Old Photograph Invercannich Hotel Beauly Scotland


Old photograph of Invercannich Hotel in Beauly located ten miles West of Inverness, Scotland. The town historically traded in coal, timber, lime, grain and fish. Mary Queen of Scots is said to have visited Beauly in 1564 and stayed overnight. The history of the village is inextricably linked with a number of the Scottish clans, most notably the Lovat Frasers who owned much of the land around the town. The Chisholms owned much of the land on the north side of the River Beauly and ruled from Erchless Castle while the Mackenzie clan ruled the lands to the North of Beauly.



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