Winston Guest House

10 Ardross Terrace, Inverness, IV3 5NQ, United Kingdom
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by kfunk

I will be in Inverness in August. I was wondering if anyone knows of a day tour that goes to both Loch Ness and Glencoe. Any help would be much appreciated!

Re: tour

by leics

The tourist information office in central Inverness is full of coach tour/ day trip offers, adverts and leaflets. You won't find a problem in getting to either can even go on a day trip to the Orkney Islands! Enjoy your visit.

Re: Re: tour

by kfunk

Thats a great suggestion! Thank you so much!

Re: Re: tour

by leics

You're welcome....been there, done that! Didn't go on the daytrip to Orkney though....decided to spend a week there instead (recommended!).

You can also go on boat trips from Inverness up and down the Moray Firth to see the dolphins (if you're lucky...but it's a good trip anyway).

Travel Tips for Inverness

The story of a smart Seagull - part 2

by daarth

The next lock opened, and sure enough, the seagull flew up and settled once again at the same spot at the last lock. He sat there as the water started pouring in, and all of a sudden he dived into the basin. A moment later he was back up on the edge, but this time with a large eel in his beak! We watched in fascination as he manoeuvred the eel so he had the end in his beak, and then with a whip of his head the eel slowly was swallowed down his throat. It was an amazing sight! His stomach bulged with the large eel inside, and we wondered if he in fact could fly with the extra weight. He had in fact learned a trick here too. He used the hill on the side of the locks. He started running down the hill flapping his wings and jumping. After a certain distance and an extra high jump, he pulled up his feet and slowly gained altitude.
The lock keeper assured us that the seagull would be back the next day for his next eel.
The King of the locks....

Visit the Culloden battlefield

by bicycle_girl

An important battle happened in Culloden around 1746. Prince Charles (not the one that is living in Buckingham palace) wanted to reclaim his country lost by his father and a battle was planned against the Jacobites, living on the present lands. The battle was very unfair as Prince Charles's troops were ill prepared, hungry and poorly led and over 1000 died in that bloody battle and ensuied a massacre of the Highlanders, women and children. It was estimated at 4000+death on that account. This was the last battle on English soil.

The visitor center has done a good job at explaining exactly what happened on that day and also displays a lot of information about the life of the highlanders at that time. A very well made movie is also played, and well recommended. The visit of the fields make more sense after that.

A few people I have met did find the visit daunting and boring. You have to be in the right mind and try to understand what happened, so what you see out there is just not a plain field but what seemed to be pieces of history that can't be forgotten.

Culloden Battlefield - Leanach Cottage

by stevezero

The site also includes the restored Leanach Cottage, which originally survived the battle around it. Here, you can relive the atmosphere of the day, and see a Living History presentation – A Day Like No Other – which runs throughout the summer.

Highlands City

by RaquelMac

Inverness is lovely. It's considered the capital city of the Highlands. It has recently been awarded the status of city, even though the cathedral has been waiting for the spies for more than a hundred years, and there's no university. Loch Ness is the attraction, but you can't miss the Caledonian Canal. The people are EXTREMELLY welcoming, and I felt like home....

"Loch Ness"

No... Unfortunatelly, no monster. On the other hand, loads of beautiful views from around the lake and from the boats.


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Address: 10 Ardross Terrace, Inverness, IV3 5NQ, United Kingdom