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Visita a pie por lo imprescindible de Iverness con una lugareña
On this 1.5-hour tour with a local, expert guide, the main sights of Inverness will come alive as you explore, hear, and learn about how the city has grown. From its humble beginnings as a royal city, to the Jacobite risings and castle sieges to modern life in Inverness today (and of course, the loch ness monster!), come along and discover why Inverness is officially the happiest city in Scotland. Key sights include: • Inverness Castle • Inverness Cathedral • River Ness • Old High Church • Maybe even the Loch Ness Monster! And many more hidden gems!
Una ceremonia al estilo celta
In a beautiful and secret location near Loch Ness with celtic hanging rings and altar where dressed in traditional Scottish dress I will explain this full celtic ritual of handfasting. After the traditional gaelic introduction the rest of the ceremony will be in english and I will join your hands together and you will repeat the old vows of binding from long ago. You will be offered the chance to recite your own vows after this if you wish. After the ceremony you can relax with your loved one and a romantic and decadent Scottish gourmet picnic and drinks complete with fire, rugs, blankets, crockery etc. Other things to note This is not a legally binding ceremony and available for lovers, married couples, same sex and mixed sex couples alike.
Ruta en bicicleta por el paisaje de Inverness
We ride along the River Ness. We will see the oldest trees and the non native trees grow on the Ness islands. We stop briefly at Inverness Botanical Gardens a hidden gem prior to arriving onto the world famous Caledonian Canal before stopping at the bridges and learning about the stairway locks, leaving the Canal we go through the only Nature Reserve in the Highlands the Merkinch Nature Reserve, riding along the reserve sea wall we have the chance of seeing the most northerly pod of Bottlenose Dolphins. Joining the River Ness again heading upstream towards Inverness finishing with views of the city skyline and oldest churches in Inverness before returning to the City. Other things to note This is a adults only tour, 13 years and above. Guests must be able to cycle a bike. The tour is on the flat so not to energetic. Height restrictions are 4 foot 9 and above. We meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start time to fit the bike and helmet to your comfort.
Inverness con el chef privado Lee
¡Disfruta de tu propia experiencia de chef privado en tu alojamiento! ¡Aprovecha nuestros descuentos para grupos! ★ 15% DE DESCUENTO: grupos de 4 a 5 huéspedes ★ 20% DE DESCUENTO: grupos de +6 huéspedes Aprende los secretos ocultos en cada plato y disfruta de una deliciosa comida de varios platos. ¡Prepárate para descubrir el sabor de Inverness sin dejar tu propio comedor! El chef llegará 90 minutos antes de la hora de la cena que prefieras para empezar a trabajar en su magia. ¡No van a llegar con las manos vacías! No, no, se presentarán a la vuelta de la esquina equipados con todos los ingredientes necesarios para preparar tu comida. No dudes en ponerte el delantal y cocinando algunos de los platos con ellos. Están deseando compartir contigo los secretos que hay detrás de las recetas y los tesoros locales ocultos de Inverness. No te preocupes? Bueno, entonces, relájate, disfruta de unos aperitivos y deja que te cuide. Come, comparte, bebe, ríe y explora la escena gastronómica de Inverness desde tu propia mesa. Ah y no te preocupes por ordenar, todo se dejará impecable para que sigas disfrutando! Para echar un vistazo más de cerca a los menús, envía un mensaje directo y te los enviaremos. Ten en cuenta que para reservar una experiencia se requiere un mínimo de 2 participantes.
Recorrido de un día por la isla de Skye desde Inverness
Set off from the heart of Inverness to the Isle of Skye with a view of Inverness Castle. As we venture away from Inverness to the Isle of Skye, passing along Loch Ness, we journey through the heart of the Highlands and see some of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery en route to Eilean Donan Castle and the Skye Bridge. Then travelling over the Skye Bridge onto the beautiful Island we will travel across Skye, known for its rugged landscapes, visiting Sligachan , Cuillin Mountains, Portree and the Old Man of Storr. Returning back to Inverness we stop in Kyle of Lochalsh and Glen Sheil. You will be travelling in comfort in our luxury 8-seater minibus or executive Land Rover with your own friendly, local, experienced, kilted tour guide/driver. NB - Entry fees, lunch and guide gratuities are not included.
