Balnagown Arms Hotel:

The inn around which Ardgay village was built

Once described as one of the best known hotels of the Highlands “where royalty and statemen have frequently stayed”, the Balnagown Arms Hotel started off as a farm house converted into an inn in 1817 to serve people travelling along the new Telford road.

The 9th Report of the Parliamentary Commissioners for Roads and Bridges reported in 1821. . .

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2 thoughts on “Balnagown Arms Hotel”

  1. Marc Foggin sent me this. He’s always spot on! What a magnificent piece of writing, research and reporting. You really have a knack for making the written word visual. I could picture the whole event. Thank you for this!

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