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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TravelPod Member ReviewsBackpackers Plus Oban
Amazing hostel located in an old church. The beds were comfortable and the location great.
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... get wifi in our room we we just sit on the staircase and get our fix. 8. Oban Distillery - right down the road we go to the distillery. It started in 1794 and it's one of the smallest in Scotland. We pay for a guided tour and it was awesome. He explained how they make whisky, which we never knew before. And it's a long process. Notice I'm saying whisky, not whiskey, since we are in Scotland. Especially since they let it age for 14 years!! We went through the whole process ...
... there were two available spaces on
the bus at Glencoe for the short distance we were heading. Again, some very
We decided to walk together the relatively short nine mile
hike from King’s House to Kinlochleven. The West Highland Way goes through a
stretch of upper Glen Coe past the dramatic peak of Buachaille Etive Mor, said
to be one of the most photographed spots in ...
... 613">are soaked.I threw my shoe at the ground then, I had just had enough.The zipper on my jumper had broken when I was on Colonsay,
my jeans had ripped, as had my tights. My back was aching and I was tired. This was only 3 weeks in!!So I skyped home.And I did my absolute best to hold back tears. I was a complete
wreck.As my motherbear phrased it: “I had unravelled”Very true.And I needed to sew ...
... James Bond”. We trucked our way along the lowlands and also came across the castle where one of my favourite films was shot, “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”… yes, I am suggesting coconuts migrate. We then had a coffee stop in a delightful town, Callander, outside the highlands. There, I met Hamish, the highland cow. Oh, what a sight to see they are; it was probably 0 degrees C outside, so he had frozen boogers… haha. He ...
... the views, the sea eagle overhead, and the Isle of Skye brewery, which makes incredibly good microbrews. This is actually one of the first places I've come across that makes its own good beer. I'm drinking Red Cuillin Scottish Export Ale at the moment, which is red as the name would suggest and creamy like cream soda but not as sweet. Delicious!! I don't know if they say Slainte here like in Ireland, but that's what I'll leave with. ...