An Cuan

Address: Jamieson Street, Bowmore, Islay, The Hebrides, Scotland, PA437HL , United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Jamieson Street, Bowmore, is near Bruichladdich Distillery, Isle of Staffa, Museum of Islay Life, and Kinloch Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Bowmore

    Day two on Islay

    A travel blog entry by juliesecker on May 28, 2015

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    ... Port Ellen for a late lunch. We had fish pie and cloutie dumpling which were both awesome. Back to Glenegdale and our Donga out the back we rested up for a big night on the town in port Ellen. We had booked to go to the Cloutie Dumpling Caeligh but after last nights effort we thought we wouldn't risk it!!! Went on a pub crawl in Port Ellen. 3 pubs. Not many people about they must all be full of whisky after a big day out around the distilleries. Night ...


    A travel blog entry by kimrobson on May 27, 2015

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    Woke to a dreary cold morning - temperature didn't get much past 10C! Went to the main house to have a 5 star full Scottish breakfast including poached fruit and cooked breakfast with haggis, sausage and bacon. Headed off in the car to have a quick look around Port Ellen before continuing on a single track past a seal colony, a few distilleries, the ruins of Dunyveg castle to finish at the old church of Kildalton ruin ...

    Day one on Islay.

    A travel blog entry by juliesecker on May 27, 2015

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    ... I wonder if it ever warms up. The highlight of the evening was when Kim won a box of Thorntons chocolates in the raffle. Julie shouting out in glee infused a bit of life into the event. On our way home we called in at the pub where we ended up in the tap room with a drunk German trying to get the patrons to sing. We left quickly after a cider. Returning to our donga we finished off the cheese and bickies downed with a glass of Bayleys. Night ...

    On the Bonny bonny banks of Loch Lomond

    A travel blog entry by juliesecker on May 26, 2015

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    After a brilliant nights sleep and breakfast with Dave and Gilly we headed off and started our day by climbing Conic Hill in Balmaha. We puffed our way up. Some more than others I might add but eventually reached the top which proved to be well worth the effort. The view was spectacular. We were so lucky with the weather. We then wended our way up the side of Loch Lomond ...

    Saline lagoons on Loch Sween

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... I sit on the bank and watch small bugs skittering on the water surface with a blue damsel fly hovering above, while my companion wades around the edge peering into the dark water and occasionally displaying what he has found: a small lagoon cockle that looks exactly like a green lentil, a snail that is a double for a Puy lentil, and an even smaller isopod for which no leguminous analogy comes to mind. The shallow water is turgid with blooms of what in ...