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Heavy snow affects roads across Lochaber
HEAVY snow has affected roads across Lochaber though Northern Constabulary say all routes in the area are open and passable with care. The A82 between Glencoe, Fort William and Spean Bridge and the...
Offenders Clearing Snow In Highlands
The snow continues to fall in the Scottish Highlands, but this year there is help from Community Service Teams.  Offenders have been drafted into service to help clear snow throughout Highland...
Clachaig Inn, Glencoe Special Offers
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The Galley of Lorne Inn - Special Offers
Over the course of the year, we have a selection of special offers for guests old and new, making the Galley of Lorne Inn the perfect choice for that Short Break or romantic retreat to the...
Festive Entertainment at The Galley of Lorne Inn
Join the festive fun and games at The Galley, and come along to one of our events: Thurs 29th Dec - Christmas Quiz Fri 30th Dec - Live Music from Danny Carroll Sat 31st Dec - Hogmanay Dinner &...
Tony Robinson launches archaeological trails
TIME Team star Tony Robinson is encouraging people to visit the islands' archaeological sites. Best known for his role as Baldrick in Blackadder, Mr Robinson launched VisitScotland's new...
The Galley of Lorne Inn - Hogmany Dinner & Dance
Although our rooms are full for our New Year Package, you can still join in on the fun at our Hogmanay Dinner & Dance. Priced at £37.50pp, you'll enjoy a sensational four course dinner...
Peat restored after movie shoot
An area of peatland in the north west Highlands has been restored following the filming of scenes for new movie The Eagle of the Ninth. A reconstruction of a Pictish village was built at Old...
Squirrel census aims to help NTS survival plan for reds
A census of squirrels is to be carried out on all the land owned by the National Trust for Scotland (NTS). News of the study comes as the organisation publishes a plan to help ensure the survival...
Firm appointed to carry out vital work at Pennan
CRUMBLING: The cliffs overlooking Pennan are in need of essential repair works A Stonehaven firm has been selected to carry out essential repair work on the crumbling cliffs overlooking an iconic...
Scottish Highlands Hostels
The Scottish Highlands website has recently been updated with a whole slew of new hostels situated in the Northern reaches of Scotland. Like most hostels many of them offer a variety of different...
Billy Connolly opens Dee salmon season
Billy Connolly was the guest of honour at the River Dee and has formally opened the River Dee for the start of the 2010 salmon fishing season. The Scottish comedian and actor took part in the...
Bronze Age burial chaambers unearthed in Armadale
THREE bronze age burial chambers have been unearthed during excavations to lay foundations for 11 homes in Armadale on Skye. UBC workmen discovered the first stone kist, measuring two metres long...
MEP enters ferry row
A Liberal MEP has asked the European Commission to investigate the Scottish government's decision to extend a discount ferry fares scheme pilot. The SNP government has extended the three-year road...
We're Delighted to Announce...
...The launch of our brand new website! We know from talking to many of our guests that you found our previous website very good indeed and many of you wondered why we wanted to change it....
MIDWEEK WINTER ESCAPE AT THE GALLEY OF LORNE INN, NR OBAN - SAVE 50%!!
Stay in our Tiree, Arran, Uist or Islay suites on any midweek night (Sunday to Thursday) between now and 22nd December and enjoy a phenomenal 50% discount, making our room rate £35.50 per night...
Ice Climbs Created along the A9
Ice climbers have been finding previously unavailable low-level climbs on rock faces and a road cutting along a trunk road in the Highlands. The Slochd, near Inverness, and the cutting which is...
Four Highland spas worth visiting
Four Highland spas worth visiting When it comes to spa breaks Scotland can more than hold its own. The further north you go, the better they get. Set ...
Weaver training to help tweed industry
Twelve people are to be trained as weavers of Harris Tweed amid fears about the industry's ageing workforce. Members of the Harris Tweed Liaison Group, which includes Western Isles councillors,...
Inverness Leisure Centre Wins Awards
The Inverness Leisure Centre has won two distinctive awards as a result of its recent assessment.  First, they have earned four stars as a visitor attraction from Visit Scotland.  This...
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