Forsinard Hotel

Address: Forsinard, Forsinard, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW13 6YT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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    Drumnadrocht to Thurso

    A travel blog entry by gerognome on Jun 18, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    Well after a great deal of looking around we finally found the famous pub in Dumnadrochit. We had to try a couple, but eventually we got it right. The give away was the cardboard take away cups. It turns out that there is no such beer called The Black Kelpie and never has been Lamby! I think the beer that you were drinking was called Black Kelp. This has not bee made for quite some time now, but it is the closest thing we could find to Black Kelpie. We had a good night at the ...

    To the North!

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 09, 2013

    17 photos

    ... hurry. It turned out that it was to catch the few taxis all lined up; many train passengers were trying to get to Scrabster for the afternoon ferry. We and a party of very fat and extremely grumpy Americans just missed getting cabs, but we found a map and saw a street with the same name as our B&B. Just to be sure, I called for directions and we set off.

    We had hardly crossed the road than a car drew up next to me and a nice-looking man said, "Mandi? I'm Raymond, hop in!" ...

    Jimmy's coastal walk : Day 47

    A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on Jul 06, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... on my way. Most of the day would be on the road arond the long inlet of Loch Eriboll. It was cloudy but mild. The persistent wind was in my face to start with, becoming a tailwind as I turned at the head of the loch. The landscape was much more subdued compared to the previous day. After a couple of miles I walked out over a tombolo (a good word for crosswords and Scrabble and nothing to do with raffles) to a former island. Here a small pier served a series of ...

    The gathering discovers caithness

    A travel blog entry by felicityseeker on Jul 25, 2012

    21 photos

    ... again to Dirlot castle which was a small fortress associated with Clan Gunn, the remains are part of a stone wall built on a raised rock in the bend of a river, nearby is an old cemetry with a number of memorials of interest to some clan members. On preparing to leave this sight the bus broke a radiator/ coolant line and became unusable so we had to wait until a replacement coach could be transfered fron Thurso which took around 30 minutes ...

    Day 94 - Waves of Irony

    A travel blog entry by jonathanashleyr on Aug 09, 2010

    ... There seem to be very very few old houses still in good repair and it's ironic that this is flow country, as the new flows in and replaces the old. At one point caught sight of the North Sea and it suddenly dawned on me, that I was almost there. 10 Minutes later, with the realisation brewing in my mind, the emotion came in waves and it was a good few minutes before my vision was clear again. It felt ...