The Nethybridge Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room
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... br> In the afternoon we went to the local Highland military tattoo, which was really enjoyable. Lots of small stalls selling local food. The emphasis on maintaining their traditions is something we have lost in SA and is truly sad when you see how proud the people here are of their heritage.
Tomorrow the plan is to take a slow drive down the side of the Loch to Glasgow which will be our last night in Scotland as we fly from Glasgow to Dublin on Monday afternoon.
... are rather lovely though, landscaped with huge trees and a herd of cream and dun Highland cattle.
We drive back through the bleak grandeur of Culloden Moor, from which the descent into Inverness is absolutely magnificent: a huge panorama over the Moray Firth to the Black Isle and the mountains beyond. The cable stayed towers of the Kessock Bridge dominate the townscape - I remember watching those towers as they first rose out of the water, from the ...
After leaving our friends in Gardenstown we travelled a short distance south to this lovely site nestled on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park. Lovely clean site with plenty of walks that unfortunately we didn't have time to explore. The town is just a short walk away. The facilities were modern and clean. Lovely site that we would love to return to in the future. Grantown-On-Spey Caravan Park Seafield Avenue, Grantown-on-Spey, PH26 3JQ ...
... my whole life. Tomorrow, I am to be moved downstairs. Greatest fear is that the new room will be worse. We are not happy Trafalgar Travellers at the moment. Tour Director was very busy on the phone and suspect there may have been a stuff up. Highlight of the day was seeing the Highland Cattle (Highland Coos) in gardens of Blair Atholl and seeing ruins of St Andrews Cathedral. Tomorrow we are off to Isle of Skye by ...
... afterwards (the Victorian ladies advocated sherry) to get rid if the foul taste! We decide to give it a miss :-)
We take the scenic back roads route back to the campsite, admiring the Fryish Monument from afar as we pass. This monument stands proud at the very top of a tall hill and can be seen for miles around. It was built for Sir Hector Munro of Novar Estate in 1782 and represents the Gate of Negapatam in Chennai (Madras), ...