Dreadnought Hotel

Address: Station Road, Callander, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland, FK17 8AN, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Station Road, Callander, is near Hamilton Toy Collection, Lake of Menteith, Rob Roy Story, and Callander - Balquhidder Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Callander

      Glasgow Scotland Last Full Day

      A travel blog entry by diarter on Aug 29, 2014

      ... After the meeting each person came up and introduced themselves and they have sandwiches etc. Boy do they put on food. Go into a lot of shops be it a Chemist, Sporting Goods shop and they offer coffee and place to sit down and food!!!! Afterwards, a member offered to take me over the river Clyde for another meeting in his car. Meant I'd need to get bus back and as I had ...

      104. West Highland Way Race.

      A travel blog entry by sarahbooth on Jun 21, 2014

      ... at their start by the Obelisk.

      At 00:30 it was time for the race brief by the railway station. A few more hellos and finally it was 01:00 and we were on our way. Through the tunnel and along the streets of the town centre, down the steps after the Obelisk and out of town heading north. The route is well marked but I carried a map in hand having heard of people doing extra miles at the start. I chatted to a few people, ...

      Turning back time

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 16, 2013

      9 photos

      ... find - a quaint place with interesting buildings and cobbled streets, very olde worlde! MORE TRIVIA The town of Queensferry is named after Queen Margaret of Scotland who was a regular visitor to the ferry travelling between Dumfermaline and Edinburgh. The ferry provided the crossings for 800 years before the Forth Road Bridge was opened in 1964. There is no longer a passenger ferry but they do still have tourist boats which ply the river in the evenings with jazz bands on ...

      Adieu Africa and hola Scotland

      A travel blog entry by quinitch on May 10, 2013

      4 comments, 7 photos

      ... in Botswana (they share their wages among all their families so that everyone benefits from the tourists without undercutting each other), the opportunities to undertake a pottery apprenticeship in Malawi, the signs in many major cities which implore tourists not to encourage a culture of begging but rather direct interest towards local organisations which assist the homeless, and the outstanding small-business owning female butcher in Mangochi, I have witnessed numerous examples ...

      Scotland

      A travel blog entry by vinoraja on Apr 16, 2012

      32 photos

      ... br>
      After the tour I picked up my bag from the lockers and headed back to the hotel. At the hotel I thought ill double check my flight details again to make sure I have the times right and arrive to the airport on time…To my surprise my flight was landing in Ireland as I was checking it :-S eeeepp.
      My original plan was to leave Scotland on the Saturday but then I changed it to Sunday as accomodation was cheaper for me to stay an ...