1 edition of Grantown-on-Spey official guide book. found in the catalog.
Grantown-on-Spey official guide book.
1960 by compiled and produced for Grantown-on-Spey Improvements and Tourist Association by Gallagher"s Publicity Services in [Aberdeen .
Written in English
Cover title: Grantown-on-Spey: Scotland"s leading summer and winter resort: official guide book.
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The town has bed and breakfast accommodation available all year round. This travelling couple also enjoy walking and visiting historic sites and will be making the most of the local attractions during their stay here. You could disembark the Aberdeen Inverness line at Forres or Nairn but without buses this would involve a 30 to 40 minute Taxi run. From Ballindalloch the river offers a variety of Grade II rapids. It is situated in the heart of Speyside, near to the famed local malt whisky distilleries of Cragganmore, Glenlivet, Glenfarclas and Glenfiddich. Please endeavour to leave the facility cleaner than when you arrived.
No fewer than 18 hotels were counted in the town inthe number is probably not much smaller today. Running parallel with the river at this point, and on downstream to Spey Bay, is the Speyside Way. Speyside is geographically part of the Highlands but is considered a separate region because of its size and the different characteristics of Speyside whisky as opposed to other Highland whisky. From Ballindalloch the river offers a variety of Grade II rapids.
This is built into the hillside beside and below the main road and offers much better car and coach parking as well as a spacious shop, cafe, audio-visual displays and a superb model showing the castle in earlier, less ruinous days. Situated halfway between the Cairngorm and Lecht ski areas, the town is surrounded by ancient woodlands with a unique habitat for a wide variety of wildlife. Speyside is the undisputed centre for malt whisky in Scotland when it comes to the number of distilleries located in a single area. They were soon to acquire the power and position of Highland Chiefs, founding in turn the septs of Allan, through Sir Allan Grant of Auchernick, and Thomas, through his brother. His name was among those on the first Bill of Punishment, but was later removed and the Chief had his estates returned. With the Grantown show only a week away we are looking forward to welcoming back the strathisla pipe band.
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Largely built of grey stone, it is a fine town conveying an air of established solidity. Rothiemurchus Highland Estate: Another working estate this time near Aviemore. In two competing railway lines arrived in Grantown on Spey.
Grant of Glenmoriston himself had his house burned and his lands destroyed by the Duke of Cumberland - the 'Butcher Duke'.
Dunrobin Castle is 85 miles north of Grantown and makes for a wonderful day out. The Farquharsons killed a Gordon on Deeside, and Huntly raised his clan, and sought the support of the the Laird of Grant.
Once past gate at roadside, most convenient pedestrian access is through metal gate on right at bottom of hill. Regrettably, illegal fishing of this valuable creature is still being practised. For further details of the FWPM and its protection, log on to www.
Also, clear path from small lay-by RHS of road, at a point almost midway between the above main access points. This is a very serious issue that all recreational users of water should be familiar with. In there were Freuchie Clansmen-at-arms on the side of the Government, although they did not, or would not, fight against 'Bonnie' Prince Charles.
There are many castles in Scotland that are more complete, and some that are larger but there are few with quite such a turbulent history, and even fewer located in such beautiful surroundings.
Please look out for a section of concrete banking on river right, approx. South From Inverness to Carrbridge, and follow the signs for 10 miles. The founding of the town is well documented and the history of the people and buildings are brought to life in the exhibitions with both modern and traditional displays and by an audio visual presentation.
Birds of prey and Falconer are available until 3 pm every day for photographs. The Macpherson-Grants have resided here since Most of the following castles have cafes which are very good but why not take a pinic to enjoy in their gardens, nothing better on a sunny day.
Cathegory groupings include type of event, difficulty and locality. Currently only pedestrian access available towards the field metres from road, previously available to paddlers. On departure from any camp-site no evidence should remain of your being there.
If you proceed to make a booking you will leave our Website and visit a website owned and operated by a third party. Over the past years careful stewardship by the owners, The Royal Family, has preserved the wildlife, scenery and architecture which is available for all generations to enjoy.
However, a handful of the sawdust provided in bins should be thrown down the toilet after use. The town is also conveniently located for the 70 mile long famous Speyside Malt Whisky Trail. Roads run close to the river throughout its length. Another View of the Square.Ballindalloch Castle, 13 miles from Grantown on Spey and on the Malt Whiskey Trail, sometimes known as The Pearl of The North is one of the most beautiful and renowned castles in Scotland.
It is situated in the heart of Speyside, near to the famed local malt whisky distilleries of Cragganmore, Glenlivet, Glenfarclas and Glenfiddich.
Grantown-on-Spey is a town in the Highland Council Area, historically within the county of Moray. It was founded in as a planned settlement on a low plateau at Freuchie beside the river Spey at the northern edge of the Cairngorm mountains, about 20 miles south east of atlasbowling.comally called simply Grantown after Sir James Grant, on Spey was added by the burgh council in The.
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The official trails of Speyside and Moray The routes in this guidebook The River Spey If you are planning to stay near the town you must resupply either in Grantown-on-Spey, Aberlour, or Tomintoul depending on which direction you are walking from. (page of current edition of the guide book).”.
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