Hunters Quay Hotel

Marine Parade, Dunoon, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA23 8HJ, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $166.00

Travel Blogs from Dunoon

Time to leave Greece.

A travel blog entry by thunder_road83

... late, so I had a chance to get that. I got on that and thought that I could relax and just enjoy the rest of journey. That was a mistake past Berwick and on the way to Edinburgh the train developed a fault so I had to get of and get another train. This all meant I got home a bit later than I meant to but it was good to get home and relax.

Greece was great now time to relax before I head to Italy.

Day 4 - channeling my inner hobbit

A travel blog entry by pipimoana


... I think they are having a combined hens/bachelors weekend but whatever they are doing its very stressful and they are having to transfer large sums of money!

Tomorrow is a shorter easier day - around 19 km but about half on an old military road (these are tracks built by the British in the 1700s to expedite the clearance of the Highlanders from their homes, but they are also straight and flat and designed to facilitate fast ...


A travel blog entry by shirleynaomi


... yeast are their only ingredients to which water is added. The whiskey is aged for 14 years. We took a look at McCaighs Tower. This man built it in 1895 while a lot of sone masons were out of work during winter, giving them employment. It has been a drizzly morning but I don't mind as it is such a lovely place. The doors of businesses, houses and church's are brightly coloured in blues, red & green and flowers grow like ...

Munro Bagging and other Scottish things

A travel blog entry by joycastillo3


... singer sang, so I joined in with everyone else in the pub. Nancy and I even had a solo (every table did) for the chorus of "The bonny, bonny banks of Loch Lomond" (aka You take the high road). The singer engaged the audience quite a bit (he was hilarious, as were several members of the audience who verbally volleyed with him), and his Scots was nearly unintelligible-by far the thickest Scots dialect we encountered (except maybe for the train announcer ...

No photo day!

A travel blog entry by anni.porter


... then ended up parking miles from the entrance and started to walk but it was raining quite heavily so ended up going back to the car and parking it much closer.

We'd a lovely few hours there - maybe I shouldn't make sweeping statements like that - I had a lovely few hours there with the long suffering Craig being my bag carrier! However, I did manage to get all the things I had on my list.


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This 4 star hotel, located on Marine Parade, Dunoon, is near Younger (Benmore) Botanic Garden and Newark Castle.
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