Ravenscourt House Hotel

Address: Seafield Avenue, Grantown-on-Spey, Badenoch and Strathspey, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH263JG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Seafield Avenue, 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

      Bonfire Night

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... it burned, then fireworks followed! Here's some pics. Must say I'll miss Inverness - it has been a very special place to visit. Must give thanks to my sister who suggested that I couldn't go to Scotland without visiting the Highlands. Nic, you were right! Edinburgh ...

      I found her....

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... in its own way, as the unruined Cardiff Castle, which I loved. Finally, was the Loch Ness exhibition. Guided through 6 rooms, it showed the history of Nessie sightings and all subsequent attempts to verify her existence. Suffice to say while I don't believe (controversial I know), there still isn't enough scientific evidence to absolutely disprove her either. The bus ride back included more towns and facts about Inverness ...

      Fort George , Inverness.

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 31, 2014

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      ... then to look at Sueno's Stone. 6.5 metre high stone monolith, enclosed in glass, dating from about 900 AD. Supposedly the carvings all over it depict the victory of the Scots over the Picts. Amazing carvings of men, horses and even the decapitated losers. Then we went to Fort George. Situated on a headland overlooking the sea and the Moray Firth, constructed in the 1760s, Fort George is "the ...

      Exploring glens & lochs, and searching for Nessie

      A travel blog entry by fendall on Jul 25, 2013

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      ... Coral, it smelled terrific.

      From there we got back on the bus, and began to climb ever so higher to a place known as Rannoch Moor. This was a bogy moorland to the west of Loch Rannoch, notable for its wildlife. It consists of 500 desolate square miles, where you could see white flowers growing here and there. Carmel referred to them as Bog Cotton. Robert de Bruce is said to have fled either here or off the north coast of Ireland, I ...

      Mountain hike and whisky tour

      A travel blog entry by yvonne.shimek on Aug 31, 2012

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      ... donned hats, glove, and I put on rain paints since I had on hiking shorts. Smart move because the weather is changeable on the mountain. Our guides,Susan and Allan tell us all about the fragile environment and the local flora and fauna. If you rode up on the funicular, you have to stay in the building unless you are on a guide walk. That is the national parks way of keeping the area from being ...