Kinkell House

Address: 11 Old Edinburgh Road, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 11 Old Edinburgh Road, Inverness, is near River Ness, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, James Pringle Weavers, and William Morrison Jeweller's.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Kinkell House Inverness

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Travel Blogs from Inverness

Day Nine Edinburgh to Inverness

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

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... three hour drive to Inverness. The scenery was brilliant and it is interesting to see how many places around Newcastle and the Hunter Valley have the names of Scottish towns and cities. We are staying right on Loch Ness and are looking forward to a cruise on the Loch and a visit to Urquart Castle tomorrow. The food here was pretty good and Tina not being a scotch drinker, enjoyed the couple that she tried tonight. And yep they had Haggis on the menu, but I passed this ...

CAIRNGORm Mountain

A travel blog entry by piperwg on Nov 25, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

The 7:14 train to Stirling then change to the Inverness train arriving Aviemore about 10AM. Bus up to the mountain then funicular railway to the top. We had only been there about 15 mins when it snowed. What a treat since we didn't expect it and it gave ...

Isle of Skye to Contin

A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 19, 2014

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... have been built and re-built as the feudal history of Scotland unfolded through the centuries. Partially destroyed in a Jacobite uprising in 1719, Eilean Donan lay in ruins for the best part of 200 years until Lieutenant Colonel John MacRae-Gilstrap bought the island in 1911 and proceeded to restore the castle to its former glory. After 20 years of toil and labour the castle was re-opened in 1932. ...

Bittersweet tour of battlefields and familial home

A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 19, 2014

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... to see how it would have been to live here 500 years ago.

After Urquart, we headed back up the A82 to Inverness and then to Culloden. (Free entry at Culloden thanks to membership of the Australian National Trust)

The battlefield of Culloden was a very sad and stirring place to visit. We joined a guided tour, which is probably the best way to appreciate the site. The battle was significant to the Scottish in that it was a bloody defeat ...

Day Four

A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 25, 2014

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... elected to sit in.  When our guide asked for volunteers, Brody offered to try out the seat on behalf of the group.  Though he claimed that he didn’t feel or sense anything, the chapel certainly had an eerie feel. The tour included other stops in the billiard room/library, the Queen Mother’s sitting room, the Queen Mother’s bedroom, the King’s study and the armoury.  Each room proved to be fascinating and the sheer age of the furnishings ...