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Dingwall

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County - Highlands | Map
Tel code: 01349 | code search
Postcode: IV7 | code search
Population: 5000
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Birthplace of:
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Folk Customs:
Highland Games

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Culbokie Inn
"Had read the previous review and how far from the truth. My husband and I arrived for dinner and were made very well come by both Catherine & David, both the ..." More

Culbokie Inn
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Dingwall is a burgh town in the Highlands of Scotland situated 10 miles north-west of Inverness, at the head of the Cromarty Firth. Dingwall received its royal burgh status in 1226 and was an important market town. Dingwall’s name comes from the Norse for ‘Parliament (or meeting place) in the Valley’ describing the towns importance as far back as 800BC with the arrival of the Vikings in Scotland. Dingwall is an ancient town with many buildings made of fine red-stone, architecturally interesting buildings include the tollbooth which houses the museum; the 18th century Town House; St. Clements Church built in 1801with the Pictish symbol stone in the churchyard; the impressive Sherrif Court and to the north-east Foulis Castle. The harbour was built c1820 by Thomas Telford and was an important port in Dingwalls history. Dingwall is a popular place for visitors it has hotels and holiday accommodation and is ideally located as a base for touring the Highlands. At the east end of the high street is the railway station, which arrived in 1865 and operates the Far North Line, the town has a busy high street with a variety of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. Dingwall hosts a Music Festival with traditional Highland music and a Highland Games each summer.

Classes

Dance - Elvet Ballet School

Cottage

Balnain
Balnain Cottage
Dunglass Cottage
Seaforth Holiday Estate
West Lodge

Dentist

Eilertsen & Raymond
McIntyre & Corbet Associates

Doctor

Dingwall Medical Group
Strathpeffer Medical Practice

Estate Agent

General Accident Property Services
Wardrop & Co

Farmers Market

Dingwall Farmers Market

Holiday Park

Seaforth Holiday Estate

Pub and Bar

Caledonian Public Bar
Commercial Hotel
Culbokie Inn
Drouthy Duck
Mallard Pub and Restaurant

Restaurant

Croft Restaurant

Dings Chinese Restaurant
Dingwall Tandoori Restaurant
Kinkell House
The Pizza Shop

School

Dingwall Academy
Dingwall Primary School
Maryburgh Primary School

Solicitor

J C Bartllett & Co
Martin MacKay Solicitors

Taxi

A B C Taxis
C & E Taxis
Dons Taxi
Wyvis Taxis

Sports Clubs

Ross County Football Club (Football)

Shops

Boots
Riverbank Nursery Garden Centre
Specsavers
Reids Highland Fare

Places to Stay near Dingwall

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Tulloch Castle (0.72 miles)

Tulloch Castle

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In days of old, only the Laird or the Chief of the Clan could enjoy a relaxing stay in a Scottish Highland Castle. Nowadays, times have changed. At Tulloch Castle ... More

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Conon Bridge Hotel (1.99 miles)

Conon Bridge Hotel

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Situated amongst beautiful highland scenery alongside the River Conon, this charming village hotel offers very comfortable accommodation and excellent food and drink. The Conon Bridge Hotel is close to Dingwall, the ancient ... More

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Ben Wyvis Hotel (3.86 miles)

Ben Wyvis Hotel

The Ben Wyvis Hotel, located in the beautiful and tranquil Ross-shire Highlands enjoys a commanding position looking over Strathpeffer, much like the nearby mountain from which it takes its name. The architecture of the hotel ... More | visit website

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MacKay's Hotel (3.93 miles)

MacKay

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McKay’s Hotel and Spa Lodge, Strathpeffer had an idyllic setting in the middle of the picturesque highland village of Strathpeffer. The hotel comprises of 57 rooms set across four accommodation ... More

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Highland Hotel (4.07 miles)

Highland Hotel
Peacefully set in its own grounds with lovely views over the colourful village square which is just steps away, this chateau style hotel's traditional features have been carefully retained to strike just the right Highland ... More | visit website
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Carndaisy House (4.67 miles)

Carndaisy House

Carndaisy House is family run guest house accommodation set in spectacular countryside near Inverness. On arrival at our B&B in the Highlands, you are assured of a warm welcome. Our guesthouse offers excellent bed and ... More | visit website

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Dower House (4.84 miles)

Dower House

Recently awarded Good Hotel Guide "Best Guest House Cesar award 2008". A small hotel situated in 5 acres of lovely gardens. Interesting menu and wine list as recommended by all leading guide books. Ideal for touring ... More | visit website

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Ord Arms (5.39 miles)

Ord Arms
The Ord Arms is a self classified 8 bedroomed, 2* family run hotel offering a friendly, relaxed atmosphere to all our guests including facilities such as a wifi, flat screen televisions showing Sky channels. All ... More | visit website
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Coul House Hotel (5.74 miles)

Coul House Hotel
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The ancient Mackenzies of Coul picked a wonderful situation for this secluded country mansion. The hotel's emphasis is on personal service and high standards, both of food and accommodation. The ... More | visit website
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Kiltearn House (5.77 miles)

Kiltearn House

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Luxury accommodation in Evanton, near Inverness, Ross-shire, in the Highlands of Scotland; a 4 star guest house offering hotel luxury with the personal touch.

Built in 1894, this imposing Victorian Sandstone ... More

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