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Trafford Bank Inverness HotelTrafford Bank. 96 Fairfield Rd, Inverness, Scotland. A large Victorian house, once the palace of the Bishop of Moray and Rosshire. It has been completely refurbished by Lorraine and Koshal who mix contemporary and antique furnishings in their fabulous home. The house is also full of pictures and sculptures by various Scottish artists. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.

The Glens of Ross-shire: A Guide for Walkers and Mountainbikers (Scottish Glens) The Glens of Ross-shire" includes: Inverness to Shiel Bridge, Easter Ross, Wester Ross. Peter Koch Osborne is an experienced mountain walker who discovered a whole new world with the mountain bike.

 

Ancestral Home of the Clan RossBalnagown: Ancestral Home of the Clan Ross - A Scottish Castle Through Five Centuries Balnagown Castle in Easter Ross, North-East Scotland is one of the country's oldest continuously inhabited castles. This text traces the story of Balnagown''s lairds, their ancestors, their clan and their part in the history of Scotland.

Tain Easter RossTain Through the Centuries Tour Easter Ross. The Royal Burgh of Tain, in Easter Ross, has a long and varied history, reaching back to the sanctuary associated with St Duthac and its early trading privileges traditionally bestowed by Malcolm Canmore. A collegiate church was established there by James III, with the sanction of the Pope, and it was a place of yearly pilgrimage by James IV. The burgh's royal connections were sustained through charters bestowed by James VI and Charles II. The history of Tain is fully and vividly communicated through this reprinted edition, originally commissioned for the 900th anniversary celebrations in June 1966. The book brings together research from national and local records resulting in a fresh examination of Tain's claim to antiquity. The development of the town, including its clan and political rivalries, changes in church and state, and social and economical conditions form the background of this unique story, in which well known figures such as Montrose, Charles James Fox and Andrew Carnegie rub shoulders with a host of local personalities. Tain Through the Centuries examines in detail local matters like the positions of the four girth or sanctuary crosses and the route of the burgh marches yet strives to set these issues against a wider sphere of national events, aiming to illustrate Scotland's history through its impact on a small rural community remote from the centre of affairs. Tain Through the Centuries is a fascinating portrait of a fiercely proud area, an essential read for those interested in the development of the royal and ancient burghs of Scotland and in the history of the Highlands. R.W. and Jean Munro have a strong combined knowledge of Tain, drawing from published and unpublished sources and supplementing this with a special study of the burgh and national records.

Discovering the Black IsleDiscovering the Black Isle (Discovering S.) This text is not merely a step-by-step guide along walks or places of interest. It is rather a means of helping the reader towards an enjoyable personal discovery of a unique region of Scotland, a peninsula: not an island. Tour Easter Ross.



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