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The Merkinch Local Nature Reserve is one of the undiscovered treasures that Inverness has to offer.At the terminus of Kessock Road, there is a turning circle that also serves as a parking area.From this point, there is an excellent walk that is suited for people of all abilities and it leads to the towpath of the Caledonian Canal. Along this path, you'll have the opportunity to explore the nature reserve's network of smaller trails and boardwalks.Depending on how far you go exploring, the...

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Clachnaharry Holiday Accommodation Guide

Clachnaharry is located on the south shore of the Beauly Firth, approximately 2 miles west of the city centre, in the Highlands, close to the Muir Town Bridge and canal, with amenities at the nearby Telford Retail Park, and there is a regular bus service to and from the city centre, which is a short distance away. Clachnaharry was once a small fishing village. Inverness City has great links by road and rail, and it is also served by an international airport. It also has a wide range of shopping options and activities that are typical of city life, such as leisure and recreation. Before it empties into the ocean, the Caledonian Canal Muirtown comes to a conclusion right here in Muirtown.

Searching on stay4you.com will help you locate a holiday rental in Clachnaharry. To reserve, either get in touch with the owner personally or do it online. During your upcoming trip, Stay4you.com can be the best option if you're seeking for a straightforward way to make a booking request.
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Whether you're looking for an apartment or a rural cottage, Stay4you.com can assist you in finding the best deal on a direct booking. There are several great options in the vicinity of Clachnaharry, where you can stay overnight. There are several types of businesses that can be classed as hotels, inns, or B&Bs.

You will also find the Tomnahurich Swing Bridge, the Caledonian Canal Sea Lock, and the Railway Swing Bridge here. Other swing bridges in the area include the Muirtown Swing Bridge, the Muirtown Canal Locks, and the Railway Swing Bridge.

This area is home to a plethora of castles, each of which may be explored and boasts large, picture-perfect gardens as well as outstanding collections of tapestries, paintings, and furniture, all of which are just waiting to be discovered and investigated.

Culloden Moor was the location of the final significant battle to take place on the mainland of Britain in 1746, marking the end of the Jacobean uprisings. Learn more about one of Scotland's most famous exports, whiskey.

You can take a cruise on Lock Ness from Dochgarroch, and then return to catch the sightseeing bus that departs from the car park on a regular basis, travelling around Inverness city, allowing you to hop on and hop off around the city, and then takes you back to the car park at Dochgarroch. Dochgarroch has a new visitor centre, and it sells some appealing Highland souvenirs to the many tourists who come here.

During World War II, the Dam Busters used Loch Ness as their training site before heading to Germany to actually breach dams there.

There is a wide variety of places to stay in the surrounding area, including campgrounds, bunkhouses, log cabins, bed & breakfasts, tiny local hotels, big hotels, and even a castle or two, which may be found at prices to fit a variety of budgets.

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Clachnaharry is a suburb of Inverness standing where the Caledonian canal reaches the Beauly Firth about 2 miles west of the city centre. It is a former fishing village.

There is a monument at the west end of the village commemorating a battle between the Clan Mackintoshes and the Clan Munro's in 1454following a dispute over tolls. It is said that the Mackintosh's chief Malcolm Og Mackintosh was killed during the battle. The Battle Monument can be seen on the hill above the village where the men would have once kept watch.

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Enjoyable afternoon
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While we were staying in a hotel in Inverness, we went on a walk to explore the lochs at Clachnaharry and decided to eat lunch there. During our trip, we discovered a beautiful little pub that made for an enjoyable afternoon.
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