Airds Hotel & Restaurant

Port Appin, Appin, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA38 4DF, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Appin

Arisaig Hotel

A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013


A HelpX assignment on the Atlantic coast near the Isle of Rhum (Rum) and Eigg (Egg). Josh and Sophie have taken on this hotel and they are approaching their second season, expecting their second child, and frantically doing up the Hotel as well. Josh's mum and dad, Mike and Shelia are also there most days all day pitching in. Both very talented people with tools and a sharp eye for detail.
We had the privilege of staying in our own ...

Fort William

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre

... chain pub - wetherspoons! After dinner to wetherspoons we went for a wander around town, looks like a small country town which we are both happy about as we have had enough of cities at the moment. Sunday (19th) quite amazing to be staying in a town surrounded by mountains and lochs! We went to a walk along the water to the next town ...

To Oban via the Trossachs. Wrong turn great result

A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013


... edge of the road, but the tarmac was clear and didn't seem icy. So many shades of blue, brown and grey, as well as the white. The scenery was more breath-taking than the cold. The snow was thicker on the ground from Crainlarich up until the Green Welly Shop where it all but disappeared. This is where the road through Glen Coe and the Road to Oban meet. Yes, Logan Grace Tony Gail and Mum, you've been there. If you have look on the map ...

Erraid and Iona

A travel blog entry by djsuchomelly


... one piece!
#16: Iona View - One of my favorite Iona views.
#17: View from Iona - Looking out from the ferry landing on Iona. Note the blue water and sandy beach.
#18: Waterfalls - Temporary waterfalls created from light rainfall (imagine what it would have looked like with heavy rain!), on the way back from Iona.
#19: Ardmeanach - View out to the Ardmeanach Peninsula overlooking Loch Scridain and the Atlantic Ocean.


People and castles

A travel blog entry by dawnc


... and until reading the age of establishment I thought other trees would have been 200 years old, or more.

The trees provide shade well suited to lacecap hydrangeas, large clumps of hostas and drifts of astilbes - pale pink, deep pink and dusky red. In one area a pergola supported wisteria (not in flower) and large flowered clematis. In front of that were lilies of a size to match those amazing ones Mum grew a few years ago. There were also beds of berry fruit ...

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