Farr Cottage Lodge

Address: Corpach, Fort William, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH33 7LR, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Corpach, Fort William, is near Jacobite Steam Train, Steall Waterfall, West Highland Museum, and Ben Nevis Whisky Distillery.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort William

    Day on Mull and Iona

    A travel blog entry by susanoke on Oct 28, 2015

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    ... of over an hour with gorgeous scenery to reach the ferry to Iona. In the summer they run every 20 minutes, but now only once an hour. It was only a 10 minute ferry ride, and we were on Iona about 12:45. It is a very small island, only 3 miles long and maybe 1.5 miles across. Famous for the Abbey first established by St. Columba who arrived on the Island from Ireland in the mid sixth century. We toured ...

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by sheitkamp on Jun 30, 2015

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    Observation for today is ....it is almost always light here. I guess I didn't think about where Edinburgh is located. So these black out curtains are important or you will be like me going crazy at 4:30 am because it is light out and you think you're late. Fun fact: Bagpipes are the only musical instrument to be called a weapon of war. Fun fact: Only pipes original to Scotland are the highland pipes. While at the three sisters in ...

    Day Thirty-four - The big climb!

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on May 27, 2014

    ... of energy and before we new it we were at the very cloudy and cold summit! I was so proud of myself. For around 10mins we were at the highest point in Britain! Our descent was ok, the terrain was a bit rocky so you had to watch where you stepped. We had had the best idea coming up early, by this stage the sun was at full beam and the people who were making their way up looked like they were struggling (and melting). When ...

    Journey to Isle of Skye

    A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Sep 20, 2013

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    ... little, except parts of the exterior is from the original Viking period, it contains many very interesting relics from earlier periods of history. The inside is fully furnished and you can meander through all the rooms climbing up and down circular stone staircases. It was freezing walking the grounds of the castle but well worth the visit. Our favourite castle so far. From here we headed to the bridge linking Skye with the mainland. Skye is a very large island and as it ...

    Ben Nevis

    A travel blog entry by nancya on Jun 15, 2013

    ... Our walk is a measly 10miles! We have delightful views of Ben Nevis and the surrounding valleys and mountains. On the way down the rains start. We are drenched before we reach the bottom and have a good hour walk to get back to our B &B. Rather cold and miserable we make it , have a warm shower and cuppa tea -alls ...