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If you’re worried about the infamous Scottish weather, visit Inverness in the summer months. July is the hottest month, with an average temperature of 14°, so you can explore the city’s heritage sites with only a light jacket on.Winters are crisp, if a little wet, but Inverness is bright at Christmas time after the Christmas lights switch on, which normally happens at the end of November. Kids and couples alike will be entranced by the winter wonderland that arrives during the following month or so, from Christmas markets, to the chance to meet reindeer or take in a traditional pantomime.
As well as bordering the battlefield, hotels in Culloden are a great option for tourists who want to be moved by the history of the area’s ancient buildings. Castle Stuart is a tower house on the banks of the Moray Firth, given to James Stewart, first Earl of Moray by his sister Mary, Queen of Scots. You can also head out to Clava Cairns, the curious ruins and burial chambers that are reminiscent of Stonehenge.Go for a hotel in Balloch if you’ve chosen to stay near Inverness to be close to Loch Lomond. Balloch is on the Loch’s southwest shores, and is often referred to as the Gateway to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Visit the park to take a boat cruise on the loch and enjoy soaring views of Ben Lomond in the background. It’s also a dream location for hikers, thanks to its deep glens and rugged peaks. Cawdor Castle is just over 15 minutes away from Balloch. Set among beautiful gardens, you can tour its many rooms and learn about its links with Shakespeare’s Macbeth.Hotels in Holm are a great place to be for a family holiday, thanks to the exciting archaeological discoveries that have been made there. Inquisitive young minds can learn about the early Bronze Age coffins that were dug up at Holm Mains – one with male human remains still inside. Chanonry Point is a half-hour drive away. Here, families can take a dolphin watching trip out to sea.

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