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Full-Day Trip to Loch Ness and the Scottish Highlands
"Take a day trip from Edinburgh to discover the Scottish Highlands and the famous Loch Ness. Begin your journey by bus heading north from Edinburgh along the imposing ramparts of Stirling Castle. Pass the Trossachs cross Rannoch Moor and stop at the dramatic Glen Coe the site of the infamous massacre in 1692. Pass through Fort William one of the largest settlements in the Scottish Highlands before driving through the Great Glen. All the while your guide will talk you through the most important and interesting sights of the region.When you arrive at Fort Augustus a charming Highland village on the banks of the famous Loch Ness
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"Loch Ness
Loch Ness Glencoe and the Highlands"Beginning from Glasgow your tour heads North first passing by the 'bonnie bonnie banks' of Loch Lomond. We pause for refreshments before climbing into the Highlands over the dramatic landscape of Rannoch Moor and the Black Mount to Glencoe one of Scotlanbd's most haunting glens and site of the 1692 massacre of the MacDonald clan. Glencoe was also featured in the James Bond film Skyfall.Our tour continues by Loch Linnhe and stops in the Fort William area for lunch (own expense) and continues on by Britain's highest mountain
From GBP43.00
 
"Glencoe
Loch Ness Glencoe and the Highlands"This 12 hour tour departs from Edinburgh passing Stirling Castle on your way to the first stop at Kilmahog. Here you can get to know the local residents the Highlands Cows and have time for some light refreshments.As you continue your journey northwards you will be immersed in the wonderful scenery of Rannoch Moor and Glencoe where a short stop will be made for photo opportunities. The tour will next stop at Fort W via Loch Linnhe where you will stop for lunch before reaching Ben Nevis
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Old School Restaurant

There are not a lot of restaurants in the Dunvegan area and this is an exceptionally busy eatery used by locals and tourists alike. It is a large old furniture store that was presumably a school once....
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Dunvegan Bakery

The building has been a bakery for over 140 years but it became a cafe in the 1990s and due to popularity has had a conservatory added to the main building.I only called here for a drink and a bacon...
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Jann's Cakes

This is a wonderful small bakery and cafe in Dunvegan village and I stopped here late one afternoon for a hot drink. The building is possibly too small for the number of people that would love to eat...
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Stein Inn

We took a lunch break at Stein Inn during our exploration of the Bhatairnis peninsula.Superb choice!An atmospheric old inn, with great selection of food. We both had the langoustine salad - 4 cold...
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Pier Hotel

Late on day 2 of our visit to the island, we decided to visit Port Rìgh and (hopefully) get dinner there.The weather had been going downhill, and was cold and wet by the time we arrived just after...
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The Chippy in Portree

The Chippy in Portree is a typical Fish & Chips like you find it in many places all over Scotland and the UK. But for me it actually was the very first real Fish&Chips in my life - I mean we have...
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Saucy Mary's

While in Kyleakin we stopped at Saucy Mary's for some lunch. The atmosphere has a destinct nautical feel and is very much in keeping with the little harbour. Saucy Mary's has no competition from...
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The Chandlery Restaurant , Bosville Hotel

Excellent relaxed, top quality restaurant. The food was delicious throughout. Well worth booking the night before.Well recommended.There is also choice of bar meals at the attached "Merchant Bar". I...
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TONGADALE HOTEL RESTAURANT

This restaurant is tucked back in the rear of the hotel but a nice enough room with an attractive wooden bar. What struck us immediately was the background music. It was soft enough to add to the...
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CALEDONIAN CAFÉ

This little place is right off the main square in Portree and is both an ice cream parlor and café. It is quite small, but good food and nice service. I had a delicious steak and ale pie topped with...
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SEAMUS BAR

This is the large informal eating/drinking area for the Sligachan Hotel area. There were several beers on tap - including at least one from the Cuillin Brewery which is next door - and I found the...
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CUILLIN BREWING

To quench your thrist while recounting your day with your friends and new acquaintances, the Isle of Skye boasts one distillery - Talisker, located about five miles west from Sligachan in Carbost -...
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King Haakon Bar

There isnt really a lot of options, actually I am not sure there really are any options in Kyleakin so you are kinda stuck unless you buy groceries before you come and cook for yourself. They do have...
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The Stables Restaurant

The Stables Restaurant is a beauty of a building designed by Gillespie Graham in 1822 and as the name suggests was the place for Lord MacDonald's horses and coaches. Today it houses a fine oak...
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Upper Milovaig, Glendale, IV55 8WY, United Kingdom
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Portree

Although Portree is the main town on Skye it has only a population of 5000 and is a rather functional town. It however does have all you need with some small shops and a local Coop for daily...
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Dunvegan Castle

The castle is the seat of the MacLeod of MacLeod, chief of the Clan MacLeod and is the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland and has been the stronghold of the chiefs of the clan for more...
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Old Man of Storr

The old man of Storr is a rock, 50 meters high, and it is shown in the back of my photograph, standing up like a needle on top of the mountains. Watch out for the car-parking, when you get closer to...
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Cuillin Mountains

There are red and black Cuillin Hills. The black Cuillin Hills are best seen from Elgol (see photo below) across Loch Scavaig. They are mainly composed of rough Gabbro rock that gives climbers a good...
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Kilt Rock & Mealt Falls

Roadside viewpoint on the eastern coast of Trotternish offers one of the most popular sights on Isle of Skye. A small stream from loch Mealt freefalls off the cliff into the crystal clear water of...
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Museum of Island Life

The Museum of Island Life is a recreated highland village and is set in a time period just before the First World War. The crofters cottages have been superbly recreated and include wax figures of the...
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