Knap Guest House

Campbeltown Road, Tarbert, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA29 6SX, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B is located on Campbeltown Road, Tarbert.
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    Oban and the Isle of Seil

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Sep 02, 2014

    19 photos

    ... where the Forestry Commission parking area is being resurfaced. Once we have passed these scenes of furious activity we stop in Glen Lochy to stretch our legs and take in the view in calm silence. On the roadside verge we count seven different kinds of wildflower in bloom.

    We drive west along the north bank of Loch Awe, nodding hello to the Cruachan hydroelectric pumped storage plant in passing - on a previous occasion we have both enjoyed the ...

    Slainte

    A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Sep 01, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    Today we docked in Greenock, Scotland which is known as the Gateway to Glasgow. This was definitely one of the better ports for hospitality. Upon disembarking the ship, we were met by two men in full Scottish regalia. Usually the ship's crew dress up for photos at the bottom of the gangway, but today they were authentic representatives. Once inside the terminal building, we were met by volunteers offering trays of whiskey shots. Kier was particularly impressed that ...

    Beer, beef and blackberries

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Aug 31, 2014

    18 photos

    ... the view. The vast extent of the geotechnical works already carried out to stabilise the hillside above the road can be seen very clearly, but all man-made efforts here are dwarfed by the scale of the mountains. We wonder how it will fare next winter.

    The brewery is in Glen Fyne, approached by a long potholed lane from the loch. The bar in the visitor centre appears deserted, but that is just because folk are sitting out in the courtyard in the sun. What with ...

    Leaving the boat

    A travel blog entry by murraymackinlay on Aug 29, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    We spent a busy morning making the boat ship shape. I had the honour of cleaning the heads. It was a picnic compared to lying on the pontoon scrubbing the topsides yesterday, after half a bottle of rosé. When I came back on board after being to the shops, UB was holding the ceiling in his hands. It had rained heavily and he'd discovered a leak or two. Thankfully we had some kitchen roll on hand to plug the drips and we left a bowl under one of them to catch the ...

    Here comes the rain!

    A travel blog entry by jenandeuan on Jul 23, 2013

    4 photos

    ... and the main road was fairly quiet we decided to take the shorter, quicker route. Some major roadworks and a bit of a headwind aside we made good progress. At Melfort I saw a sigh to Melfort Pier which I decided would make a good scenic point to have a snack. Well, it was further along the side road than I expected (it seemed to go on for ages) and then the pier itself seemed to be hidden deep inside a sort of gated community of holiday houses. It was far ...