Oakvilla Guest House

Activities

There is plenty to see and do in the Highlands.

Whether you are an adrenaline junkie, a culture vulture, a nature enthusiast or simply enjoy relaxing with good food and drink – the Highlands has something for you.

We have included some popular activities to do during your stay and we update this all the time based on feedback from guests staying at Oakvilla Guest House.

 

 

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Looking For Your Family History?

We can assist you in finding more about your family using ancestry.co.uk

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Ur Pal

Want to see the best things to do and see in the North of Scotland

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Ironworks Venue

The Ironworks is a professional live music, event and conference in the heart of Inverness.

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Great choice of award winning Retaurants, Pubs and Bars

Inverness has a very good restaurant, pub-bar scene.
Experience the best of Scottish food, local beers, world famous whiskies- there is something for everyone.

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Your Inverness- altogether better

Discover the best of Inverness-
Shop Inverness’ fantastic selection of local and national stores.
Visit Inverness, find out what to do in the Inverness City Centre
Eat & Drink Inverness. Let Inverness tantalise your taste buds.

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Cairngorms National Park

BREATHTAKING
There’s nowhere else like the Cairngorms National Park.
Home to some of Britain’s most loved, but endangered species

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The Strathspey Railway

An exciting experience awaits at the heart of the Scottish Highlands! Embark on a stunning trip through the Cairngorms National Park-the home of Britain’s highest mountain range and an area of outstanding natural beauty boasting an impressive culture and heritage.

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Cycling in the Scottish Highlands is Incredible

The Highlands are great for cycling. It has a wonderful terrain with plenty of countryside and good road links for getting there.

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Traditional Highland Games in Scotland

With traditional heavy athletic events like tug-o-war and the caber toss, as well as Highland dance competitions, track and field events, the games are a spectacle like no other. And it all takes place against a scenic Scottish backdrop.

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Welcome to Scotland

You can sample good Highland food and the best of Scotland’s craft beers and spirits across the region.
Inverness has a great choice of restaurants, pubs and whisky bars.

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Cruise Loch Ness

The ultimate way to experience Loch Ness

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National Trust for Scotland

Castles and battlefields, gardens and glens, islands and wildlife…enjoyed and protected.

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Eden Court Theatre

Eden Court is one of Scotland’s premier performance, cinema and arts venue’s. Situated in the heart of Inverness,close to the banks of the River Ness

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North Coast 500

North Coast 500. More than 500 miles of the best the north has to offer. The route way runs to and from Inverness, venturing round the capital of the Highlands, up the West Coast and back via the rugged north coast

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Loch Ness Centre & Exhibition

A truly fascinating experience revealing the legends, historical and natural wonders of the worlds most famous Loch.

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Discover 5000 years of History

Explore the dramatic ruins of Urquhart Castle overlooking the mysterious waters of Loch Ness or storm the imposing Fort George, Britain’s mightiest fortress.

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Dolphin Spirit

Dolphin Spirit Wildlife Cruise

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Dunrobin Castle

A very warm welcome awaits you at Dunrobin castle. Hope to see you here soon.

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Hootananny

Multi-award winning pub and live music venue in Inverness, the Highland capital.

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Jacobite Cruises

Cruise down the beautiful Loch Ness on one of the Jacobite fleet. Its a dream come true.

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Cawdor Castle

Cawdor Castle

A fairy-tale castle which you can touch and see and sense for yourself, Cawdor is a splendid house and home of the Dowager Countess Cawdor. With its low doorways, turnpike stairs walls warmed by rare tapestries and its original kitchens, Cawdor is a place where you can slip right back into Scottish history.

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