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The Chatelaine's Scottish Castles

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Dunnottar photo Dunnottar Castle
is one of the most photographed ruins in the country. Just 15 miles from Aberdeen it is open to the public all year and is well worth a visit. Discover its story and how the castle saved the Scottish Crown Jewels.....
One of my sentimental favourites,
the legendary Cawdor Castle of the Campbells
near Inverness is a delight to visit.
Lots of my photos to view online.
Cawdor Castle
Eilean Donan Castle Much-photographed Eilean Donan Castle is my old favourite.
Home of the Macraes and Mackenzies.
Detailed history and lots of pictures available.

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Scottish Travel & Tours

The Internet Guide to Scotland: detailed online info about Travel, Transport, Accommodation, Weddings, Sightseeing.

Scotland Made Easy
Self drive tours with a customised itinerary to suit your interests (e.g. castles, distilleries, standing stones). Includes booking service with quality accommodation (4 star B&Bs, night in a castle or country mansion, etc.).

Clansandcastles.com
Accommodation reservations for castles, inns & country houses.
Itinerary planning for self-drive tours (with car hire if required).
Private tour guides. Clan lands research.

Celia Ffitch-Stewart
Fully insured driver-guide with Mercedes limousine for your tailor-made guided tour. Half day, full day or extended tours. Airport collection (Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen or Inverness). Services can include itinerary planning and accommodation reservations. Meet your clan chief, trace your roots, stay in a castle, tour the distilleries. Member of HOSTGA (Highlands of Scotland Tour Guide Association).

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