Lambeth Guest House

Address: Jamieson Street, Bowmore, Islay, The Hebrides, Scotland, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jamieson Street, Bowmore, is near Bruichladdich Distillery, Isle of Staffa, Museum of Islay Life, and Kinloch Castle.
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    Day two on Islay

    A travel blog entry by juliesecker on May 28, 2015

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    ... loom working. It is a family run business and the old man was telling us they produced fabric for the film Braveheart to name one. It was fascinating. I bought myself a fleecy shirt and body warmer. It's been rather cold here!!! We got to port Askaig which is where the ferry goes to Jura but as it looked rather bleak we decided not to venture over there. As there was nothing else but the port here we decided to head back to Ardbeg Distillery, just ...


    A travel blog entry by kimrobson on May 27, 2015

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    ... heads out of the water. We drove along the spectacular coastline past some partially erected standing stones before returning to our park home for our picnic seafood dinner. The day was finished off attending a rather amateur gaelic concert showcasing local talent, we did however come away with a raffle prize of luxury chocolates. We stopped at a wee pub for a quick drink, enjoying some spontaneous entertainment by a drunk ...

    Day one on Islay.

    A travel blog entry by juliesecker on May 27, 2015

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    ... and checked out the beautiful scenery, saw some seals floating about in the bay and lots of baby lambs frolicking in the fields. For dinner we finished off the magnificent sea food we bought yesterday. This evening we went to a traditional concert of Gaelic dance and music. Interesting to say the least. Highland dancing children. Soloists who forgot the words to the songs. Many of the tunes very mournful. Who wouldn't be mournful in ...

    On the Bonny bonny banks of Loch Lomond

    A travel blog entry by juliesecker on May 26, 2015

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    ... to be how it is on Islay. For dinner we had fresh crusty bread, oat cakes, kiln smoked salmon , smoked mussels, anchovies and garlic, whisky infused cheddar cheese, beautiful cherry tomatoes off the vine, roll mops and olives with feta. Wonder what the poor people are eating??? Not forgetting some lovely Australian wine followed by a glass of Bayleys Irish Cream. Good night. ...

    Saline lagoons on Loch Sween

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... they need to be for their day's activity: in our case it means parked blocking a forestry road, but we rationalise this by the thought that nobody could pass in any case.

    This lagoon is a large, almost circular stretch of water surrounded by trees and connected by a narrow culvert to one of the fingers of Loch Sween. We wade through a waist-high meadow to the water's edge, listening to insects humming around the purple vetch, angelica ...