Attractions de la région de Ross et Cromarty

Inverewe Garden From Inverness take the A835, then the A832. Road, the trip takes you through some stunning Highland scenery, it takes around 90 mins to get there. This famous Inverewe Highland Garden at Poolewe on Loch Ewe was founded by a sportsman Laird, Osgood Mackinzie in 1862, Mrs M, T, Sawyer daughter of the founder, presented the garden to the National Trust for Scotland in 1952. The gardens are a lush, sub-tropical-style, oasis perched on a peninsula at the edge of Loch Ewe...

Dornoch, Scotland, Holiday Accommodation
Dornoch, Scotland, Holiday Accommodation

Dingwall Holiday Accommodation Guide

Explore Dingwall Holiday Accommodation Guide for your stay in the region known as the Highlands of Scotland, where you will also find the town of Dingwall, which also serves as the county town for Ross and Cromarty.

Ideal for travelling throughout the Highlands in your own vehicle and discovering all its facets, especially the Northern Highlands, for more information on travelling around Scotland visit Scotland Holiday Accommodation Guide.

There are a number of circular routes that are readily doable in one day and that take you to all points on the compass. These routes may be found in many different locations.

In a lovely rural setting in the Scottish Highlands, this bed and breakfast offers a choice of breakfasts, including a Scottish cooked breakfast or a continental breakfast, and guests have the option of booking single or double rooms. It is an ideal base for visitors on vacation or on business and is located just one mile from Dingwall.

Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, provides convenient access to a number of shopping and entertainment destinations, including the Eden Court Theatre, as well as two retail parks and the Eastgate Shopping Centre.

Spend your vacation in a detached holiday bungalow that is situated in a peaceful cul-de-sac. This bungalow has spacious accommodation, which includes a vestibule and entrance hall, lounge, kitchen dining room, utility lobby, family bathroom w/c, and three bedrooms, the master of which has an en suite bathroom.

Find a well-established garden that has a summer house, terrace, and grill.

There is a wide variety of things to do in this area, including wildlife watching (from sea Bottlenose Dolphins to red kites and deer in the glens), historical sites (such as Castle Leod, Strathpeffer Pump Room, and Beauly Priory), beer brewing at the Black Isle Brewery, distilleries in Glen Ord and Glen Wyvis, and lots of outdoor activities (such as Rogie Falls and Touchstone Maze).

Dingwall Castle was once the biggest castle north of Stirling. Once a mediaeval fort and royal castle.

The only low-lying, dry terrain in the region at the time of settlement by the Vikings and the Picts, the indigenous people of this region, was in the areas surrounding Moot Hill in Dingwall and the mound that Castle Leod would later be constructed on.

After winning the Battle of Torfness, which took place on the slopes beneath Knockfarrel, where MacBeth later assassinated King Duncan and ascended to the throne of Scotland, the Viking who went by the name of Thorfinn II had established a permanent settlement in the region.

The village of Tollie can be found in the Lochussie township, which is located near Dingwall. You can spend your vacation in a vacation home that is located in a gorgeous and secluded setting, and it is just a short walk away from a loch that has been designated as a Special Area of Conservation, as well as a Pictish iron age fort that is located on Knockfarrel, both of which are set against the magnificent backdrop of Ben Wyvis.

The region offers a broad variety of treks and mountain bike trails, as well as demanding mountain climbs and fishing for salmon and trout in surrounding rivers. This makes it a great base for anyone who enjoys being outside.

Find a gorgeous coastline with sandy beaches, the Cairngorms Ski region, Loch Ness, Strathpeffer, StrathGlass, Glen Affric, Uruqhart Castle, Corrimony, fort Augustus, fort william, and Eilian Donan castle. Other places of interest include Uruqhart Castle, Corrimony, and Glen Affric. Fort George, to name just one, along with the Kintailway, Munros, Corbits, and Donalds, all of which are perfect for engaging in outdoor activities, are all within easy reach. Fort George is just one example.

The perfect spot to stay while touring the Scottish Highlands is a hotel with a long and illustrious history. These hotels are ideally located for discovering the region's extensive cultural legacy.

Take a break in one of the salons that is decorated with chandeliers and log fireplaces, try some of the local whisky, go for a stroll through the beautiful grounds and museum, or swim in the hotel's indoor pool. The Highland Capital city of Inverness offers access to two retail parks, Eastgate shopping centre, and many entertainment venues including Eden Court theatre. Book into a large, three-bedroom detached log cabin in the countryside just a few miles from the bustling market town of Dingwall. The city of Inverness is only 12 miles away.

