Things to do near Fort Augustus
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These Things to do listings are provided by the local community operated business initiative.
Enjoy Loch Ness, from the gateway of Fort Augustus to the heart of the Scottish Highlands
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Visit the Fort Augustus Village Hall web site, for upcoming eventsRead More
Beautiful views from the point. Photo opportunity
and Nessie spotting !!!
A listed monument. The Fort Augustus Preservation Society
are currently raising funds to fully restore the bridge in
the very near future.
Telfords famous canal completed in 1822. Joins various lochs
together from Fort William to Inverness. Watch the boats go up
and down the flight of locks from Loch Ness onto the Canal.
Located in the heart of Fort Augustus over looking the Caledonian Canal swing bridgeRead More
Tel +44 (0)1320 366247 +44 (0)7796435380 Email email@example.com
Tel +44 (0)1320 366365 Fax:+44 (0)1320 366603 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Glass-blowing studio where you will see glass being heated, shaped and blown to form a range of contemporary jewellery, Scottish souvenirs, life-like cats, vases, hanging decorations and, of course, Nessies!Read More
In our converted church beside the Caledonian Canal we stock a selection of gifts, clothes, jewellery, shortbread and sweets.
Hardware ShopRead More
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The craft room hosts Morag's Crafty Bothy and Craftiness Gift Shop. Ceramic painting fun for all the family, handmade crafts, jewellery, gifts and souvenirs.Read More
'The Highland Club' a former Benedictine Monastery is fully licenced to host civil, religious and humanist ceremonies. A perfect location for an intimate Highland Scottish wedding.Read More
There is a large car park in the centre of Fort Augustus, adjacent to the Tourist Information Centre and public toilets.Read More
Welcome to South Highland
Our area encompasses the core of the Highlands, stretching from the Minch in the west, to the Moray firth in the east. From west coast sea lochs and the islands of Skye, Rum and the other small isles, to the tops of Scotland's highest mountains, it's home to some of our most special wildlife and landscapes. Most of the population of the Highlands live here, from urban centres like Inverness and it's hinterland to the remote coasts and straths. Our team are proud to play our part in helping people and nature thrive.
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A thousand years of history
Urquhart Castle dominates a rocky promontory jutting into Loch Ness. That promontory has hosted some famous names in its long history.
St Columba visited with peaceful intent around AD 580. Not so the English, who seized the castle in 1296. Nor the MacDonalds, Lords of the Isles, who stormed through the glen time and again in the later Middle Ages, ruling with a rod of iron from the mighty castle.
In the twilight of its days as a seat of the chief of Clan Grant, Urquhart continued to prove its worth. It was last garrisoned in 1692, and legend claims that the towering gatehouse was blown up so that the castle could never again be a military stronghold. Over a thousand years of stirring history were buried beneath the rubble.
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Web http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/propertyresults/propertyoverview.htm?PropID=PL_297&PropName=Urquhart Castle
As one of the most iconic images of Scotland, Eilean Donan is recognised all around the world. Situated on an island at the point where three great sea lochs meet, and surrounded by some majestic scenery, it is little wonder that the castle is now one of the most visited and important attractions in the Scottish highlands.Read More