Urquhart Castle (Scotland) Reviews
Description:Urquhart Castle is beside Loch Ness in Scotland.
Newest Review: ... experience of the place. Historic Scotland have tried their best to make everything accessible, but there's really only so much they can do without rebuilding the castle. That being said, you may still be able to take in some of the nicer views without having to go up any steps. ===Going to the flickies=== You come off of the stairs (or out of the lift) at the entrance to the Gift shop and ... more
Customer Urquhart Castle (Scotland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/11/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
===Castle-mania=== In October this year (2013) I took my partner off to loch Ness for his birthday. There isn't an awful lot to do there that doesn't involve water sports and sight seeing, so accordingly, I made sure I'd planned a wee excursion or two. We'd go and visit the famous loch (obviously) and we'd also hit one of the many distilleries on route (Loch Ness is in the centre of a route that takes in good few Whiskey distilleries) The one I was most excited about was going to see, however, was Castle Urquhart which brags of being one of the most visited Castles in Scotland. My camera was at the ready for a fun day of getting in people's ... Read the complete review
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