The tiny village of Kenmore—little more than the fancy domain of its castle, a church set in a bouquet of tombstones, and a line of humble houses—provided us with a fine dose of small town Scottish flavor. I’m traveling with our Scotland tour and we filled the town’s creaky inn. As a tour organizer, my challenge is to see the big must-see sights in the city and then immerse our groups in the sleepy, more traditional, and—as is so often the case—more enchanting rural and village scene. Kenmore did exactly that for our tour group. Everyone loved it.
If you can’t see the video below, watch it on YouTube.
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