Castle View Guesthouse

Address: 2a Ness Walk, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV3 5NE, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2a Ness Walk, Inverness, is near River Ness, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, James Pringle Weavers, and William Morrison Jeweller's.
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    Travel Blogs from Inverness

    Nessie

    A travel blog entry by kimberlymorgan on Jul 11, 2015

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... Ratagan Pass. This is supposedly the best views of Scotland. We got lucky and got there when there was a break from the rain. This viewpoint looks over Loch Duich and the Five Sisters of Kintail. It was incredible! After Ratagan's pass, we head back down the road that cuts through mountains and fields of green to the small village of Glenelg. It was so pretty. So much sheep on the hills. At the end of the road we reach the Glenelg Brochs. Brochs ...

    Seaside to Loch Ness

    A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jul 02, 2015

    14 photos

    ... the sandy shore enjoying the mild sunny morning. We've been told that this part of Scotland see a lot more sun and a lot less rain than the northeast and south. Back in our car, we drove to the site of a 50+ year old eco-community, Findhorn Foundation. Here, people who want to live in better harmony with nature and engage in a search for inner fulfillment gathered in the last decades of the 20th century, formed a community, built homes, raised their ...

    By the Sea

    A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jul 01, 2015

    6 photos

    ... losing his job when the boat's owner could no longer compete with the larger vessels being introduced. A combination of overfishing and rising sea temps caused a collapse of the cod populations and economic ruin for the fishing industry in Lossiemouth. It was a tough life and often short, as witnessed by the small chapel with the names and ages of local men lost at sea. Leaving Lossiemouth we drove a few miles along the coast to Burghead, ...

    Looking for Nessie

    A travel blog entry by samplum on Jul 08, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... or little creatures called pine martins. I've never heard of a pine martin but I'm certainly interested to find out what they are. It's interesting to hear about the different animals here in the UK. They love their rabbits and are even having trouble with the disease myxomatosis that is wiping out the rabbits. In Australia we introduced myxomatosis to try to get rid of the rabbits as they are pests there. Jibril ...

    Onwards and Upwards

    A travel blog entry by jillianp on May 31, 2013

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... inns. I was very tired by this time and neither
    of us was very happy.Consequently no bridge photos.
    Eventually we rang somewhere that was able to take us. They gave us directions. We
    went the long way round anyway. But at about 9 at night we found the farmhouse and
    were shown to a lovely room and an enormous bathroom. We ate the last of the
    emergency rations and went to sleep.
    Next day we set off in lovely sunshine but it didn't last. As we only ...