Carisbrooke Guest House

81 Kenneth Street, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV3 5QQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 81 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

In search of Nessie

A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 11, 2014

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... was in the late 1980s that the distillery decided to use their own branding.

The barrel room has lots of standard whisky in barrels. It must be 3 years old to be considered Scotch Whisky, then it can be aged different ages in the barrels. (the age refers to time in the barrel not the bottle)

the oldest barrel of whisky they have on site is from 1967! They are planning on bottling and selling it when it turns 50. Someone buy me a bottle of that for my ...

Time for Another Castle - and More Fish!‏

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 03, 2014

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... Highland life from the 16th century to the present day. The vaulted-ceilinged ballroom was the only room we were permitted to take photos in; there are literally hundreds of stags antlers adorning the walls here. The current duke visits the castle annually to inspect the Atholl Highlanders, Britain's only private army, which was given its colours by Queen Victoria in appreciation of their services. ...

Battles and Bottles‏

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 02, 2014

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... a really excellent visitor centre, which tells the story of the events leading up to it and the battle itself, from both the Jacobites' and the Government's perspectives, and we saw a very graphic - and very moving - video reconstruction of the battle (we were surrounded by screens on all 4 sides). Then we walked the battlefield itself, with a very good audioguide explaining all the sites we stopped at. It seemed ...

Every ending is a new beginning

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on May 11, 2014

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It's a very odd feeling waking up, and knowing that the moment you take that blanket off...you won't be using it again. In fact the moment you get out of the warmth, it's gone. I knew that I was leaving today. Goodness help me if I forgot yet another bus!!! I was treated to a lovely extravagant breakfast of toast this morning by my girl Katie.  And while I was getting through my head that I was leaving, I got given a gift. Thankfully nothing I need ...

Cairngorms national park- Inverness

A travel blog entry by crazydutchmumma on Jul 22, 2013

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... had cycled from Dover up to Whitby to miss the Pennines and found Scotland easy to navigate. Then we stop at Culloden the site of the Culloden battle and visit the museum. This is where the Scottish Jacobites who supported James as King, tried to drive out the English with a devastating loss at Culloden. Final stop is Inverness the capital of the highlands on the Moray Firth. Prince William and Kate had their first son today, born at 4.24pm, 8lbs ...