Things to see and do

If you are looking for activities to do during your visit, why not check out the following links for some ideas:-
 
Walk Highlands Information on walking routes easily accessible from our Lodges.
 
Borlum Trekking Centre - Pony treks in lovely rural countryside near Urquhart Castle.
 
Chapleton Equestrian Centre - Riding lessons provided by trained staff in a friendly and popular yard located in Muir of Ord.
 
 
 
Glen Ord Distillery - However, remember your driver needs to remain sober!
 
Inverness Leisure Centre Large competition pool and outside training track.
 
Rollerbowl - Ten pin bowling alley.
 
Landmark Forest Adventure Park - Forest adventure park with great outdoor activities for all ages.
 
 
For ideas on trips that can be taken during your stay:- 
 
Munro Highland Tours - Munro Highland Tours is operated by George Munro, a fully qualified tour guide who offers driver guiding tours of a specialised nature including, nature, walking, gardens, art centres, clans, distilleries, as well as local history for up to six people.
 
Jacobite Cruises - Boat trips through the famous Caledonian Canal to Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle.
 
City Sightseeing Tour - An open deck bus tour of Inverness.
 
Dolphin watching - Moray Firth boat trips from Avoch to see Bottlenose Dolphins.
 
The Highland landscape provides an abundance of opportunities for local artists and their work can be seen in our favourite local galleries listed below and you will be very tempted - as we have been - to buy:-
 
John Nicholson - If you are looking for a memento of your holiday, John produces stunning artwork and has great ability in capturing the Highland atmoshere in his varied landscape paintings.
 
 
 
 
A few gems for you to discover on your days out:-
 
Tarbat Discovery Centre - Pictish and local heritage museum and archaelogical dig.
 
 
Dunrobin Castle - Most northerly of Scotland's great houses and home to the Earls and later, Dukes of Sutherland.
           
 
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