Carbisdale Castle

Address: Culrain, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV24 3DP, United Kingdom | Hostel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Teodorico Ravenna

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Travel Blogs from Culrain

Long Day's Journey Into Dusk

A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jul 09, 2015

13 photos

... all red (a secondary "A" road) to alternating red and black. The map key said that meant mixed two-lane and single-track road, but it should have said "Farm lane, complete with unfenced sheep and cattle pastures, potholes, one-lane bridges, and the occasional mad driver." Locals seemed to navigate these roads with aplomb, but as there were tourists on them who had never read about pulling over when the lane ahead is occupied, our progress dipped ...

Edinburgh to Inverness.

A travel blog entry by gaosborne on Jun 28, 2015

21 photos

Awake at 6 am to a rather bleak & wet morning. But hey it's SCOTLAND & it wouldn't just anything else. I think dreary weather paints a nice picture on the landscape anyway. Especially on the highlands that we'll be visiting today. Left at 8am for St. Andrews via Firth of Forth bridge. Wet & overcast as we pulled into the "home of Golf" ST ANDREWS. An hour's stop wasn't ...


A travel blog entry by kas19 on Sep 14, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... shower at some point in the day just not before breakfast!!) and then hit the road for Inverness. I felt the excitement building as we winded pasts castles and lochs. Finally were saw it the Loch Ness. It is very impressive and carries the allure of mystery. I had my eyes glued to the window hoping for a glimpse of Nessie. Just past Loch Ness we arrived at our B&B in Inverness. At ...

Jimmy's coastal walk : Day 60

A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on Apr 09, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

Day 60

The overnight rain continued all day. It was suggested that I have a rest day. If I'd been facing another day on featureless moorland I might have been tempted. However I knew that most of the next section would be on tarmac and I might as well be walking in the rain as sitting indoors annoyed that I wasn't making progress.
It was Margot's turn to drive me to the start. It seemed ironic that she had to drive me beyond Tuesday's starting ...

An Excellent Drive

A travel blog entry by jandmtravel on Jul 10, 2013

23 photos

... was free camping above the beach and had a great view. The camp at Durness had a similar view plus a near by pub. After this the road turns south toward the west coast. We stopped often at one of the many passing bays or viewing areas - there was alot of great scenery with tall, bare mountains and lochs. Although quite a few other vehicles would be at these places there wasn't much traffic on the road. We also noticed that there are hardly any public walking tracks like there are ...

Traveler Photos Teodorico Ravenna

Carbisdale Castle in the dark
Culrain, United Kingdom
Main hall way at Carbisdale Castle
Culrain, United Kingdom
The dorm at Carbisdale Castle
Culrain, United Kingdom