Make your reservation at a vacation rental home that is accessible to people with disabilities in terms of both the design and the furnishings,

Find a bed and breakfast or a guest home in Dingwall, which is ideally situated in the geographic centre of the Highlands, making it convenient for travellers headed to Inverness, the Western Isles, the North Coast 500, or any other direction on the compass with stay4you.com Holiday Accommodation

A Guide To Dingwall Holiday Accommodation

  • Latitude de Dingwall : 57.595347 Longitude : -4.428411 
  • Dingwall Code postal IV15
  • Dingwall prévisions météo à 4 jours
  • Carte de Dingwall
  • Avis sur Dingwall

La ville abritait autrefois un château royal et était une forteresse des comtes de Ross jusqu'à leur chute en 1476, selon certaines affirmations, cette zone était un bourg royal datant de 1226. Aujourd'hui, Dingwall est une ville de marché animée, offrant une variété de des chambres d'hôtes aux hôtels en passant par les suites de toutes les poches, la High Street est désormais contournée par la circulation locale, permettant aux piétons d'accéder à la rue principale. Ici vous pouvez trouver le poste de péage placé au centre de High Street, il a une tour qui remonte à 1730, bien que les ailes qui le flanquent aient été ajoutées en 1905. il y a le musée Dingwall à l'extrémité est de la High Street, dominé par le imposante Église libre d'Écosse.

Une gare attrayante, ouverte le 11 juin 1862 lorsque la ligne de l'entreprise a été ouverte d'Inverness à Dingwall, le village possède de beaux bâtiments en pierre rouge à partir desquels une grande partie de Dingwall est construite, près de l'église au nord de la ville est un obélisque en mémoire de George le 1er comte de Cromartie né 1630 - 1714, il y a une tour sur une colline au sud de la ville construite en 1907 commémorant la naissance du général Sir Hector Macdonald surnommé ( Fighting Mac ) 1853-1903 qui a rencontré une fin tragique Le fils d'un petit fermier MacDonald a quitté l'école avant l'âge de 15 ans, s'est enrôlé dans les Gordon Highlanders en tant que soldat à 17 ans et a terminé sa carrière en tant que général de division, l'un des rares généraux de l'armée britannique à sortir des rangs sur son propre mérite et professionnalisme.

Il est devenu un héros populaire en Écosse et en Angleterre, et a été fait chevalier pour son service dans la deuxième guerre des Boers, il a été affecté au Sri Lanka en tant que commandant en chef des forces britanniques, il a eu une carrière très réussie jusqu'à ce qu'il se suicide en 1903 après accusations d'activités homosexuelles. La ville de Dingwall a des liaisons routières et ferroviaires vers toutes les régions des Highlands et le reste du pays, l'A9 qui a ouvert en 1975 contourne le centre-ville en soulageant le trafic lourd.

Avis et discussions

Pas encore de commentaires
Écrire un commentaire
  • 0
  • 0
  • 0
  • 0
  • 0

Derniers guides des destinations écossaises

Visiting Inverness Castle you may choose to stay in the city which has all types of accommodation for vacations or business in large hotels to small...

Moy Latitude 57.382512 Longitude -4.055271  Postcode IV13 Moy 4 day weather guide Moy Map My Reviews Moy is best known as the seat of the...

Pobull Fhinn is a stone circle that may be found on the island of North Uist, which is located in the Outer Hebrides. The name comes from a language...

Aboyne Airfield, operates a 7-day operation during the summer months, Aberdeen is only 30 miles away allowing direct links to the rest of the UK,...

Inveraray the gateway to the Highlands and Islands Scotland! This can be found town in Argyll and Bute, the former "Capital of Argyll", Inveraray...

Les sports nautiques sont là où tout a commencé pour le Loch Insh. Si vous n'êtes pas très à l'aise avec les bateaux ou les planches, pourquoi ne pas réserver une leçon avec l'un de nos...

Brough Of Birsay (Island) This tidal island lying just offshore from the north-western point of Mainland has important remains of Pictish and Norse...

Deskford Postcode AB56 Deskford Latitude: 57.6405° N Longitude: -2.8428° W Deskford Map Deskford Weather Forecast Deskford Reviews Deskford...

Gestion de la propriété hôtelière