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Glen Strathfarrar Visitor Information and Hospitality Guide for visitor information for Glen Strathfarrar which is situated situated near Loch Ness it is named from the River Farrar, which runs through the glen, and which derives from the Pictish var, and was known to the Romans as Varrar. There is ample hospitality and holiday accommodation on offer in the area including several hotels. The River Farrar flows through Strathfarrar from the West to join the River Glass at Struy, Just...

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Tomatin Holiday Accommodation guide

Discover Tomatin Holiday Accommodation guide for your property rentals in the area searching with stay4you.com. Tomatin, a lovely village on the River Findhorn and a short distance from the Cairngorms National Park, is located on the A9. In the Monadhliath Mountains, the settlement is well-known for its Tomatin distillery and offers nearby services like a new community centre, a small store, and a primary school. The city provides a wide range of services, including top-notch restaurants, shopping, and athletic facilities, yet being in a serene and unspoiled setting. It also benefits from a robust economy and ongoing investment.

Find a variety of modern and old lodging options in the city and the surrounding area to suit all budgets. Along with a contemporary theatre, Inverness still has a significant portion of its rich and storied Highland culture. The city has extensive rail and road connections, and the airport regularly operates flights to the south and Europe, so checkout Tomatin Holiday Accommodation and start your adventure.

Find a charming country inn that provides free Wi-Fi, delicious home cooking, and local fishing opportunities. Visit Carrbridge, where you may find the Tomatin Distillery and the Boat of Garten golf courses. Locate a home in the Scottish Highlands' Cairngorms National Park. There are two hotels, a post office, a village store, and a primary school in the nearby Carrbridge.

The region is pleasant and serene, and it is the perfect starting point for visiting the Highlands because it is surrounded by stunning mountain and moorland scenery.

The region is renowned for its breathtaking beauty and offers a wide variety of outdoor activities, including skiing at Aviemore, Scotland's top ski resort, as well as golfing, fishing, stalking, hillwalking, mountain biking, and visiting Landmark Forest Park, the Strathspey Steam Railway, and the Malt Whisky Trail. With access to Inverness north through the A9 and a main-line train station, Carrbridge also offers excellent shopping options, a cathedral, a theatre, a leisure centre, and a castle. Regular daily flights leave from Inverness Airport for London, Manchester, Birmingham, and other UK cities.

In and around Tomatin are a range of holiday accommodation on offer to suit all budgets in hotels, B and B and self catering etc.

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  • Tomatin Latitude 57.3358° N Longitude -3.9922° W 
  • Tomatin Postcode IV13
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Tomatin Inverness-shire The main pursuits of the Tomatin district are distilling, and catering for anglers. It is situated on the river Findhorn some 13 miles south east of Inverness surrounded by moorland, Tomatin was once a royal hunting ground attached to the king's Castle of lnverness.

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