Seaview Guest House

Address: Seaview Main Street, Mallaig, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH41 4QS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Seaview Main Street, Mallaig, is near Clan Donald Museum of the Isles, West Highland Heavy Horses, Camusdarach Beach, and Silver Sands of Morar.
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        Travel Blogs from Mallaig

        Skye and return to Edinburgh

        A travel blog entry by susanoke on Oct 30, 2015

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        ... who live in caves and stay out of the way of humans. Ross explained that the locals near the fairy glen actually wrote to the tour company and asked that they not take unbelievers to see the glen, so, we all became believers, for a short time anyway. The fairies have to be pleased so it is tradition to take nothing, not a stick or rock, and to leave something. I had a mint wrapped in cellophane with the Air ...

        Rainy day

        A travel blog entry by susanoke on Oct 28, 2015

        1 photo

        ... in Scotland to survey their height and classify which could be called mountains by the definition he devised, not only height but enough distance between adjacent peaks otherwise they were considered only one mountain. 22 made the grade, and continue to be called Monroes. The largest in the Scotland (and the U.K.) is Ben Nevis, which we passed today. Unfortunately shrouded in cloud, we did not even stop ...

        A drive through the Highlands of Scotland

        A travel blog entry by barbararogers1 on May 09, 2015

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        We didn't think it was possible for the sky to be so blue in Scotland! It was a perfect day. Our host, Alan, mapped out a great drive for us . We took a ferry at Coran and drove along the opposite side of Loch Linnhe for a while before turning off towards Strontian and travelling northwards on the A861 and the A830 to Mallaig. The views were so breath-taking we just had to say "no more photos" because around every corner there ...

        Wonderful and Varied Day

        A travel blog entry by lifelearner on May 07, 2014

        1 comment, 47 photos

        ... through much rock and around peaty soil. What a wonderful ride it was.

        The varied scenery is a wonderful experience. I saw black faced sheep with many tiny lambs skipping over the rocks and grasses in the glens. There was snow up on the high hills and waterfalls everywhere---some coming from taller mountains. It truly was a day of surprises. There is a museum down in a valley along a waterway at ...

        A long drive North

        A travel blog entry by thetruswells on Oct 06, 2012

        47 photos

        ... of my yearning to visit Skye, perhaps I’d heard about it when living with family outside Glasgow aged 5, perhaps from hearing the Skye Boat song and reading snippets about Bonnie Prince Charlie, but once there, I knew it’d been right to drag the family up there. The harsh beautiful landscape constantly changing with the light, the colours of the hills, the sea, the islands, the dramatic weather and the Black Cuillin mountains. Our ‘weather fairy’ ...