Cullen Bay Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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The day looks as though it is going to be really nice so although there are plenty of historical sites to visit such as Culloden Battlefied, where BPC got his comeuppance, or Cawdor Castle of Macbeth fame, we decide to take one of the dogs for a walk along the beach. Findhorn village is situated on Findhorn Bay, an estuary and was originally a port and fishing village ...
Today we cross Britain to the east coast of Scotland near Inverness. However we have another niece living further up the west coast of Scotland at Dornie, near the much photographed castle of Eilean Donan Castle, so we decided to detour via there as we have not seen her or the family for a long time. It's not really on the way but it's a must do and will add about four hours to the driving. We have a choice of routes. We ...
... keen on them. Next we headed to Glenlivit, and were there just in time for a tour. It was a good one as it was free, although the distillery was not working at the moment as they were in their quiet period. At the end we got to try a whiskey each. Dufftown was crazily busy when re turned and we had to park a bit down the road. All the pipe bands were getting together and we didn't need to wait long until the ...
This morning we were setting off for Northern Scotland. We checked out and decided to take our bags to the car rental as the map told us it was only one kilometre away. As it turns out the map thinks we can cross motorways, and as we obviously can't it took us slightly longer to get there. We set off in our car to Dufftown via the east coast. We made it there just before 4pm and thought we would ...
... the castles no interior pictures are allowed of Cawdor’s sumptuous interiors, but the castle’s gorgeous gardens with several pieces of modern sculpture make up for it, some of the nicest gardens I’ve seen in Scotland.
Fort George is a large military fort dating from the mid-1700s that guards the entrance to the Moray Forth north of Inverness and is considered the most important example of military architecture of the era ...