Original Inverness Walking Tour With Local Guide Cath
Meet with Inverness-born Cath outside Inverness visitors center where you will be welcomed in Gaelic (the native language of the Highlands of Scotland). Travel around the city and the banks of the River Ness stopping to listen to the history of buildings and the people who lived and worked in them. Learn about Highland folklore, tales of fairy folk, and prophecies that local people still believe in today. Hear how Inverness and the Highlands were shaped in the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden in 1746. The history of the bloody battle, places, and local clans were used as the basis for the Outlander books and TV series. Discover the real history that Diana Gabaldon used as her inspiration. Walking in a loop back to the starting point you will visit Inverness Town House, Castle, Graveyard and along the way uncover the best restaurants and bars to take in the real taste of the Highlands. The River Ness is home to a plethora of wildlife from salmon and otters to herons and you never know the Loch Ness monsters might put in an appearance!
Crea un paisaje de fieltro en Inverness
Guests will be introduced to a wide colour palette of ethically sourced merino wool reflecting the rich colours of the Scottish Highlands. We will then tease apart and layer the wool to form a landscape scene before adding sparkling strands, and other felted fibres to represent sheep, trees and crofts. We will then sprinkle warm soapy water onto our artwork before rubbing it between 2 layers of bubblewrap. It's a bit like shinking a jumper in the wash! Our fibres will eventually bond, forming a firm piece of fabric. The artwork is rinsed and excess water squeezed out. Once dry, your unique felted landscape will be ready for you to take home and frame. Other things to note The cabin is accessed via a series of steps and gentle slopes which may be challenging for guests with limited mobility. The cabin has quite a low roof so please mind your head if you're over 5' 8"
Inverness: lugares increíbles de las Highlands (medio día)
Half-day highland bucket list Tour from Inverness Our first stop Clava Cairns is where you will find the standing stones made famous by Diana Gabaldon the author of Outlander. But what else happens at this famous site. Find out with your guide the stories and mysteries of this 4000 year old site. We now move on to where in April 1746 on a cold wet moor by the name of Culloden, a battle took place which would change the life of the Highlanders forever. Visit where the gallant Jacobite's took on the might of King George II army. A trip to the Highlands is never complete without visiting the most famous Loch in the world, Loch Ness. Take your camera just in case Nessie makes an unexpected appearance. Next lets try some Nessie water and taste some Gin and grab a free dram at the award winning Great Glen Distillery. Note Distillery closed in winter months. They say save the best to last and you will not be disappointed as we stop and visit the most romantic ruin in Scotland Urquhart castle. 1000 years of history to explore and grab the stunning views which awaits. Castle Entrance fee £ 14.50 Adults We now head back to Inverness and finish our tour.
Tour y cata en un ahumadero en la isla de Skye
Isle of Skye's only commercial smokehouse! A tour of the uniquely designed smokehouse is inspired to look like a traditional Scottish building called a cleit. A peat roof and stonewalled buildings from the bygone years. (Search on google St. Kilda and Cleit). Learn how the local alder wood is prepared by hand using an axe and used to fire the smokehouse and to create the smoke. I will talk about the various techniques of hot and cold smoking, wet and dry curing. Smell the secret 6 spice mix blend used in the current recipe to cure the salmon. Can you guess any of the spices? Finally the best bit tasting, Sample 5 different canapes. A twist on a Cullen Skink, Smoked salmon mousse on beetroot and blini, two additional tasting spoons. Topics covered Isle of Skye, the only commercial smokehouse Wild salmon vs farmed salmon Wood selection, why alder? Dry and wet curing Kitchen equipment Smokehouse design, cleits The smoking processes such as hot and cold techniques, temperatures ect My products can be bought locally at: Aros Centre (Portree) The Top Shop (Broadford) An Crubh ( Sleat) Beths Deli (Balmacara) Plockton Shores Heb Shack (Uig) Pottery by by Lenz Ceramics https://www.lenz-ceramics
Recorrido por el lago Ness y el campo de batalla de Culloden
We will set off from Inverness and find out some amazing Loch Ness facts and then visit the once mighty medieval stronghold, Urquhart Castle, a testament to the power of Clan Chiefs and Scottish Kings, that now stands as a majestic ruin on the banks of the Loch. Next we will continue on to meet some Highland Cows at Robertson's Farm Shop then visit the Black Isle’s famous Glen Ord Distillery, a distillery with almost 200 years of history. A flight (3 whiskies) can be bought if you would like to taste the Singleton Malts made here. Moving on we then visit the burgh of Beauly, from the French "beau leau", meaning "beautiful place", and the name is not wrong! We stop here for an hour for lunch. After Lunch we will move on to the emotive and compelling Culloden Battlefield, and hear the chilling story of the conclusion of the Jacobite cause on the site where the last pitched battle fought on the British mainland took place Lastly after learning all about the Jacobites, we take you even further back in time into prehistory and explore the ancient and atmospheric monuments at Clava Cairns standing stones (4000 years old). These were seen recently on the TV show Outlander. NB - Entry fees, lunch and guide gratuities are not included
Ruta guiada en bicicleta desde Grantown-on-Spey
Meet Jim, your bike guide for the day at our local Bothy Bakery for freshly made coffee, perhaps a muffin or scone and a sandwich for lunch. There we will take time to discuss what sort of riding experience you would like and agree on what route might work best before heading off. You can choose from a variety of distances and climbing but as a rough guide 12 miles and 600 feet of ascent is about average for the time we have available. From Grantown on Spey there is a fantastic variety of guided gravel rides on offer alongside the mighty River Spey, through the wonderful pine forest or up into the hills with views of the Cairngorm Mountains and sometimes even the sea! Jim has a great local knowledge of different tracks, trails and roads to make sure that you will have a unique experience in this beautiful corner of the Cairngorm National Park. With him you can discover abandoned farms, ride through the forest on ribbons of pine needles or soar above the Dava Moor on spectacular tracks. Your guided ride finishes back in Grantown on Spey at The High Street Merchants art cafe where we can enjoy a well deserved lunch.
Tour por una granja pequeña en la isla de Skye
We will meet on the Croft, beside the workshop. Signage says ‘shop’. Your tour will begin by introducing you to our animals, sheep, Highland cows and donkeys. You will receive a warm Highland welcome and will gain insight into the daily routines of crofting and the life of our sheep and how we produce ethical wool. We will then enter my workshop where you will gain a brief history of fleece preparation, hand spinning, the reasons and history behind our uniquely hand knitted designs including our famous bespoke fisherman’s Gansey. You will have an opportunity to see our products and understand about Croft sustainability here on the Isle of Skye. A humerous story telling experience for everyone. Other things to note: Bring waterproof clothing as the weather can change quickly. The experience is not suitable for small children. As we are a working Croft, and not a petting farm, we cannot guarantee you will be able to touch any of the animals.
Historias ocultas en un paseo guiado con té silvestre
*Covid-19 status May 2022*: The walk is open for booking, and group sizes will remain small, at 8 maximum, and we will continue to follow any hygiene and social distancing guidance. Discover the incredible hidden and forgotten culture, history and ecology of this special place in a gentle guided adventure over 2.5-3 hours, complete with wild tea tasting. We'll explore the woods and trails finding ruins from centuries past, plants and trees and their folklore, creatures great and small, and plenty of hidden gems and untold stories along the way. We'll discover kings, spirits, fairy folk, witches and highwaymen - and of course it wouldn't be complete without resting with a cup of freshly-brewed foraged wild tea... and perhaps a Gaelic song or two. Suitable for all ages. Other things to note: Dogs are allowed but only if others booked onto the same walk are okay with this; if you want to bring a dog please let me know ahead of booking.
Stargazing walk with Gaelic stories and tea
Join a short evening stroll to stargaze and explore Scotland’s own Gaelic and Pictish stories of the stars from thousands of years ago. The skies are a rich tapestry of tales of characters and their adventures, with stories from the four cities of the Northern Islands of warrior goddesses, one-eyed giants, shapeshifting creatures and bad-tempered cows... (The Gaelic myths are just as impressive as the Greek myths!) And we’ll keep warm with a cup of foraged wild tea. Suitable for all ages.
Meditación relajante y autodesarrollo con caballos en Skye
On arrival you shall be greeted and taken round the stables for a tour. Once acquainted we shall give you a few moments to spend time with the horses allowing you to choose a horse you feel drawn to work with during your experience. With guidance, you shall be given time to groom and get to know your horse, allowing you time to get comfortable in their space. Once relaxed, you shall be taken on a guided meditation journey with your pony. Depending on the horse/pony chosen/weight restrictions, this may be done on horseback. Once your meditation is complete we invite you to take part in Equine Assisted Therapeutic Coaching 1-2-1 sessions within the outdoor arena or stable environment. This will allow you to work alongside your horse and coach on any areas of your life or self that you wish to improve, for example fears, work life, relationships, confidence, past traumas, negative self beliefs. Partnering with the horse to work through your beliefs, they will work with you as a visual aid to help you pin point the obstacles preventing you from reaching your goals in life. Reacting to our body language, the horse acts as a mirror reflecting far more about our Self back to us through their reactions than we can ever achieve by looking at ourselves in the mirror. Leave us feeling lighter, with a better sense of Self ready to take on your goals with a clear head.
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