Loch Ness Country House Hotel at Dunain Park
Travel Blogs from Inverness
... does not seem to bother her and more importantly the brakes appear to be unaffected by the rain - no fade. I am using the handbrake to supplement the footbrake on the steeper down grades - got a 20% a few days ago - as I seem to get more ...
Drive from Pitlochry to Nairne via A 924, A 93, A939 through Grampian Mountains. Several first gear hills with quite a few narrow passes and bridges. We were lucky not to get wet managed to slip between rainstorms and arrive in Nairne without incident. Had a really ...
... br> I spent all day at SRUC, and ended up getting a ride back to the hotel around supper from George. He let me know that if I was interested, they often take on students for a couple of weeks at a time to introduce them to this field of research. I would definitely like to take him up on that.
Today I have been on the move to Kirkwall, so took a train to Thurso. On the train I met Fiona and Marian, a daughter and her mother from New ...
... br abp="1150"> We then decided to go and see if we could spot Dolphins out by Chanonry Point. Which dues to our utter lack in tidal knowledge failed by about 8 hours.
But we did have a nice walk there through bushes that smelt like coconut and a lovely walk back along the beach. It was so nice to be on the beach again...even if it had no waves and you still needed a beanie.
We took ...
... buried the dead - the Victorians later marked the graves with headstones and erected a memorial. Next we walk to a thatched cottage on the moor which, it is believed, was used as a field hospital. The tour finishes back at the visitor centre by a commemorative wall which has 1500 bricks protruding from different parts of the wall to represent the 1500 deaths from the Jacobite army. Plus another 50 bricks to represent the British deaths. Quick cup of coffee and it's back to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility