List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Grey Stone
Grey Stone
Mr Stables, Factor
Plan of Cawdor Policy
Mr Grant, Factor's Clerk Cawdor
004 This name is applied to an immense boulder stone, so called from its color being grey, situated on the right bank of Allt Dearg 60 yards south from the Greystone Bridge.
Greystone Bridge
Greystone Bridge
Mr. Stables
Plan of Cawdor Policy
Mr. Grant, Cawdor
004 A stone bridge of one arch spanning Allt Dearg near the rock after which it is named and about a mile south of Cawdor Castle.
THE HERMITAGE The Hermitage Name written on Plan by desire of Mr Stables, Factor for the Earl of Cawdor, on whose property the Hermitage is situated. 004 An enclosed circular summer seat situated in Tomnaghuail Wood, & on the west bank of the Riereach Burn, of which it affords an excellent and romantic view - It merely receives this name from its solitary position and picturesque surroundings.

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