Redknowe Bed & Breakfast

Address: Redknowe Witchburn Road, Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA28 6PD, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Redknowe Witchburn Road, Campbeltown, is near Machrihanish Golf Club.
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        Travel Blogs from Campbeltown

        Isle of Arran Distillers

        A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Oct 08, 2015

        ... to say they'd tried Arran whiskey.
        We went for a drive around the coast, trying to spot some wildlife but didn't have much luck today so we just continued along the middle road back to Brodick then Lamlash.
        We tried again to see the northern lights tonight but we weren't as lucky as last night. It's slightly cloudier so I don't think the view would be as ...

        Visiting my roots

        A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 13, 2013

        45 photos

        ... of an airport building, firmly locked, and with not a soul anywhere, with a smattering of commuter cars outside. The runway, of course, was well fenced-in but directly across it was a farm building that looked as if it had once been something much more important and we wondered whether that has been something to do with the Royal Navy during the War. In the end the sensible thing to do was what one always does when puzzled: call Mom! How nice to be in the same time ...

        Inveraray to Mull of Kintyre

        A travel blog entry by carol53 on May 31, 2013

        2 comments, 21 photos

        ... much faster than I thought we could do it, we were back at the car, and I told Warren that if he wanted to do any more end ofs he could do them alone. The climb was done but now we also had to conquer the narrow road back as well, which was at times only wide enough for the car with ditches either side.

        Well Warren wanted to come to Kintyre and so this was another wish fulfilled in our journey. We followed this up with a sedate drive down ...

        Welcome to the Fam-Damily!

        A travel blog entry by srb013 on Sep 06, 2010


        ... helped us solve the mystery of the infant deaths on William and Margaret's tombstone. She verified that they had twins who died at birth, and likely another infant death. She couldn't tell us anything beyond that generation--we actually educated them about John and Catherine McMurchy!

        Margaret then rushed off the kitchen, rummaged about and returned to the sitting area with two silver spoons in her hand. "These were a wedding ...

        Headstone Hunting

        A travel blog entry by srb013 on Sep 05, 2010

        1 comment

        ... had a very large dog, so we were a bit more cautious. He must have heard his dog whining or saw us through his front window because he greeted us over his fence...well it was actually more of a grunt. With his crazy white hair and jowly face he kinda looked like an angry Beethoven. Mom apologized for the intrusion and explained why we were there but he wasn't overly interested in our story or particularly chatty. We hightailed it outta there pretty quickly.
        On our ...