Scotland's castles by Tabraham, C. J

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D Map E2 • (01687) 462365 • £ Kinloch Castle Hostel, Rum Share in the fantasy of this magnificent Victorian folly, Price categories are calculated per night, but for self-catering cottages there is usually a minimum stay of one week Kinloch Castle. 151). A great place from which to imbibe this beautiful and mountainous island. west coast is one long beach. Great walks and birdlife. gatliff. Balfour Castle, Orkney A castle with real home comfort, •£ completed in 1848 Busta House Hotel to a slightly eccenEriskay tric calendar design (it has 7 A self-catering flat close turrets, 12 entrance doors, 52 to the beach on a halcyon rooms and 365 panes of glass).

D Map D4–E3 • 73 miles (117 km) West Highland Way The first long-distance route, and still the most popular. Connecting Fort William and Glasgow, it winds past the Nevis and Glencoe ranges, crosses Rannoch Moor and skirts around every other mountain it can find. Stunning scenery, but rather close to the main road in parts. com Border Abbeys Way A circular route that combines historical interest with the irresistible appeal of the gentle Borders landscape, with its rounded hills, rivers and forests.

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