Tacher Farm Bed & Breakfast

Address: Latheron, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW5 6DX , United Kingdom | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Sep 07, 2015

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Uhoh...a careful re-read of the daily programme draws my attention to some new security measures being imposed by Scottish border control...something about a passport scan before we can leave the ship but the Crew Purser is telling me I can't have my passport, that if and when he decides I need it, I can find it behind reception but not before 14.30 which is a problem because 14.30 is a ...

Orkney Islands and Thurso

A travel blog entry by redrobin52 on Aug 15, 2015

2 comments, 23 photos

... if the Queen Mother up to the time of her death. Prince Charles still uses it about 10 days a year but otherwise it's open to the public. A small castle set right by the sea, she bought it in a run down state after the death of the former king and did it up as a holiday home. It's a very homey place still full of the little funny things she liked to collect like stuffed toys and trinkets. Our Hotel in Thurso was as warned ...

Thurso to Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by traveldons on Jul 11, 2015

1 comment, 20 photos

... Americans also in a hire car. The truck driver said cars were getting through but he had water issues. The Americans decided to give it a go and made it, so we did too! At the other end they had just put up a 'road closed' sign. The joys of travel!

Pitlochry is lovely. We found the Heathergem factory and made a small puchase. It's a fascinating process for making this jewellery. First the heather is cut, then dried, dyed, glued, cut and shaped.

Pitlochry is famous for ...

Scotland Motor Homing Part 2!!!

A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 20, 2014

... after that for a bit of an explore and to find somewhere to free camp. We found a place nearby a waterfall again but this place was a bit more secluded so we were a bit nervous about it. We survived the night anyway so there turned out to be no need to worry. We got up early to head back towards Blair so we could head in and have a look at Blair Castle and the gardens. It was beautifully well looked after. They have a bagpiper play every hour on the hour and the gardens were lovely ...

Getting to the Bottom of Alba.

A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jun 13, 2014


... around 4000BCE, when the climate became cooler and wetter, allowing the (then) small areas of peat to become more general as the soil sitting on impervious Lewisian gneiss could no longer drain adequately, becoming waterlogged.

The roundhouse is, however, making a very interesting comeback within contemporary Scottish architecture. We have sighted some lovely modern homes built totally into the terrain, with turf over the roof and extensive glass towards the downslope views. ...