The Quality of the Highlands of Scotland
Things to Do in the North of Scotland.
Gardens, Castles and some Natural History, in the Northern Highlands
Gardens & Nurseries
|The Highlands has a number of gardens open to the public. A listing and some descriptions are to be found at:
|For a listing of Plant Nurseries in the Highlands please visit:
|Tour public and private gardens in the company of an experienced gardener and plantsman. Day or Extended Tours are available. See:- www.gardens-scotland.co.uk/tours
|Now owned by the National Trust for Scotland this castle was the home of the Brodie clan. Its contents and grounds are an uplifting experience.
|This fairy-tale castle in a magical setting on the north west coast of the Moray Firth is a wonderful place to visit. Don’t miss the Falconry demonstrations!
The page is on my gardening site and has some general information about visiting the castle.
|Dating from the 14th Century this beautiful castle is steeped in history and legend. A wonderful example of the development of a castle through the ages.
|Built to supress the Highlanders after Culloden, this fort is a superb example of Georgian military architecture.
|Dolphins are quite frequently to be seen in the Moray Firth near Inverness.