Kincraig Castle Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ross and Cromarty
... s more modern than the other castles we've seen and I think it serves some government purpose today. Right next to the castle is the Castle Tavern. We go in there for our dinner and drinks. After dinner we head to a top bar called Hootenannies. It's supposed to have Scottish music everyday! We walk in and people are eating dinner. Oh yea, it's only 6:30pm and the music doesn't start til 9:30. Damn. We have a drink then head back to the hotel to ...
... After watching a demonstration of how the Highlanders would have dressed and fought we realized we had more to do that day and drove on. Going through Inverness was less of a hassle than I'd expected. The SatNav system in our car took us by a direct route through the town and onto the road to Loch Ness. Soon we were zipping the 14 miles down the north shore of the Loch to Drumnadrochit, where our evening's B&B was located. Just 2 miles past the ...
... of a sighting but, like so many others, are unable to share it with the rest of the world.
The Highlands have really been cool. I mean literally cool. The daily high is about 55 to 57 degrees F. and there is rain virtually every day. The joke here is that summer happened last Tuesday but you had to be paying close attention because it didn't last all day. The locals laugh the scarcity of sunshine off, but everyone hurries to take advantage of ...
... scene of the murder of King Duncan by the Gaelic King Mac Bethad which took place in the 11th century and is immortalised in Shakespeare's play Macbeth. The population is about 80,000 inhabitants and is rated as Scotland's top city for quality of life. It is also the start of the 97 kms long Caledonian Canal which was opened in 1822 - Thomas Telford being the designer. It links Inverness on the east side of Scotland with ...
... and I mean capacity...there isn't a seat to be found. As we pull out of the parking lot to make our way to Inverness...the bus hits a small car turning in. The bus pulls over and the driver gets out. No injuries for sure, cause it was such a light tap that we in the bus didn't even know someone got hit. Apparently he just knocked the headlight out of the car. Within minutes the driver is back on the bus and we're off. Hmmm, I guess the tour company owner was going ...