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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to say they'd tried Arran whiskey.
We went for a drive around the coast, trying to spot some wildlife but didn't have much luck today so we just continued along the middle road back to Brodick then Lamlash.
We tried again to see the northern lights tonight but we weren't as lucky as last night. It's slightly cloudier so I don't think the view would be as ...
... angry and a bunch of people signed the 'Covenant' in 1638 - basically binding themselves to maintain Presbyterian doctrine and policy as the sole form of religion in Scotland. Then... a whole lot of fighting happened... lots of people died... including during a dark time called 'the killing time'... and the fighting went on until well into the 1680s. In a religious sense, the Kings were defeated in their attempt to dictate religion to their ...
We slept in on Wednesday after our late return from Edinburgh. Mike and Rhona left around midday to continue their holiday and we had a late lunch at the Knockderry Country House Hotel in the little village of Cove. It was a mid 1800s summer house that has been extended and renovated over the years. It is now a lovely 16-room hotel, one of the many very grand houses on the peninsula's Shore Rd. We had a fine meal and a good chat with the staff who ...
On a day that proved amazing (weather wise and for its activity) we had a safari adventure on the Scottish seas from the Island of Seil and out in the Sound of Luing then around the small uninhabited island of Scarba through the gulf of Corryvreckan and even into the Atlantic Ocean. There were just six passengers on the boat (our family of 4 and 2 more guests from the Kirnan Estate) who all had the benefit of the experienced eyes of the boat skipper and ...
... scene even prettier. Oh and of course the castle in the other paddock. Nice ruins.
Arrived in Campbelltown - had lunch - walked around town found the Linda McCartney Memorial Garden and realised we were very close to the The Mull - that is the Mull of Kintyre.
Arrived at the top of this hill/mountain and started to walk down, and walked, and walked and walked. OMG at some point we will have to walk back up!!!