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Perfect place for a family walk - short and long hikes available so great for kids, elderly and all.
The highest and most spectacular falls in the area. This walk will take around an hour and is 1.5 miles. Check walkhighlands website for more details.
Plodda Falls and the nearby village of Tomich are a lovely place to visit for a morning or afternoon. There are a number of short walks along the river and Tomich has a nice cafe. The ruins of Guisichan House are an interesting historical landmark.
Located close to Tomich not far from Glen Affric. This is a must see high waterfall with a viewing platform over the top. A really nice little walk with some impressive trees and views. Highly recommended. When the weather is bad its even more worthwhile as the falls become far more impressive. …
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“about 30 mins drive away... great links course including (they say) the hardest hole in Scotland (and I'm inclined to agree)...the hole after that is great in the wind...”
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“Bar suppers, hotel restaurant, or traditional high teas. Best to book during the summer months 01463 782 309”
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“If skating is your thing, our ice rink is a 10 minute drive away. Skates for hire and there's a wee cafe there too. Great place to head if the rain gods are angry! ”
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“This traditional Scottish inn built in 1838 offers local Highland produce served in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere in addition to a Brewery Bar offering local beers and whiskies. Opening hours are currently 4pm until 10.30pm Monday to Thursday and 12 noon until 10.30pm Friday to Sunday for bookings please phone 01456 450991.”
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