Cuil-an-Daraich Guest House
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- Pets allowed
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... film on the history of the castle that was very interesting and then we walked down the side of the hill and into the ruins. The ruins are quite extensive with a number of story boards to explain where you are and how the various areas of the castle were set up.
We left the castle and drove about two miles back towards Inverness to a town called Drumnadrochit to visit the Loch Ness exhibition centre. The centre was very well set up and in small groups we ...
Fish and Chip stop for dinner.
This is a nice little town where most tour buses stop before their journey back to Glasgow.
If you are looking for Fish 'N' Chips, Sweets, ice cream or coffee then you have a huge selection in this town as that is basically all they offer.
Nice to look around
... and eat the chocolate. This was a delicious pairing. The milkiness from the chocolate eased the whisky burn. The package also came with a take-home glass, which is what we really wanted! After our tasting, we get back on the road towards Pitlochry. We arrive in this cute town and find our hotel. We check in and decide to walk around. We walk along the River Tummel towards the Pitlochry Dam. It's a dam between the river and Loch Faskally. The lake/river is huge! We walk across ...
... upstream to spawn. They created a fish ladder on the side of the dam which allows the salmon to move upstream safely and in stages, providing rest areas on the way. It was really interesting even though we only saw a couple of salmon, most having already completed the journey during summer. Great views of the area were obtained while walking across the dam wall. Once back in town we drove a few kilometres to Moulin a very small town east of Pitlochry. It is noted for its 300 year ...
... similar to Downton Abbey. It is a private residence not open for tours and you're unable to see it from the drive it is on, so our only hope was good weather, few leaves on the trees, and hoping Helen could find a spot to pull over on the narrow roads once we got a clear view of it across Loch Lagan. All of the stars aligned (or was it all Helen?) and we had a terrific shot of what Dave and I know as Glen Bogle House. Then a little further down the road we were able to see ...