Strathpeffer, located in Highland, is a popular tourist area due to its location near the Highlands. There is a wide selection of numerous hotels as well as BandBs in the immediate area to serve the tourism industry. The town serves as an excellent base for visitors who are interested in exploring the Highlands. There are also numerous walks located in the immediate area along with a scenic golf course. Visitors will also find that there are numerous shopping opportunities in addition to a range of entertainment and dining options located nearby.
The Scottish village of Strathpeffer is located within the highlands of Scotland. The village of Strathpeffer was originally spa town within the area of Ross and Cromarty. The village of Strathpeffer has a population of about one thousand four hundred and sixty nine. The village is located within the glen about five miles to the west of Dingwall and the village varies in elevation from two hundred meters above sea level up to about four hundred meters above sea level. The village is relatively well sheltered on both the western side and the northern side. The village has a fairly warm and dry climate.
The location of the village has meant that it has seen several battles fought within the local area. The field battle that is known as Blar Nan Ceann was fought within this area and the heads fought it. The place of this battle is located towards the western end of the village. There is not very much information available on this battle and the exact date of the battle is not known. What is known about this battle however is that the MacDonells of Glengarry were defeated by the MacKenzies of Seaforth. There was another battle that happened within the same area and this was known as the Tobar a'Chinn.
The village of Strathpeffer is located within the heart of the Highlands and this makes it a very popular destination for tourists. The village consists of some big hotels and a large number of bed and breakfast establishments and guesthouses. Due to the location of the village it is an excellent base for touring the rest of the highlands.