Woodlands Guest House

Address: East Lewiston , Drumnadrochit, Loch Ness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV63 6UJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on East Lewiston , Drumnadrochit, is near Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness 2000 Exhibition Centre, Corrimony Chambered Cairn, and Village Green.
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A travel blog entry by darylheather on Jul 23, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

As the title suggests the day was mostly travel. With the bright morning Daryl got enthused to walk up to Calton Hill to take in some great views all around. Dropped into an old cemetery on the way back and chanced upon finding Robbie Burns mausoleum, now occupied by a homeless person. So much for one of the national heroes! We picked up another …

Scotland the Brave

A travel blog entry by mmtravelworld on Sep 12, 2015

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... where we stopped for a whiskey tasting experience which is the highest and coldest distillery in Scotland, apparently under snow for 6 months of the year.
We drove along the less travelled roads and took a couple of detours over farm roads which lead us to the Macpherson monument which has a stone to mark the centre of Scotland which overlooks the upper Spey valley.
The country side is really beautiful and the local people are really friendly. Travelling by car ...

Experiencing History

A travel blog entry by zolina on Aug 18, 2015

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... It's famous from the play Macbeth, which took place in Inverness. The castle itself isn't in the play, but the three witches predict that Macbeth will be granted the title "Thane of Cawdor." Interestingly, Macbeth was actually a real person, however Cawdor Castle didn't exist until 300 years later.

The castle was originally a four-story tower house, built around 1400, with the entrance on the second floor. A wooden stairway could be pulled up, making it ...

Epilogue on Loch Ness (I)

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Sep 28, 2014

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... that tough trade-off between admiring the scenery and road safety.

Passing Loch Lomond and Tyndrum we arrive at Rannoch Moor which today broods under swirling clouds with Buchaille Etive Mor, the herdsman of the mountains, presiding over its northern end. The road bends round into Glencoe, and a shaft of sunshine stabs down into the Lairig Gartain: every tree and bush growing in the shelter of the ravine stands ...

Looking for Nessie

A travel blog entry by coe on Mar 26, 2014

2 comments, 31 photos

... we started looking around the mansion, I had to agree with the students. I grabbed a sheet with the history of the mansion. At one point, Kelly and I learned that the house had been purchased by a very religious group from America who had erected a barbed wire fence all around the estate. We were informed that no one was allowed to enter the estate and no one ever really left the estate. This apparently went on for years. The keys and locks on all the doors were also really odd. ...