Loch Ness Country House Hotel at Dunain Park
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... Nessie tour happening at 1pm. Went back to the apartment and after breakfast explored around the Abbey a little more, found the monks burial ground at the back near the Loch behind some hedges, it was a little spooky even in the daylight. After lunch went around to the boat in the canal and thought we might be the only customers when all of a sudden 3 or 4 mini buses pulled up with tourists from Edinburgh , and then we were about ...
We arrived at our accommodation after driving through the Highlands and plenty of snow. The Highland Club is an old converted Abbey . We were in the old school house in self contained accommodation but with access to the old Abbey and its surrounds. We have two nights stay here and that is a bit of a relief, not having to move on in the morning. Nessie hunting is on the agenda for ...
... centre at 'top of the High Street'. Walked through the Victoria Market - found some more cross stitch kits for Cheryl. Paid princely sum of $1.50 for parking and headed back to Beauly in fading afternoon light. Finally got a chance to do a walk through Beauly. Highlight is the old priory and church grounds. Looked over the River Beauly where annual fishing rights cost $50 000 and a limit of ten day licences are $10 each and sold on ...
... in the good sunlight. Heading eastward with the sun light quickly fading despite it being only 15.00. Called in for a few groceries at Drumnadrochit and then drove home in twilight via Cannich - the other end of the circuit the lodge is located on. Home just on dark. Cold walk to take rubbish to communal wheelie bins for collection tomorrow. Car showed 2° when we pulled up. Got log fire going and then Cheryl thankfully cut my hair - bit cold ...
... where pancakes are a normal thing to eat ALL DAY LONG. Now for anyone who knows what I like in the morning, pancakes are right up there with bacon. You can get pancakes in the bakery section, wrapped up in a bag like you were buying bagels! It's amazing. There are even microwaves so you can heat them up. Ashee was a happy little girl.
On the way through the Highlands we stopped at a 12th century castle ruins. It was just the perimeter of the castle that remains, ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking