Inchnadamph Lodge B & B
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Inchnadamph Lodge B & B Assynt
Travel Blogs from Assynt
... tasting) hosted the whisky tasting. He may be a good speaker but he doesn't like interruptions and didn't like Gavin's joke about dogs. Sean trains dogs and Gav said he only has 'turner' dogs - turn good food into sh.t! Sorry Fritz. We made our own dinner then came back for the ceilidh dancing. Stuart was playing the piano accordion and got us dancing the Gay Gorden, a reel ...
... the island (unusual in Scotland!) and we weren't disappointed. The tours were all booked out and the shop was packed. We got our samples though and retreated to a quiet corner to have a taste. Turns out we're in the 'love it' category when it comes to the smokey peaties!
After this we explored the island some more by driving through the tiny villages with even tinier roads, hoping that no-one would come the other way. We found another fancy castle ...
... s ancestry). One of the unique features of churches over here are plaques with the names of church members lost in the great war. One in this church was brought home from Pakistan in 1964.
After Holy Rude, we rode outside of town to ride up to the Wallace Monument. Great views of the city and the valley from this vantage point. You could actually climb to the top of the monument and see an even better view, but we decided against this when ...
... like 'Highland' end. The rocks around us were once part of Newfoundland until the continents collided and sheared past each other: when it was all over this piece had joined a very early Europe. Later on the whole of Scotland was covered by ice, and glaciers carved out the narrow end of the loch - the ground is still rocky and steep as it rushes down to meet the water.
There are a few bad moments as we are casting off, when clouds come over and the wind gets up: ...
... br> Jules Vernes book 'The Underground City' is also set beneath Loch Katrine. John Ruskin also his lectures on 'Art and Landscape' based many areas around here.
There are many famous paintings of the area by artists such as Millais, McCulloch, Turner, Nasmyth, Knox and Bough and also the 'Glasgow Boys' era of modern painting.
Musicians too were inspired ...