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King's Highway
72-74 Church Street
Inverness
Highlands

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Tucked away in some of the country's most breath-taking scenery is Inverness, understandably known as the Gateway to the Highlands.Combining its traditional role as a major tourist attraction with its burgeoning business centre, Inverness is the quintessential metropolis among the mountains. Just to the south is the legendary Loch Ness and its infamous inhabitant, the irrepressible Nessie. Loch Ness 2000 is the Highlands most popular attraction, offering a fully automated 7-room walk-through story of the loch. There are also monster-hunting trips with colour sonar to make sure there are no hiding places. For the family looking to immerse itself in the traditional local fare,Drum Farm offers an agricational experience,with mini tractors,friendly animals,play barns for the kids and a relaxing tea room for grown-ups.The glorious wildlife and scenery can also be enjoyed from such world-famous golf links as Royal Dornoch and Nairn.

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