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Here in this thatched cottage built c1698 by his great-grandfather was born Hugh Miller, on 10 October, 1802.
Ullapool Museum and Visitor Centre is a local history museum based in the town.
Glenmorangie Distillery has been producing its Single Highland malt Scotch whisky since 1843. Crafting the delicate spirit is entrusted to the legendary Sixteen Men of Tain.
Parks & Gardens
Loch Ness Side, By Inverness
A beautiful woodland garden and family plant nursery on the shore of Loch Ness.
Perfect for a day trip visit, short family walk and/or to find some unusual and hardy plants for your garden. Gorgeous views down Loch Ness.
Muir Of Ord
A visit to Glen Ord, on the edge of the Black Isle in the Highlands west of Inverness, is a delight to both the eye and the palate.
Arts & Crafts
The Tain Pottery and Visitor Centre is easily located on the A9, just south of the Royal Burgh of Tain and will be an ideal place to break your journey or seek refuge from inclement weather.
Elgin Museum is Scotland’s oldest independent museum.
Arts & Crafts
Johnstons of Elgin has been creating the finest woollen and cashmere cloth, clothing and accessories since 1797.
Tain Through Time visitor centre presents the rich history of Easter Ross, including medieval royal Pilgrimages to Tain.
Explore the fascinating multiple underground chambers and learn about the salmon fishing industry at the Findhorn Village Icehouse and Heritage Centre.
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