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Stunning views, ample parking, good gift shop and the cafe has lovely food. There are friendly birds that feed from the fence and the cafe is both dog friendly and gluten free person friendly.
Good for a stop off.
If you are in the are then do not pass this opportunity up to stop and take in the view. Yes there are lots of similar views in scotland and this has history too. Also they are shortly going to be rejigging the outside to...More
It is really stunning view from Queen's platform and it is amazing repeat Queen Victory trip. Need to add that here are always crowds of tourists, such as even difficult find point for photo from platform. This place is must to see mostly because of...More
Yes, it is a great view but there are many comparable or even better to be had in many places in Scotland.
What makes this place exceptional is that you can get this great view without putting in any effort. - You don't have to...More
You might have to pay to park but it is well worth the stop. The view is eponymously named after Queen Victoria who is supposed to have visited it but that was well before the hydro scheme flooded the valley. Nonetheless the view is spectacular...More
If the sun is shining you will see Scotland at its finest. There is now a fully accessible path to the viewing point...a steep slope if not using an electric wheelchair but it can be done.
A lovely cafe at the bottom with tables inside...More
We visited with our 2 kids (aged 3 years and 6 years) and were delighted with the short walk and amazing views. There were also a number of air force jets flying over during our visit which added to the children's excitement!
The gift shop...More