Dunhallin House

Address: 164 Culduthel Road, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV2 4BH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 164 Culduthel Road, Inverness, is near Jacobite - Experience Loch Ness, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, Floral Hall, and James Pringle Weavers.
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    Fort William to Inverness.

    A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 12, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... slept most of the way! This means I missed the lochs at Fort Augustus, the lovely village of Glenormiston and a rare sighting of the Loch Ness monster. Too bad, I was tired. Our GPS kept telling us that The Royal Highland Hotel was on the railway tracks on the line from Inverness to Glasgow, but we found it nearby eventually. We have stayed in some very well preserved circa 1930 hotels so ...


    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

    ... the town's history. It turns out they were quite resourceful and made crafts from bone, wood, metal, fur, leather and horns. While we were visiting we were able to see the remains of mutilated Vikings who had been killed with an axe to the head and we were even able to see some fosilised Viking faeces (why this was in a museum we are not sure). The visit finished with a quick ride through a re-created Viking village where we could see what Viking life was all about. ...

    The Orkney Islands-Layers of History

    A travel blog entry by bronjack on Aug 31, 2014

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... Stone Age Village, occupied from around 3100 BC for approximately 500 years. Older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids-the village displayed amazing stone furniture-beds, wall units etc-it was just like looking down on the set of "The Flintstones". This village wasn't discovered until the 1850's when a huge storm disturbed the sand dunes by the sea-uncovering this ancient treasure. Close by is a ring of huge standing stones called the Ring of Brodgar, ...


    A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 01, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Left Edinburgh at 7.40am with temperature 4 degrees- very cold. Headed to St Andrews to see famous golf course. Being right on the coast the wind chill added to the low temperature and it was bitter. What a beautiful little town it is though. From there we headed up through the snow fields (some of which still had some snow) on our way to Balmoral Castle. The roads were very narrow, often only ...