The Scot House Hotel and Restaurant

Address: Newtonmore Road, Kingussie, Badenoch and Strathspey, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH21 1HE, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Newtonmore Road, Kingussie, is near Highland Wildlife Park, Highland Folk Museum, Black Isle Wildlife & Country Park, and Loch Insh Watersports.
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    Travel Blogs from Kingussie

    Cows, Sheep, and Goats...oh my!

    A travel blog entry by kimberlymorgan on Jul 12, 2015

    11 photos

    ... cows! They are so cute! I was dying. This is one of the top highlights of the whole trip! We take so many pictures! Really wish there was a baby cow they are the cutest! After spending most of our time with the cows, we head over to the battlefield. It's a giant grass field that was the site of a battle between the catholic and Protestant monarchies. We next head down the street toward the Clava Cairns. This is an ancient burial site in the woods. They are large ...

    Nessie

    A travel blog entry by kimberlymorgan on Jul 11, 2015

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... and his company that he runs and personally does tours on Loch Ness all day. He's lived here all of his life and claimed to have seen some "suspicious activity" on the radar. We get on the boat and get going. It's not that cold on the boat because the sun has finally come out. Finally we get some good luck with the weather. He explains that the water is black because of all of the peat. He also says that the lake is incredibly deep and they ...

    Highland Coos and Loch Ness Monsters!

    A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 13, 2015

    ... feed bucket by a pheasant, which looked like the start of a really bad joke! Our walk was colder this time through quit a bit of snow, and there were a lot of crunchy slippery areas where the leaves and mud on the trail had started to freeze. I think they're called the Falls of Bruar because every visitor immediately exclaims 'brrrrrrrrruar!' from the cold as soon as they get there! The weather was insanely changeable, from sunny spells to being ...

    Inverness sights

    A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 07, 2014

    ... off to the colonies across the Atlantic, some escaped, those who had defected from the British army were drawn and quartered, etc. Next we obtained audio tours for our walk out onto the battlefield. They have red flags on the British side and blue for the Scots on the other side of the battleground. We walked out to the battle monument and saw grave markers for the various clans who died in the battle. Our next stop was ...

    Scotland - Getting to Skye

    A travel blog entry by digbyrose on Sep 13, 2013

    20 photos

    ... shady trees - a strong sense of quiet and solitude! " For over 400 years a formidable castle guarded the crossing point where the rivers Bogie and Deveron meet. The earls of Fife built the original Peel of Strathbogie around 1190, but it was the mighty Gordons who made the stronghold their own from the 14th century and who renamed it Huntly Castle." - ( brochure!) We are amazed at the size, the enormous ...