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Riverside is a lovely B & B set in gardens overlooking the river. Colin was very warm and friendly with good local knowledge, advising us on great places to eat and see. The breakfast was excellent and we would definitely recommend staying here.
Travelling Scotland by train, I need places close to stations - Hotel was an easy 10mins ish walk from the station. Check in was simple in a large reception with open fire, and there was a very large drawing room with open fire to sit in, though the Wi-Fi was a bit iffy in there. The room was a small ...
Uncover the wild heart of Scotland by travelling to its famed highlands where the adventurous can scale mountains, ford rivers and hike hidden trails. If you’re looking for a taste of the Great Outdoors, the Scottish Highlands are the place for you.
Strike a path to Fort William where you can test your mettle against some of the biggest mountains in Scotland. Climb Scotland’s most famous Munro—Ben Nevis in Fort William, or explore the trails in the Cairngorms National Park in Aviemore. For those keen on trying the water sports the Highlands have to offer, then head to Loch Lomond where you can try canoeing, windsurfing, water skiing or fishing.
There are lots of adventure sport hotels that cater specifically for outdoor enthusiasts wanting a place to lay their head after a long day of traversing the highland landscape. Sooth tired muscles in a sauna, or get a much needed massage at the hotel spa, before you lay your head down to rest.
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