Cawdor Estate Cottages

Address: Nairn, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV12 5RE, United Kingdom | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located in Nairn, is near Inverewe Garden and Loch Maree.
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      Travel Blogs from Nairn

      Road to Snowhere

      A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 14, 2015

      ... which was very quiet and mostly closed, but made for good photos of the little colourful houses by the water. After another very scenic drive we stopped for some another hike but by this stage I was too sick to want to join them, so myself and another couple of girls stayed behind on the bus and chatted while the others went off and sloshed through the snow. After this we returned to Kyleakin, which is the first town off the bridge on the Island, where we ...

      WALKING ON SKYE

      A travel blog entry by piperwg on Nov 07, 2014

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... and church 2 loomed out of the undergrowth. Pic 14. By this time we were ready for the easy option and took the road back to the car. Readers will have to be satisfied with this long range view of the standing rock which I thought was our goal about an hour and a half ago. Pic 15. Then we drove over to Neist point to see the lighthouse and great views of the rugged coastline. Look closely to see waterfalls dropping straight into the see. Pics 16-18. The wind was ...

      Journey to where I was born

      A travel blog entry by nairnboy on Aug 02, 2014

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... I was 3 or 4 my Mother wondered how I kept getting out. I used to get out and walk to where my Grandmother worked in tea rooms as it was (cafe). We did the walk today and it was just under 1 km. My Mother did eventually see me getting over the fence. I put my trike up against the fence, climbed on the trike and heaved myself over and in the process pushing the bike away from the fence. I recognised the houses but the neighbourhoods had changed. I ...

      Jimmy's coastal walk: Day 66

      A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on Jun 03, 2014

      20 photos

      ... Approaching the end I came to a high deer fence surmounted by a stile. I was just about to clamber over it when I reconsidered. Climbing over this fence would mean I might have to climb it again, this time without a stile. I followed the perimeter of the fence parallel to the shore for a mile or so. I was now on the unpathed part. It was rough but I was pleased to see that it was mainly grassy rather than rocky or covered in thick heather. Thanks ...

      Adventures and misadventures through Scotland

      A travel blog entry by quinitch on Jul 31, 2013

      1 comment, 55 photos

      ... nature of Scottish weather. We were surrounded by panting overheated sheep on the first part of the walk, semi-naked hikers passed us on the trail, I was stopping embarrassingly often to try and cool down a little and then, just below the summit, we were engulfed in cloud and fog and not so much rained on as surrounded by a swimming pool. I was wearing shorts and consequently was treated to the joy of a personal deluge of rainwater down my legs and into my shoes. It’s ...