Glendaruel Hotel

Address: Clachan of Glendaruel , Glendaruel, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA22 3AA , United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Clachan of Glendaruel , Glendaruel.
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Travel Blogs from Glendaruel

Day 13- loch lomand

A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Aug 06, 2015

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... the same lawn owning genes as his brother!) - but John and Taig were good! When there were only two rounds like, Kurt and Matteo were up 6-4 and they thought "we have this in the bag"- but John and Taig rolled good balls, and they just tried to knock theirs out, but unsuccessfully, so they lost! They went to lunch then again at Celtic Park, where they got to hold more of the championship cups. One last training, and then they were done! Meanwhile, ...


A travel blog entry by alspeirs on Jul 31, 2015

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Weather today has turned a bit chilly and raining for most of the day. Left Greenock and travelled up passed Loch Lomond to Fort William and retraced the steps of last year along the Caledonian Canal to Inverness. Met up with May and checked out the work Alasdair has put into the renovations of their home, he has done a remarkable job. Packed our suitcases ready to return home and had a early night as Ann was very tired. Ready to hit the town ...

Court's Wrapup as Lee Sleeps

A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jul 13, 2015

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... through so much of Scotland and seen its beauty, so Skye didn't have much to offer you." That may be true. We were certainly turned off by the crowds, the traffic and, at least in Portree, a sense of jaded tolerance that overtakes a community when tourists outnumber the locals. Or it could just have been that it was pouring rain and we were tired. Whatever it was, a retreat to the shores of Loch Lomond on the quiet eastern side of the park was just what ...

Buildings in Drymen

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Sep 19, 2014

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... red and birches in yellows, while oaks still cling to a somewhat faded green. The bracken is every hue of straw and brown. Fruit of all kinds hangs on the branches: ripe haws cast a red shimmer over the hedgerow, young acorns provide a contrast in delicate new green, rosehips abound. Plump juicy blackberries glisten in their thousands and we make very slow progress at first because we are so busy eating.


R and R time

A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 26, 2014

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... when I made the reservation, we'd both had to get international licences. We've never needed them before but weren't game to turn up in Glasgow without them. And then what - the girl on the counter tells us we didn't need them. Duh!

We came out the airport to find it was raining - yep we were back in Scotland! Got our nice little car and headed out to Mums. There was just Mum home when we arrived at Drymen - Linda and Frank were ...