Loch Ness Country House Hotel at Dunain Park
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... postal address, which entitles them to be members of Royal Dornoch Golf Club. The house our parents built, called Earls Cross, was absolutely cutting edge in the late 1950s but from the outside it now looks a tad dated, but it certainly was a curiosity in Dornoch I reckon. It looks straight out over the golf course and the Dornoch Firth, but there are now ...
... from all around the world, it was a bit depressing to see so many animals stuffed & mounted - a real eye opener. After that we went and looked around the castle - like a lot of places you aren't allowed to take photos inside, they want you to buy the book ( and we did ). The castle is still owned by the family, that shows how much money is still in the family, normally they hand the properties over to the national trust because they can't afford to keep running them
I took a paid Rabbies two day tour up to Inverness and back after Glasgow. There was a lot of beautiful scenery and stops along the way.
We went on a short hike at one of the first stops to where a few of the tallest trees in the UK, it's hard to see in the photos but the trees are absolutely massive, the tallest ones being over 200ft ...
... Chris walk back to get it and I meet him out front of the restaurant with the car. This seemingly "brilliant" idea soon manifests into a 30 minute stressful drive trying vainly to navigate with only the gps and no navigator while the boys grow ever more rowdy in the back seat, through narrow streets many of which are closed due to construction that google maps directs me to turn on. I finally manage, after driving through what ordinarily would be ...
... Heaps of tourists buses stopped for a look though - about 20 - and several boats on the lake. Arrived in Oban about 6pm. Took us sometime to find our B&B, The Old Manse. Greeted warmly and an hour later with a dinner recommendation, were on our way down the lane ways. Oban is a very pretty town - population around 8,000, on the coast. So far very impressed.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility