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#1/15
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5
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Whether you see Nessie or not, you can have a monstrously good time in Inverness. A long way north, but well worth it, the city will wine you, dine you, dance your socks off and send you home happy... read more »
#2/15
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4.833335
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Enjoy a more leisurely cycle and appreciate seascapes, heritage and history rather than making a mad dash to reach Britain's northernmost point ... read more »
#3/15
Rating:
4.666665
(3 comments)
Destination: Pitlochry, Inverness
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
My account of a delightful budget break in Scotland featuring a journey on the Caledonian sleeper train and short stays in Inverness and Pitlochry... read more »
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Rating:
5
(1 comment)
Destination: Scottish Highlands
Pull on a pair of hiking boots and get some northern exposure, exploring Scotland on foot. Boutique hotels, hearty home cooking and a wee dram each night make it all the easier... read more »
#5/15
Rating:
4.5
(2 comments)
Destination: Scottish Highlands
Stunning coastlines, beautiful castles and magical malt whiskies... if you haven't discovered the Scottish highlands yet, you're missing out!... read more »
#6/15
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Trip type: Road Trip
Drive Le Jog (Land's End to John O'Groats) for a 900-mile sense of achievement and a view right across the heart of Britain... read more »
#7/15
Rating:
4
(3 comments)
Go to the Knoydart peninsula to escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Take in the scenery while bagging a Munro or explore the Scottish wilderness by boat and train... read more »
#8/15
Rating:
4
(7 comments)
Cycle Scotland's most notorious mountain pass, visit a romantic castle, tour a whisky distillery, ride a steam train, and enjoy some of the best scenery in the country ... read more »
#9/15
Rating:
4
(6 comments)
Destination: Invergarry, Fort William
Trip type: Adventure, Eco, Romance
An hour and a half from the nearest train station, two hours from the nearest city, and not even accessible by road, Skiary lives up to the claim of being Britain’s most remote b&b... read more »
#10/15
Rating:
4
(3 comments)
Destination: Inverness
The sparkling River Ness, restaurants to die for, a Victorian market and the best dolphin watching in the UK are just a few of the gems on offer in Inverness... read more »
#11/15
Rating:
3
(2 comments)
A week in a cottage on the Balmoral Estate proved interesting and relaxing by Gerry Smart... read more »
#12/15
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0
(0 comments)
Destination: Loch Ness
What are the ingredients for the perfect weekend break? Excellent food would be high on the list, cooked with finesse and elegance, with a strong wine list to match. Loch Ness Lodge has it all.... read more »
#13/15
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Forget what you've heard about deep-fried Mars bars or tartan tins of shortbread. Achiltibuie, in the north-west of Scotland, is an unexpected foodie paradise. Just make sure you go in the summer... read more »
#14/15
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The region of Assynt, in the highlands of Scotland, is pretty much a long way from anywhere - the perfect place for anyone in search of peace and perspective... read more »
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Destination: Scottish Highlands
Trip type: Activity, Short Break
If you're looking for a short break, why not head to Scotland and have a Highland fling? Get into the heart of this landscape with whisky, waders and a fishing rod... read more »
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