Water's Edge

Address: Canonbury Terrace, Fortrose, Ross and Cromarty, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV10 8TT, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Canonbury Terrace, Fortrose, is near Fort George.
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    Travel Blogs from Fortrose

    A very great day!

    A travel blog entry by drlorid on Apr 12, 2015

    ... We ended off the night by watching the Masters 3rd round. There was a beer fest and band playing in the hotel bar, but we were so tired (and I had no clean clothes!), we couldn't drag ourselves off the beds! Today was a much better day! We started with breakfast in the hotel restaurant and then made out way to Castle Stuart Golf Course for our first round of the trip. The course was so quiet, we didn't see another group all ...

    Day 158 Edinburgh day 3 (Loch ness tour)

    A travel blog entry by iancarmen on Sep 09, 2014

    91 photos



    Today was another tour day, but earlier then yesterday. I got up at 6.40am, showered, dressed, then got ready for the day. I was too early for breakfast at the hostel, so i left the hostel, walked down the royal mile, crossed the bridge and went to the Rabbies tour office. I checked in and got some breakfast at their cafe. A coffee and a bagel. Soon my tour was called and i meet the guide – Heather. We walked up to the mini bus and left Edinburgh.

    Along the ...

    The Incredible Orkneys

    A travel blog entry by rjbitcheno on Jun 08, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... time to come. First of all, they had run out of peat so were just burning wood, secondly the two folk stories took 40 minutes each without a break which stretched our brains somewhat (they didn't have a break because I'm sure most of the people would have left after the first story!!). It was a most bizarre evening.

    On our final morning we had to be up and away very early to catch our ferry at 7.30 am.

    Love Robyn & Jon





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    Day 165 - 12 August - Jenny's drive

    A travel blog entry by wagaitwanderers on Aug 12, 2011

    13 photos

    ... over the Falls of Measach. There is a suspension bridge which I bravely crossed - it moved - so a bit daunting. Walked down the side of the gorge and came across a small viewpoint. Awesome, wandered back up and back over the bridge.

    Drove on and then strangely for Scotland I came across more water. Black water, really dark, dark river ...

    Sightseeing between showers

    A travel blog entry by jadeandpaz on Jul 09, 2011

    4 comments

    ... stunning. There was a folly which looked out over a waterfall which was particularly pretty. The folly had a sign by the door saying to open it, but it was a strange door in the fact that it was sort of camouflaged. There's no one else in sight, the setting is sort of spiritual and there is an eerie feel in the air....Paris goes to open the door and jumps a mile in the air as the door appeared to open of it's own accord! The look on her face was a picture, and so ...