Barcaldine House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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The trip up the mountain section was glorious with a lengthy section where the snow was falling gently. We had to travel slowly - the landscape was superb. The snow finally turned to rain and then cleared to have ray's of sunshine bathing the Skye Bridge. What a welcome! We spend a night in Portree in a dinky little B&B - all lace and ruffles. In the morning we wake to find everything covered in snow. Last minute shopping and we wend our way via Dunvegan to 6 Fasach ...
... for a picture and ate our bakery bought lunch Afternoon -Drove to the fairy pools where we had to get out and walk for about 30 mins along a snow covered mud path. The backdrop was amazing mountains covered in snow and it was freezing. We made it to the fairy pools which were part of a creek coming out the mountains gathering in small rocks pools before continuing down the mountain side. The rocks were covered in snow and looked ...
... glencoe hostel in dark and checked it Drove down to the village to the glencoe gatherings pub and got haddock and chips for dinner with mushy peas and shared a bottle of red with the others Boys got knickerbocker glory dessert which is a reference to Harry ...
... another lane for those going all the way around. Crazy stuff, especially when the third lane doesn't exist on any of the entrances or exits, just on the roundabout itself. So I was very happy to escape the city and get back into the countryside. My car. I had asked for a Vauxhall Corsa (or equivalent as written in the fine print), what I got was a Skoda ****. That may not be the actual model name but it should be. This car looks like a truck has hit it from each end, it is ...
... the small train station, so we quickly made our way there to purchase our tickets for the 45 minute voyage across the Firth of Lorn and into the Sound of Mull to the village of Craignure on the Isle of Mull. Our wait was short as we could already see the large CalMac ferry a short distance away heading for the landing.
We made our way on board, stowed our luggage, and climbed up to the open top deck for the best views. We passed by another castle ...