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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    Day Ten - Inverness

    A travel blog entry by guidos-blog on Dec 07, 2014

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    ... my body. I didn't Hinkley that they would ever come back down. We got back to the Clansman Inn and had a lazy afternoon, reading, talking and re packing suitcases. Now I have eaten Black Pudding and Haggis, so I didn't think that I had too many more surprises in store. Wrong. We had a group consensus that we would go and have a feed of Chinese. We ordered the following: prawn wontons, spring rolls, special flied lice, sweet and sour pork, prawns in black bean sauce, satay chicken and ...

    Day Nine Edinburgh to Inverness

    A travel blog entry by guidos-blog on Dec 06, 2014

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    ... Edinburgh before the drive to Inverness. We ended up at Edinburgh castle and it was great to look at the history of the Scots Guards and how big a part the pipers played in their regiments. I saw a great painting which was titled the Thin Red Line, Google it I loved it. There were a few Victoria Crosses on display and I am amazed that each museum seems to have some on display, whereas ours are only displayed at the Australian War Memorial. We then loaded into the car ...

    History, walks, border collies

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... the Clans to rise to this challenge, they had won two previous battles that were largely one sided. As we walk through the woods we see places like the Stone of the Prisoners, where 17 Jacobites were lined up and shot dead. The Duke was merciless and ordered that all Clan members be killed to stop the uprising once and for all. The forest is peaceful now, but knowing the tragedy that occurred here can be eerie. The walk takes us a couple of hours and along the ...

    Inverness: The Right to Roam

    A travel blog entry by younginmotion on Dec 11, 2013

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    It is law that Scottish land belongs to the Scottish people. The Right to Roam, as it's known, says that any person traveling may camp pretty much wherever they like, and when you've seen Inverness, you will know that any backpacker's dream would be to hike the path through the highlands to ultimately reach this point. It's a beautiful concept, and this idea of freedom ...

    The Royal Yacht Britannia & The Scottish Highlands

    A travel blog entry by wgilbert on Jun 10, 2013

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    ... incredible. The dining room sat 36, took 3 hours to set the table and the cutlery was laid out using a ruler (just for you Sue E!) They even have an operating theatre on board and the laundry had 600 shirts a day put through it. From here we travelled to a wee town called Pitlochry for lunch. Very quaint and lovely architecture. We had two hours here so lots of time to walk and explore. From there we drove through the Highlands to Inverness, ...