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Perth to Inverness by rail. Music: Dire Straits: ‘Coming Home’ VISIT SCOTLAND: IT’S AWESOME!

See he site of the last battle between the Jacobite Forces and the Army of the Wee Geordie. The mass graves of the brave Highland Clans, the position markers where they stood and all filmed on the day the event took place April 16 th. May they rest at the right hand of God

Does anyone know if there is any public transport e.g train, bus etc that goes from inverness to loch ness? thanks

i am planning a trip from Edinburgh to Inverness, then from Inverness to Oban and then back to Edinburgh. So basically a scenic tour of a bit of Scotland. i am thinking of renting a small 1.0 ltr car to make this happen. How much will it cost me in pounds for petrol to do this trip?

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How long does it take to fly from Heathrow airport to inverness, Scotland?

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More @ Location: The small town of Tain in the county of Ross-shire is situated close to the shores of Dornach Firth. It is the ideal place for guests who like to fish, hunt and climb mountains, and who are keen to discover and explore the majestic Western Highlands. There are first-class golf courses in Tain, and the world-famous championship course in Dornach is only around 10 minutes away by car. Facilities: This Victorian mansion has been magnificently restored and at the same time elegantly modernised. All guests will find what they’re looking for here, be it a quiet, relaxing stay or action on the golf course. The hotel meets the needs of all visitors to the area. It also provides guests with an entrance hall and an award-winning restaurant, which has won an excellent reputation for serving the finest in Scottish cuisine. Rooms: The individually furnished and comfortable rooms conform to the highest of Highland standards. They each contain an en suite bath/ shower, a satellite TV, an iron and ironing board, coffee and tea making facilities and a trouser press.

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