Crown Hotel Guesthouse

Address: 19 Ardconnel Street, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV2 3EU , United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 19 Ardconnel Street, 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

    Fort William to Inverness.

    A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 12, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Weather overcast, cool. Travellers full of porridge Before we left Fort William we visited the Museum of the Highlands in the Main Street. Full of interesting exhibits, stories and artefacts that reinforced once again how turbulent the past has been for the Scots. They are a brave and hardy lot, surviving clan clashes, religious disputes, the Jacobite uprisings, the clearances when so many ...


    A travel blog entry by gaosborne on Aug 09, 2015

    20 photos

    ... a drive over to Fortrose on the Moray Firth where a walk along the pebbled beach bought us to a display of Dolphins prancing out of the water. Rain threatened in the distance but managed to stay away. A lovely afternoon & made even more special by dinner at a wonderful restaurant overlooking the River Ness. (The Kitchen). This was followed by a long walk following the River Ness. A wonderful time was spent over the last week as we shared our experiences with cousin Helen. ...

    Scotsmen, Romans and Vikings

    A travel blog entry by schneider_hols on Jun 29, 2015

    41 photos

    ... recipe can only be sold in Scotland as it has been banned in most other countries! Let's just say the warning came too late and rang very true...the kids went crazy.   Our visit back to Glasgow saw us detour through St Andrews, the home of Golf and the place where Prince William met Kate! We were lucky enough to discover that the British open would be played there in only a couple of weeks time so we were able to see the amazing set up around the course. ...

    The Orkney Islands-Layers of History

    A travel blog entry by bronjack on Aug 31, 2014

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... earliest period when stone implements were used-
    Middle Stone Age-Mesolithic-10 000 to 4 000 BC, when people lived as hunter-gathers
    New Stone Age-Neolithic-4 000 to 2500 BC-Where farming became more of a way of life.

    Bronze Age-
    2500-1300 BC

    Iron Age-
    1300 BC-700 AD (Pictish Community 1000BC to early AD, Vikings arrived around 700 AD)
    The Iron Age is also when alphabetic characters were developed, with ...

    Every ending is a new beginning

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on May 11, 2014


    ... bus. I saw Katie wipe a tear from her eye...well I think that's what she did, so I sent her a message saying 'don't cry. I love you!'. Seeing her cry (against my instructions further more!) And not being able to give her a hug...that was the hardest thing ever.  My tears went for a bit there too, until the granite city called Aberdeen was behind me and that is me now.  On a bus. On my way to Inverness on the next leg of my adventure.  I have a ...