An Cuan

Jamieson Street, Bowmore, Islay, The Hebrides, Scotland, PA437HL , United Kingdom | B&B
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A travel blog entry by debrahuntley

... Jura for when I return. Dinner at Harbour inn, which is the best restaurant in Islay. They have a lovely lounge area to relax in before and after the meal. I ordered game, the rabbit was very nice but I did not like the pigeon at all, and the pigeon and venison were really too tough to eat. The breakfasts at Bowmore House have been very well cooked and heaps of ...


A travel blog entry by debrahuntley


... a sunny afternoon. A tramp through a peat bog. * my holy grail of Laphroaig, including munching on smoky barley and claiming my dram as a "friend of Laphroaig" * and then I still have to come a walk through the mizzle (Scots for misty drizzle) to get to the Bowmore pub for dinner. Dinner was a bit ordinary at the pub. The young girl serving me had the strongest Islay accent, I think she could not understand my ...

Oban and Islay

A travel blog entry by debrahuntley

... more open sea was a little more sea movement, however I did not feel seasick at all. We arrived at Islay in the dark, drove to the accomodation at Bowmore House. This is an old building which has been very well restored, and is the nicest place I have stayed this trip. The hosts welcomed us with local oysters and seared scallops and black pudding, and a dram of Laphroaig, all very lovely. Then I had a great bath and went to ...

Day 5 route - Islay & Jura explorer

A travel blog entry by jenandeuan

Part 1: The Islay part - with a historic detour to Finlaggan 428541.html

Distance cycled: 41.91 miles

Height ascended: 549m

Height descended: 551m

Part 2: The Jura part - I promise, Jura really does exist. Google, sort your maps out!


Another Great Canal

A travel blog entry by jandmtravel


The morning was grey and dull so we thought we would cycle the 6 miles out to an old chapel on the headland that the camp owner had told us about. The road was sealed all the way, but narrow, so when we heard a car we would get off our bikes and stand on the side of the road, hoping that patch wasn't full of nettles and blackberry. Keills Chapel dated back to the 12th century and grave ...

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This B&B, located on Jamieson Street, Bowmore, is near Bruichladdich Distillery, Isle of Staffa, Kinloch Castle, and Museum of Islay Life.
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