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Dingwall

A charming market town, enjoying a prime location on the banks of the Cromarty Firth, within stunning Ross-shire. The town’s name stems from Norse and means ‘Parliament Field’, a testament to this town’s long and tumultuous history, and its importance. The town is now known as an ideal location to visit for a relaxing break, with easy access to the beautiful countryside as well as a charming town centre, with many excellent restaurants and pubs to choose from.

We love Dingwall because...

  • Market town
  • Beautiful countryside
  • Jacobite history
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Dingwall-Breaks excursion-Tulloch Castle
Tulloch Castle
Tulloch Castle Drive Dingwall IV15 9ND

This enchanting castle radiates history and charm, with idyllic surroundings making it the perfect base for a Highland adventure.

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Tulloch Castle
Tulloch Castle Drive Dingwall IV15 9ND

This enchanting castle radiates history and charm, with idyllic surroundings making it the perfect base for a Highland adventure.

In and around Dingwall

Highland Museum of Childhood

Housed in what was once the railway station, this museum showcases a huge collection of antique dolls, as well as exhibits featuring games, toys and costumes from down the years. Find out what life was like for Scottish children in the Highlands, as well as local folklore and customs of the ages. Visitors can enjoy watching an award-winning film from the museum, viewing the collections of toys as well as getting a bite to eat or a hot drink at the coffee shop.

Dingwall Museum

A quaint, fascinating local museum providing a veritable treasure chest of relics, local history resources, as well as local art. There are many stories of local folk heroes to hear, with interactive displays for visitors to study. Another area of interest is the Military Room, which displays a number of highland heroes and tells their stories.

Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre

The climactic battle of the Jacobite rising of 1745 ended with Charles Edward Stuart being defeated by loyalist, William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland. This was the last set piece battle in the United Kingdom and ended the Jacobite uprising. The battle was decisive and resulted in between one and two thousand Jacobites dead within one hour. This fascinating centre stands upon the battlefield itself and features an interactive exhibition and a visitor centre, which explain the lead up to the battle and the gory details thereafter.

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