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The hotel web-site mentioned a continental breakfast, but we were told that the only option was an all-you-can-eat buffet for £15. This was obviously great value for big eaters, but there was no way that we could do it justice. However,on checking out, we discovered that the price had been adjusted ...
We arrived during a rain storm and as we approached the hotel set against the dark sky and crashing waves it couldn't have looked more dramatic and imposing if it had been used in the opening titles of a Hollywood blockbuster. When we checked in we were warmly welcomed by the reception staff and ...
If you are planning on staying anywhere near Inverness- this is a can't miss for those who want to experience the quiet, beautiful country side of Scotland. Beautiful rustic facility, private gardens, and wonderful staff!
My husband and I had a very pleasant stay here. Our room was very comfortable (I recommend the jacuzzi room!), and the staff really went out of their way to make the stay enjoyable. We are both vegan, and they were incredibly accommodating at the restaurant, and also did some research to recommend ...
There is always an event to get involved in during a getaway in the Scottish Highlands. This beautiful region boasts a diverse landscape of bustling cities, tranquil glens, cute fishing towns and dramatic peaks - an ideal setting for celebration and excitement. And booking boutique hotels will ensure a unique and very comfortable stay for guests with a packed itinerary.
Music lovers might want to grab a ticket for one of these extremely popular music festivals: Brew at the Bog, Skye Live, Loopallu and Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival. Scottish rain can always make an appearance, so pack wellies and a poncho!
Whiskey aficionados will prefer the Nip Whisky Festival held in Bognain Farm just outside of Inverness. Here there are lots of demonstrations, live music and, of course, tastings.
Get a feel of authentic Scotland at the Highland Games, which take place in different areas throughout the summer months. Expect to see traditional events such as caber tossing, Highland dancing and bagpiping contests.
Come winter time, Inverness hosts lots of craft fairs and markets to kick start the Christmas season. The Pictish New Year (11th January) is marked with the Burning of the Clavie, an ancient fire festival at Burghead on the Moray Coast.
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