Grant Arms Hotel

Address: 25 The Square, Grantown-on-Spey, Badenoch and Strathspey, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH26 3HF, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 25 The Square, Grantown-on-Spey, is near Speyside Heather Garden & Visitor Centre, Strathmashie Forest, and Grantown Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Grantown-on-Spey

Day Ten - Inverness

A travel blog entry by guidos-blog on Dec 07, 2014

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Had a bit of a sleep in today and awoke to snow on the mountains across the Loch, pretty speccy. After an excellent breakfast and a couple of teas we headed off on an hour cruise on the Loch Ness. The scenery was perfect and I was the only one to venture onto the "uppers". We got back had another brew and headed to Urquart Castle for a bite of lunch then a look around the ruins. It has quite a mixed history. It was here that I realised that I no longer had any nuts as they had crawled so ...

Day Nine Edinburgh to Inverness

A travel blog entry by guidos-blog on Dec 06, 2014

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Today started off well until we got to breakfast and there was something that neither Emily or I noticed. Upon asking we were told that it was Haggis. I thought **** it, when in Rome. So I had some with breakfast and I won't be lining up for or paying to eat it again. Every Scotsman that I speak to tell me that it is the ducks guts, or in this case the sheep's guts. It was another reason for Tina and the girls to ridicule and mock me. Anyway we then headed for a bit of a ...

Hop Scotch, Butterscotch, or just plain Scotch

A travel blog entry by marknpatti on Sep 25, 2013

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... some of the huge distilling vats were made from Canadian Douglas Fir timbers. While I enjoyed the samples, my Appletons Rum is still the Nector of the Gods. On our way home we passed through a village called Abelour which was the home of Walkers shortbread. Amazing these small towns had family businesses that were successful around the world. The scenery is beautiful through out our travels, including farmland, forests and rolling ...

Exploring glens & lochs, and searching for Nessie

A travel blog entry by fendall on Jul 25, 2013

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... which she made out of a straw. It was quite thoughtful.

We crossed over to the northern side of the Lochs, and stopped at Invermoriston for pictures by the bridge over the River Moriston. In addition to the gorgeous view of the river, we spotted some of the Highland cows in the field near the coach. These are the ones, with long hair that cover their face. The ones we saw here had two different colors. One of them was black, and the two ...

Fishing villages on North Shore

A travel blog entry by yvonne.shimek on Aug 30, 2012

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... character. Crovie was the most interesting since it hangs right on the edge of the sea. We had to walk down to it. There is a path from Gardenstown to Crovie on the shore that you have to hold onto a rope to make your way. Pretty tricky in stormy conditions! We drove to a car park and walked on a better path from the top. A major storm in 1953 just about wiped the village away so now, most of the cottages are holiday rentals. You have to use a wheelbarrow ...