Tingle Creek Hotel

Address: Erbusaig, Erbusaig, Lochalsh, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV40 8BB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Erbusaig, Erbusaig, is near Eilean Donan Castle, Kyle Line (Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh), and Colbost Croft Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Erbusaig

    Skye and return to Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by susanoke on Oct 30, 2015

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    Our day on Skye tuned sunny about 10 am. There is a bridge onto the island now which has vastly increased tourism to the island. We were on and off the bus many times throughout the day for short walks and pictures of the natural beauty. Kilt rock, on the coast, an area in the Cuillin Hills called the naval of the world, and the fairy glen, the highlight for me. Many of the locals believe in the fairies, ...

    Rainy day

    A travel blog entry by susanoke on Oct 28, 2015

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    We travelled from Oban to Plockton today. We had to head inland to come around sea lochs before heading back west. The rain started gently, but occasionally came down hard, so that influenced Ross about the photo stops and agenda for the day. But even in the rain, we had to stop for pictures at Glencoe, the site of the massacre of MacDonald clan members by Campbells, during the reign of William of Orange, who ...

    From Heartbreaking to Breathtaking...and Underwear

    A travel blog entry by dylan_and_rob on Sep 14, 2015

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    ... imagine real people that I don’t know. Even though I have a bit of heritage from the Campbell clan myself, although I don’t know which Campbell clan or which side of that battle they fought in or supported. I laid a sprig of heather on the stone marking for the Clan Campbell, and stood for a moment of silence at the marker for those that fought for the government.

    The exhibit felt sacred. The battle of Culloden was a turning point in ...

    Scotland Part II

    A travel blog entry by sarah.birnbaum on Jun 19, 2015

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... in a loop from Edinburgh, to Skye, as far north as Torridon in the north west Highlands, to Invergarry, and then back to Edinburgh. We stopped at castles, scotch distilleries and national parks along the way and spent a couple of nights at extraordinary hotels.

    I already wrote about one of those hotels -- Barcaldine castle -- in a previous entry. The other spectacular place we stayed was Torridon. ...

    The Isle of Skye = indescribable beauty

    A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Oct 12, 2014

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    ... he went back, his life would never be the same. The man arrived in Uig, and went home to find a stranger living in his house, claiming to have lived there for the last 30 years. Try as he might, the man could find his family no where, until he happened upon the town cemetery. In it, he found headstones for both of his loved ones, saying that they died some time in the future! Heartbroken, the man went to the authorities and told them of his plight. Some ...