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

    Around Portree

    A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jul 11, 2015

    7 photos

    ... shortbread cookies the waitress called "Petticoat Tails." What can I say? I never met a shortbread cookie I didn't like. This evening we're driving to the Sligachen Hotel for dinner and some music. The hotel is at a wide spot in the road about 9 miles south of town. We've heard there'll be traditional music there starting about 9 p.m. Wish us luck finding our way there and ...

    To the Isle of Skye

    A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jul 10, 2015

    4 photos

    ... that Skye and its surrounds are popular travel spots. The castle was built on a small island just a few yards offshore at high tide and approached by a bridge. If you've watched the Highlander series on TV you'll recognize the castle. It was built around 1220 as a defensive fortress to protect the local clans from the Vikings. Over the centuries it has been fought over, possessed, abandoned, blown up and rebuilt so that ...

    Looking for Nessie

    A travel blog entry by carolrichardson on Jun 24, 2015

    22 photos

    ... today!

    A light lunch at Bothy's before heading on to check out Urquhart Castle. There was an 8.5 pound entry (and it's still raining . . . not good for climbing the walls) so we found an opening in the hedges to look at the Castle and snap some shots

    Continuing on to Nairn, Fort George was just a ...

    Jimmy's coastal walk : day 61

    A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on Apr 10, 2014

    25 photos

    ... before. It was a perfect coastal walk: fairly level dry rock or short grass to walk on for much of the way and in bright sunshine. The rock in question was Torridonian sandstone again, now covered here and there in a bright green lichen. This was especially true at Greenstone Point where a large protruding rock is bright green due to a thick thatch of the lichen.
    At Slaggan, Jeremy turned east to walk back to his van at Mellon Udrigle. I continued south. The ...

    Soldiers, spirituality and stovies

    A travel blog entry by janetanne on Aug 20, 2013

    22 photos

    ... cold, not quite 3 degrees as when we last visited but a cold wind none the less. Fort George is an 18th century fortress near Nairn which was built by the Government to pacify things after the Battle of Culloden. The Fort has never been attacked and still serves as a training centre today. The building of the Fort was started in 1748 and finished in 1769 at a cost of 200,000.
    In the afternoon we took a drive east thought the towns ...