peat having been dug up for fires. I guess when you have no wood to burn, peak is a few million years off being coal, and if you dry it out enough it will burn. We called at the Strathnaver museum, a converted church in the middle of an old graveyard. The majority of the gravestones were MacKay, with a few Magivor, Ross, Murray, Lindsay, Donnelly and Mackenzie, but by far the majority ...

    Up over for us down unders!

    A travel blog entry by begone on Aug 14, 2014

    7 comments, 2 photos

    ... devoured anything they could find. Pity the poor fellow who happened to walk too close to the bag of hot chips they had in their sights - as aggressive as a breeding magpie!
    But We have to tell you, we had the most delicious dinner so far in the UK in a small, second floor corner restaurant in Inverness last night. Mushroom soup that must have had mushrooms growing in it, it was so true to taste, smoked Scottish salmon, honey glazed goats cheese and calamari rings that were so crunchy ...

    Train through the Highlands

    A travel blog entry by mimster919 on Apr 14, 2014

    1 photo

    ... a rough crossing though, with all three of us feeling fairly green by the end. It was surprising because the weather was fine and the sea looked deceptively calm. Last night I saw some old letters from my great-grandma's time, including one written to her by my dad as a 7-year old, and one from her to my grandma about news from the farm. There is a treasure trove of family memorabilia there to be sorted through one ...

    Grey cairns and silver darlings

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Jul 30, 2013

    10 photos

    ... and interesting talk, well worth a donation to the upkeep in their collecting box.

    It's getting late and we head towards Wick. Our last stop of the day is at Noss Head where we are able to visit the ruined Castle Sinclair Giringoe. It makes a spectacular silhouette against the blackening clouds on the horizon. A history of the castle along with sketches of how it would have looked are placed along the way. We also observe a peregrine falcon as it swoops past ...

    Happy Hogmonay

    A travel blog entry by jeandregericke on Jan 02, 2013

    11 photos

    ... would put it, they were "planting seeds" whether the Scottish folks knew it or not. However, they seemed to be very keen on watering the seeds with lots and lots of whiskey! Dad and Uncle Johan have been cleverly attempting to avoid the countless offers of drinks and refills from the very friendly people. All the Scottish people we have met have been so friendly and talkative" Dad says that giving whiskey is a part of their culture, a way of honouring a friend ...