Claymore Hotel

Address: Arrochar, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland, G83 7BB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Arrochar, is near Spa at the Carrick.
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      Travel Blogs from Arrochar

      Doune Day 5

      A travel blog entry by cdonaldson on Jun 06, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... Cemetery, so we were able to show her the headstone that we found on Monday. Our next stop was Kennet Village, a row of miners cottages. My grandparents lived here when Uncle Tom and my Dad were born (I suspect they were born at home). Their home, number ten, had an overgrown front garden, and half of the front door was open. We were debating whether to knock on the door or not when an old lady came out of number eleven. Tim explained what we were doing, and ...

      Bagpipes - much less annoying in Scotland!

      A travel blog entry by kateanddrew on Jul 21, 2013

      1 photo

      Its been a funny cople of days in Glasgow. Started off with Drew elbowing a priest out of the way to get off the plane first - granted he didn't realise it was a priest when he did it, despite the collar. We stayed in the funkiest hotel I have ever seen, including our own colour control mood lighting and a glass column in the middle of the room where ...

      Our journey through the Highlands: A Novel

      A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Nov 03, 2012

      30 photos

      ... up a rocky path to a viewpoint to observe the little town and look out over the Isle of Skye. It was sunny and a gorgeous way to start the day.
      We left and began driving towards our next hostel in Inverness (a huge city compared to our last two stays, about the size of Moncton) and began searching for Cawdor Castle, famous for it's iconic role in Shakespeare's Macbeth. However we were also on the lookout for something far more important(and something mum had ...

      Being an account of a real hike on a real mountain

      A travel blog entry by alexandsonia on Jun 19, 2012

      7 photos

      ... forts, quickly making their way north. Then they started getting into fights with these crazy blue faced men, said the equivalent of "Heck no, I'm not paid enough for this malarkey" (pg rating remember), and then promptly built a couple of walls to keep the crazy blue faced people out.  That's Scotland. Since then, the area has become a part of Great Britain, but it's not like England. You know, for the little reasons like bagpipes, kilts, and haggis (you can buy haggis ...

      Glasgow architecture

      A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Jan 04, 2012

      11 photos

      January 4-9, 2012

      On previous trips to Scotland, I've never given any attention to Glasgow, so I decided to rectify that before heading to the "far north." Five days weren’t enough. I liked the city a lot: there’s a lot of wonderful architecture, notably 19th-century Victorian and an early 20th-century style developed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

      Kelvingrove Museum is marvellous, the ...