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Visiting Groam House Museum This is a lovely museum known as Groam House Museum is an outstanding centre for Pictish and Celtic Art in Ross-shire. A collection of Pictish stones and artefacts can be found in the Groam House Museum, which is dedicated to the area's Pictish past. The exhibits of the museum present the Picts, an ancient Celtic people who resided in Scotland throughout the early Middle Ages. To understand more about Pictish symbols, carvings, and their significance in...

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Plockton is a community that may be found in Lochalsh, Wester Ross. On the west coast of Ross and Cromarty in the Scottish Highlands, the village of Plockton is located close to the shores of Loch Carron, which is both a sea loch and the point at which the River Carron empties into the North Atlantic ocean. This sea loch also serves as a barrier between the Lochalsh and Applecross peninsulas.

There is a plethora of flora and fauna, as well as a variety of outdoor activities like as climbing, trekking, sailing, and fishing, in addition to a golf course that is situated in a magnificent loch side location.

A primary school, a health centre, a Post Office, a Spar, an award-winning grocery store, motels to suit all pockets, and a health centre are some of the many local amenities that are available in the hamlet. Secondary students who live in the nearby area take the bus to Plockton.

You may explore the historic Duncraig Castle, which dates back to the 19th century, rent a room with a view of Loch Carron and the castle grounds, and take in some of the breathtaking scenery that the Highlands have to offer. For more information on all that Plockton has to offer search stay4you.

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Find a variety of lodging options that are priced to accommodate a variety of budgets, from a bed and breakfast to a grand hotel, offering a double bedroom for a romantic holiday or a twin room to share with a friend, or family rooms overlooking the sea or the mountains, offering a double bedroom for a romantic holiday or a twin room to share with a friend, or family rooms overlooking the sea or the

The village has a village hall, general store with café, public houses, restaurants, a newsagent and craft shop, hotels to suit all types of pocket, a library, and the primary and secondary school. The village enjoys a temperate climate as a result of the Gulf Stream, and cabbage palm trees give the appearance of a subtropical setting. In the picturesque community of Duirnish, the well-known hairy Heilan coos can frequently be spotted frolicking around freely.

This is a 25-mile route from the settlement near to the bottom of the pass, with a traditional loop, over the Bealach to Applecross. The Bealach na Ba is the largest road pass in the UK, and it is visible from Plockton. The Applecross peninsula is home to one of Britain's finest and most difficult routes. On the edge of the loch, you will find coral beaches in addition to a short airport that is suitable for use by private light aircraft.

This area, which includes the village of Kyle of Lochalsh, is known as the Gateway to Skye. It is situated on the Lochalsh peninsula, directly across from the village of Kyleakin on the Isle of Skye, and is reachable by way of the Skye Bridge. Kyle of Lochalsh village is home to a diverse selection of retail and service establishments, in addition to a public hall, harbour, and marina, as well as a sailing club.

Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, is located around 75 miles to the east and has all of the amenities that are typical of a major city.

At the Inverness airport, which is located at Dalcross and is close to the coast, you can travel to a number of cities in the United Kingdom, as well as to Europe and beyond, and there is service to the rest of the world. Several airlines, including British Airways, Logan air, Easy Jet, and KLM, use this airport.

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Duncraig station has consistent services to both Kyle of Lochalsh and Inverness, and there are excellent road connections to the neighbouring A890, which leads to Inverness. Starting in Inverness, head north on the A9 and cross the Kessock Bridge. If you follow the coast, you'll come across many towns and villages that are full of history and stories from throughout the centuries. These stories tell of the struggle of the Highland people to survive in this ancient landscape. Along the coast, you'll find many different types of accommodations to suit a variety of budgets. Find a log cabin that can accommodate a large party, bring your friends and bikes, and embark on some of the most exhilarating rides in this area; then, take your family on an exciting journey through the Highlands. Make reservations for a camper van, and get out on the open road. Find some distant terrain, put up a tent with someone you care about, watch the sun go down and rise over some of the most breathtaking scenery you'll ever see, and greet some hairy cockatoos in the morning. Find a castle in a romantic environment for that anniversary that is simply suitable for that special anniversary to spoil your lover, and look for restaurants that offer some famous highland fair. Check out the many local artists and craftspeople to see what they have to offer. Take your friends with you and go on a fishing trip with a skipper who has expertise and experience to share so that the entire group may enjoy the adventures, this location has plenty of outdoor activities that are suitable for people of all ages and abilities.

Take the second exit off the Tore roundabout and follow the signs for Ullapool and Dingwall. Continue on the A835 by taking the second exit at the next roundabout, which will take you to Ullapool. Proceed along this road, going through the town of Garve. After taking the turn to the left onto the A832 where it is signed for Gairloch, continue along this road until you reach Lochcarron.

This area is known for its strong sense of community, and it features a wide variety of golf courses that are suited to players of all skill levels. Because of its location on the North Coast 500, Lochcarron is a well-liked tourist resort throughout the entire year. Both Inverness and Dingwall are close by, and both offer a comprehensive selection of shopping and leisure facilities in addition to transit routes that may be taken by automobile, bus, motorcycle, camper van, train, or plane.

The world-famous Inverness to Kyle railway line has a station in the neighbouring community of Strathcarron. Strathcarron also features a primary school, shops, hotels with varying price points, medical facilities, garages, and cafes; however, older students must travel to Plockton to attend high school.

This road starts to climb to a higher elevation; after you reach the top, take the road to the left that is marked with directions to Dal A' Chladaich, and then follow that road all the way down and all the way around to the water front.

Plockton situated in the Ross and Cromarty area was established at the end of the 18 century as a fishing place, and then on to become a crofting community. On the outer part of Loch Carron between Strome and Kyle of Lochhalsh, Plockton is a pleasant backwater with the main road passing in behind the hill. Looking to stay in the local area then check out Plockton Holiday Accommodation with stay4you.com

On Eilean na Creige Duibhe an attractive small island at the mouth of Loch Carron the Scottish wild life trust and conservation area where herons nest in a stand of ancient Scots pines. The island is accessible by boat from Plockton, but visitors are asked not to disturb the birds.

Plockton today is a lively place. Its place on the tourist map was firmly established when, in the mid-1990s, the BBC chose to film a drama series called Hamish Macbeth here. Three series were made and tourists flocked to see its setting. Though the TV effect has diminished, summers remain very busy here. Today the highlight of the year is the annual Plockton Regatta, held for a fortnight starting on the Monday after the 4th Sunday in July.

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