Nightclubs and bars in Highland

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    Camp Forster: Make your Own.......

    by nickandchris Updated Feb 19, 2009

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    Never mind pubs etc. Nothing better than sitting round a camp fire, cooking over it and if you are lucky,watching the sun go down. The world has been put to rights around many a fire!!!(midges permitting).

    Dress Code: Anything goes as long as you have a good coating of insect repellent on.

    Camp Forster Golden evening light, Loch Erribol Sunset over Gruinard Bay. Keep the midges at bay on Loch Torridon???
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    The Maryburgh Inn: Fort William Bar

    by ChrisnJan Written Nov 6, 2006

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    Subteranian bar; Nothing spectacular, just good beers and a very good atmosphere, friendly staff made us feel very welcome.
    I liked this bar and will certainly visit again if I ever find myself in Fort William again.

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    Malliag Harbour: Watch as the Harbour Settles for the night

    by scottishvisitor Written Aug 31, 2006

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    Night time is low key in the Highlands, while staying in Malliag we settled for a stroll beside the pretty but working harbour. As the sun goes down on another day watch as the last fishing boats come in to land their catch and see the last ferry of the day dock with some more tourists returning from Skye. The white houses on the hill were bewitching as they twingled with lights and the harbour was a welcoming sight with the boats berthed for the night. It is just as well night life is low key here - you will need an early night because you won't sleep past 5.00a.m. this is the time the many seagulls awake with screaming cries = a novel alarm clock indeed. I live beside the sea and must say the North Sea Seagulls are far quieter than the hungry ones of the West who get up early to follow the first catch of the day.

    Dress Code: A rain jacket would come in useful in the summer months.

    Malliag Harbour at Night The Boats in for the Night
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    Inverness and Towns throughout...

    by wollacott Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Inverness and Towns throughout the Highlands have a lot to offer Cinema,Attractions, Highland Festival,Nightclubs,Pubs,Restaurants,Special Events & Concerts,Theatre,Music,Spectator Sports, Arcades, Video/game rentals, Bowling, Childrens Entertainment

    If you want to listen and dance to some of the hottest djs, then Inverness has its fair share of clubs throughout the town centre.
    From bars to pubs, meals to snacks, Inverness has a wide variation of pub life, Irish bars, Mexican themed bars, Scottish bars, Trendy bars, they all are around Inverness Town Centre and the outskirts, so if a few drinks are what you fancy, you¹ll be spoiled for choice.Pubs

    With one of the top venues in Scotland, Eden Court Theatre has attracted some of the biggest names of film, television and stage along with famous shows and productions. International ballet companies, World renowned orchestras, chart topping pop bands and the funniest comedians all have come to the Highland Capital at one time or another. Local theatre groups also flourish, and many amateur productions can be seen at certain times of the year in local village halls.

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    The cellar at the Dunvegan Hotel: More traditional music

    by Roadquill Written Sep 18, 2007

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    The Cellar had some great traditional music going on the night I stopped by, also there are snooker tables and pool tables.

    Dress Code: Must be able to lift a pint of ale with one hand.

    The right place for a pint and some music
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    Edinbane Hotel: Traditional music

    by Roadquill Written Sep 17, 2007

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    A great place in the middle of Skye for a pint. On selected nights there are some great local musicians on fiddle, pipes, guitar and drum.

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