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Guidebook for North Kessock

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Guidebook for North Kessock

Getting Around
North Kessock is on the 26 bus route. Services run hourly for most of the day on weekdays but are less frequent in the evenings and on Sundays. Current timetable details are available from the Stagecoach website
Inverness Bus Station
North Kessock is on the 26 bus route. Services run hourly for most of the day on weekdays but are less frequent in the evenings and on Sundays. Current timetable details are available from the Stagecoach website
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Inverness Rail Station
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Direct flights to and from London, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Belfast, Dublin, & Amsterdam, also connections to the Western and Northern Isles
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Inverness Airport
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Direct flights to and from London, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Belfast, Dublin, & Amsterdam, also connections to the Western and Northern Isles
Arts & Culture
A visit to Culloden is a must - more than just the site of the last battle fought on British soil, it explains the cultural changes that swept Scotland and have defined Highland culture for nearly 300 years
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Culloden Battlefield
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A visit to Culloden is a must - more than just the site of the last battle fought on British soil, it explains the cultural changes that swept Scotland and have defined Highland culture for nearly 300 years
Ancient burial mounds and standing stones in stunning location - now made famous by the Outlander novels, a short hop from Culloden
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Clava Cairns
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Ancient burial mounds and standing stones in stunning location - now made famous by the Outlander novels, a short hop from Culloden
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Eden Court Inverness
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Parks & Nature
The best place to see bottle nosed dolphins in the UK - visit the recently upgraded heritage trail at the point on the rising tide and you may see them feeding in the swirling waters feet away from the shoreline
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Chanonry Point
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The best place to see bottle nosed dolphins in the UK - visit the recently upgraded heritage trail at the point on the rising tide and you may see them feeding in the swirling waters feet away from the shoreline
A quirky and highly visitable castle, also has stunning gardens and fabulous woodland walks
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Cawdor Castle and Gardens
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A quirky and highly visitable castle, also has stunning gardens and fabulous woodland walks
We are within half an hour of the heart of the Cairngorm National Park . Stunning mountain scenery, lively towns and villages and endless selection of places to visit - for all levels of outdoor activities, nature and cultural history
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Cairn Gorm
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We are within half an hour of the heart of the Cairngorm National Park . Stunning mountain scenery, lively towns and villages and endless selection of places to visit - for all levels of outdoor activities, nature and cultural history
Just the other side of the hill, we are in very easy striking distance of Loch Ness. With bustling lochside villages , the iconic Urquhart castle and stunning scenery ... and of course it could be just the day to spot Nessie ....
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Loch Ness
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Just the other side of the hill, we are in very easy striking distance of Loch Ness. With bustling lochside villages , the iconic Urquhart castle and stunning scenery ... and of course it could be just the day to spot Nessie ....
Sightseeing
Just an hour's drive will take you to the west coast and the bustling fishing town Ullapool. Small and cosmopolitan, it includes great seafood eateries, great bookshops, art shops, boat trips and stunning coast and mountain scenery. Ferry departure point for Stornoway and the Western Isles
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Ullapool
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Just an hour's drive will take you to the west coast and the bustling fishing town Ullapool. Small and cosmopolitan, it includes great seafood eateries, great bookshops, art shops, boat trips and stunning coast and mountain scenery. Ferry departure point for Stornoway and the Western Isles
Entertainment & Activities
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Vue Cinema Inverness
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Shopping
The capital of the Highlands, this small city serves a huge hinterland, and is well served with a wide range of supermarkets and stores
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Inverness
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The capital of the Highlands, this small city serves a huge hinterland, and is well served with a wide range of supermarkets and stores