Pitfaranne Guest House

Address: 57 Crown St., IV2 3AY, Scotland, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 57 Crown St., IV2 3AY, Scotland, Inverness, is near River Ness, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, James Pringle Weavers, and William Morrison Jeweller's.
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    A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Oct 22, 2015

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    Edinburgh was an overnight stop-off for us before we head north into the Scottish Highlands. Breakfast on Wednesday morning offered the same food as the other hotels we had stayed in with one exception - Black Pudding. Chris added a piece of Black Pudding to her plate but Bruce decided that it wasn’t something he was going to eat.

    After breakfast we walked the kilometre to the Hertz Office where we picked up the hire car we ...

    CCCI -Clava Cairns, Cawdor, Culloden, & Inverness

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Aug 18, 2015

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    ... so we didn't have to wait long before one came across the trestle.

    Our next stop was Cawdor Castle. Cawdor is another name for Calder, they are interchangeable. If you remember Macbeth, it was set in Scotland and he was called the Thane of Cawdor. However, this castle did not exist in the days of Shakespeare's Macbeth. But Macbeth really did exist as did Duncan. Cawdor Castle is still lived in 7 months of the year by ...

    Fort George , Inverness.

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 31, 2014

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    ... of Georgian military architecture in Britain" and still a working army base. We walked and climbed around. Looked at the views and took in the atmosphere of the site, including barrack rooms with life size soldier models, a collection of Georgian weaponry, and a really good museum of the Queen's Highlander regiments. Ran out of time again and left as they closed. Drove to a camp site near ...

    Tales of Castles, Battles and the "Monster"

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 12, 2014

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    ... of the setting sun on the summer solstice. The third was an elevated platform which may have been a place for ceremonies. The structures were ringed by henges and standing stones, including a cleft stone reminiscent of that described in the Outlander book. I hadn’t known about the book series before this trip – now I’ll have to read them!

    Our last stop was Culloden Moor, site of the 1746 battle where ...

    The Woman on the Platform

    A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Oct 09, 2013

    ... be left alone!?

    The train arrives and we manage to get on only to be confronted, yet again, with the incredible human condition of indifference. Two young lads, about nineteen years old, tanned, handsome, sporting identical work shirts for Scottish Hydro; either side of a four-seater table, both with their feet up, one ear-phone in; just exuding I-don’t-give-a-damn-ness. The woman is begging, between little jumps of pain, for them ...