Inversnaid Hotel

Address: Inversnaid, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland, FK8 3TU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Inversnaid

    Tourist tracks in Tarbet and Inversnaid

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jul 11, 2014

    11 photos

    ... isthmus' in Gaelic, and there is a multitude of Tarbets, Tarbats and Tarberts scattered across the Highlands and Islands. This particular one is on fresh water but less than 2km from the nearest sea loch - the Vikings just needed to carry their boats across to raid what the inhabitants might mistakenly have thought of as sheltered inland locations.

    At the tourist information office there is a queue for tickets, so we pass some time in looking at brochures and ...

    Day Seventeen (19.23 miles....cum 318.09)

    A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Jul 01, 2014

    12 photos

    ... was Rob and my first day of walking with company so we started with a few wind ups of Duffy. He took it all in good humour though must have been bored of our comments about how easy the Highland Way is. Again in parts it was a motorway but got more interesting in the last 7 miles as we negotiated the side of Loch Lomond. To be honest Rob and I are hardly complaining at the easier terrain! Feet are positively rejoicing! The morning ...

    Back home! Cannae believe it....

    A travel blog entry by momoschmidt on Aug 25, 2012

    4 comments

    ... of them through this blog.

    Our last few days in Ventura were just spent going to the beach and enjoying our last moments being on holiday. We had more nunel (=tunnel) constructions with Rowan followed by en masse destruction from him and Elodie. I think I must have built a few hundred sand tunnels during this holiday and i'm pretty sure all of them would have survived an earthquake, unfrotunately Rowan and Elodie made sure that wouldn't happen!

    We also had ...

    Walk the Loch

    A travel blog entry by pugetview on Apr 11, 2012

    6 comments, 8 photos

    ... hundred feet through stands of native oak and birch and non-native spruce, fir, and larch with understory of holly and rhododendrons (which they're trying to get rid of because it's non-native.) We recognize many plants from our Northwest landscape and gardens--especially delightful pale primroses growing freely, as well as delicate wild violets and tiny white shamrocks. Water, cascading from the ...

    Breasclete Day 14-Porage Man, Dalbeig Hike & the B

    A travel blog entry by weecousins on Aug 28, 2011

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... best of all the red kilt and matching knee high socks. That was the best porage I ever tasted! This reminds me of the TV show Reena told me about. It was a porridge making contest. Seriously. The best tasting gruel wins. But, in the process, if anyone is caught stirring counterclockwise, they are disqualified. So that is the secret!

    Thus fortified with oats made with butter and salt and eaten with milk and sugar, Donna and I took off for our daily walk to the Callanish ...