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Inverness B&B

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Inverness B&B

Does anyone know of Logan Cottage in Inverness? Also what are the local "must see" sites.

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1. Re: Inverness B&B

Sorry, don't know Logan Cottage.

Highly recommended:

Walking by the river, and up by the castle, for lovely views.

Leakey's Second Hand Bookshop, Church Street - if you like books that is - this is the biggest second hand bookshop I've seen anywhere.

Eating at Rocpool, by the river - nice food, a nice setting.

Enjoying some local "Black Isle Brewery" ale in one of the pubs - or a dram of the local whisky - there are a few specialist whisky shops in the centre that will help you decide which is your favourite.

Getting out of the city into the countryside to the north west - it really is worth hiring a car for a day, and heading to Glen Affric.

Culloden moor is 5 miles the east - the last major battle on british soil, and an atmospheric place.

Brodie Castle - 24 miles east of inverness - a lovely 16th century traditional castle. www.nts.org.uk has details of both it and Culloden.

have a good trip.

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I spent several days in the Inverness area about a month ago, and the highlight of our time there was driving the Black Isle! It is only about 30 minutes north of the city, and is a magical oasis of pastoral charm and beauty. There are only a handful of villages and the open countryside is breathtaking. Highly recommended for an afternoon of wonder and tranquility.

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I stayed in B&B's all across Scotland in July/05 and Logan Cottage was absolutely the best. I would highly recommend it.

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Trust me on this... if you want a quickish drive/tour then there are better places than the black isle... it could really be anywhere else in Scotland.

for example you can take drive up to the small fishing town of Ullapool, this drive takes you around the base of Ben Wyvis and winds up to about 400 meters above sea level... you get up close to about 4 munro's one one quite short drive. Ullapool and back, including lunch is about 3 hours. Anothe option is the short drive to Glen Affric. again quite a short drive but you will see what the area has in abundance.... scenerey