Kilcamb Lodge Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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5/9/2014. Friday We have just reached Oban. This is a very pretty little town. We left the hotel rather earlier than needed- that's me being anxious to not miss the train! We had to sit at the station & watch the board saying which trains were going for ...
... Had a gorgeous time sploshing around, messing about with the inflatables and squirting each other with the on-board water pistols. After a half hour of relaxation, we were ready to get properly sorted out and head back out again.
The local hotel is only a short walk away, so we repaired there for some tasty food and local beer. Had a wander down to the pier at Armadale and are now sitting out on the terrace in the warmth looking out at the amazing views out to Mallaig and beyond.
... the dog show. I think everyone with a dog had come to the show. They were expecting 50 plus entries.
The home industries section had similar categories to ours, but eggs and walking sticks (like the one Sandy Rhynd made for me) were interesting additions. The most outstanding entries were onions. I have never seen onions anywhere near that size before. They must grow particularly well here, because I had already noticed them in several gardens. The pipe ...
We knew we were in Scotland when Nick found "Oh flower of Scotland" on itunes and played enough versions for the kids to start complaining! We've had a great week and I thought I’d quickly blog about some of the highlights.
We’ve camped in some beautiful spots by lochs and rivers and spent a bit of time tracking down our ancestors which involved quite a few cemeteries – the kids have told us they are over them which is fair enough, ...
Salen, Mull to Acharcle (on Ardnamuchan Peninsula)
After spending a lovely day and evening at the Glenaros Hostel with the quirky Peter and interesting Aussies and the somewhat difficult to understand French guy, Phillipe, we had to cycle off the next morning in more dreary weather. Fortunately, the sun peeped out in no time and warmed our backs the remainder of the day. Too bad the headwind kept our fronts ...