Scottish Open Golf Accommodation

Open Golf Accommodation

Due to a cancellation the Bannerman B&B now has 3 rooms available from 4 – 10 July 2011 perfect for anyone attending, playing or working at the Barclays Scottish Open Golf Championship at Castle Stuart near Inverness.

For more information or to book please visit the Bannerman B&B or telephone Alison on 01463 -259199. Please note that bookings must be for a minimum of 3 nights.


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Landscape Photography Workshops

Landscape Photography Workshops in the Highlands of Scotland are the perfect way to experience some of the most stunning scenery whilst improving your photography skills at the same time. Mastering some new techniques will allow you to capture the awesome beauty just how you picture it with your eyes.

Quiet Landscapes Scotland provide landscape photography workshops throughout the Scottish Highlands taking in location such as Loch Ness, and the Scottish Islands including Harris and Lewis. Quiet Landscapes is owned and run by multi-award winning Master Photographer Margaret Soraya and whether you are a beginner or an advanced enthusiast you’ll be learning in a fun and relaxed environment with guaranteed results.

Margaret is passionate about both landscape photography and the beauty and quiet landscapes of the Highlands and she can plan day trips on demand as well as private tuition. If you would like to master your camera and improve your skills while enjoying some of Scotland’s most iconic locations and magnificent scenery you can email Margaret at [email protected] or visit her website for Landscape Photography Workshops.


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Walking In The Scottish Highlands

Walking In The Scottish Highlands

WOW Scotland offer guided Walking In The Scottish Highlands giving you the opportunity to discover the stunning scenery that the Highlands of Scotland has to offer.

Walking Tours in The Scottish Highlands

WOW offer Walking Tours in the Scottish Highlandsto breathtakingly beautiful areas such as the Cairngorms and the North West Highlands and no previous experience is necessary as the tours are tailored to everyone’s ability. The walking tours have a duration of 4-6 hours but there are plenty of photo and snack breaks and the location chosen will offer the best weather conditions.

Guided Walks in The Highlands of Scotland

The Guided Walks in the Highlands of Scotland offered by WOW Scotland are led by Gordon Pearson who is a fully qualified mountain leader and has a passion for the outdoors. Throughout the guided walks he will share his in depth knowledge of wildlife, history and all things Scottish. Guests travel in a comfortable 7-seater people carrier and the journey times are between 45 minutes and 1.5 hours each way. WOW can also provide equipment including walking boots, waterproof jackets and trousers, rucksacks, hats and gloves.

Walking Tours in the Scottish Highlands

Walking Tours in the Scottish Highlands leave at 9.30am from outside Inverness Tourist Information Centre on Bridge Streetand generally arrive back between 5pm and 7pm. Trips cost from £35.00 per person including transport and equipment. For booking please visit the WOW Scotland Website or telephone 07919 157067.

Walking Tours In The Highlands Of Scotland

Walking Tours In The Highlands Of Scotland

Walking In The Scottish Highlands
Walking In The Scottish Highlands

 


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Wedding Venues in Scotland – Bunchrew House Hotel

If you are looking for a wedding venue in Scotland take a closer look at Bunchrew House Hotel near Beauly and Inverness. The setting is stunning, located on the edge of the Beauly Firth along a tree lined drive from the main road. Bunchrew House was built by Lord Lovat for his then fiancee and the house was blessed so that he could marry Lady Jane there. Sadly Lady Jane died at Bunchrew in 1622 and her ghost is said to still roam around the building.

The staff at Bunchrew are amazing and they will make sure your wedding is absolutely perfect together with the chef who will create your dream menu. I can speak from experience as my wife and I married at Bunchrew a few years ago and the day was an absolute dream come true. The whole day was orchestrated with military precission but remained relaxed and discreet and the food which was served to about 30 of our guests was better than any meal I have eaten in a top restaurant. 

The whole atmosphere is is incredible from the open log fires, the sumptuous rooms and of course the views across the haunting Beauly Firth.

Guests attending your wedding that do not stay at Bunchrew can easily arrange accommodation in Inverness at a good selection of bed and breakfasts.

Visit the Bunchrew House Hotel website for more information – trust me you will not be disappointed getting married here!!


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