Tigh na Sgiath Country House Hotel

Address: Skye of Curr, Dulnain Bridge, Badenoch and Strathspey, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH26 3PA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Skye of Curr, Dulnain Bridge, is near Speyside Heather Garden & Visitor Centre, Boat of Garten Golf Course, Strathmashie Forest, and Grantown Golf Course.
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      Bonfire Night

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 05, 2014

      6 photos

      So went down to see the bonfire where they set an effigy alight to celebrate (is that the right word?) when the Houses of Parliament were nearly blown up. Seemed like half the town was there despite the temperature getting below zero at one point. Not much else to say. They set ...

      I found her....

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 05, 2014

      12 photos

      ... surrounding area. If I had to pick a single day the was the best so far (at the halfway mark now), this would be it. Only 1 'attraction' achieved today, but pure gold. Tonight is Bonfire (Guy Fawkes) Night, so I'm planning on heading to the bonfire where half the town goes (to set an effigy alight). Inverness apparently puts on a good show, with fireworks. As a celebration not relevant back home, this should be very ...

      Fort George , Inverness.

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 31, 2014

      11 photos

      ... 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 ...

      I swam in Loch Ness!

      A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Oct 11, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... it would be even more romantic and inspiring to have an actual hermit living at Hermitage, so they put a bed in a cave and paid some poor bloke to live there. The waterfall was beautiful, and it was fun to watch the firemen do their swift water rescue training. We continued north and stopped in Pitlochry for lunch and a chance to check out the dam and stretch our legs. I had an absolutely fantastic bacon and egg roll with hot tea, and it was everything I could have ever ...

      Finally touristed in Stirling

      A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 18, 2014

      9 photos

      ... load up, upside down)

      The wheel is a lovely piece of graceful engineering, built not for purely practical reasons, but also with an eye for aesthetics. I would write more about the wheel, but this post is already getting too long. Suffice to say, after several ancient sites, it was both interesting and rewarding to see a modern Scottish miracle of engineering.

      We are in Inverness to stay in the Glenrossie guest house. Ill let you know how that is tomorrow.