Kilmichael Country House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After our walk along North Sannox Burn, we continued on to Lochranza where we stopped in the Distillery for a look around. As soon as we stepped out of the car, we could smell them making the whiskey. The gift shop is full of Arran treats and whiskey in bottles of all shapes and sizes. It's fun to look around there. I think mum and dad were hoping to buy a small ...
... years. The owners spend 60% of their time here and the remaining time at their property in London - and apparently only hire out the estate for 13 functions per year. Pretty special stuff, as you'll see...
The ceremony itself was held out at Fenwick Parish church - built in 1643 (again, ancient) after disjoining from another parish in 1642 when civil war broke out in England. The church has heavy ties to the Covenanters - more men from this ...
We woke up this morning to the sound of rain. Everywhere else in England it was really sunny! So after breakfast we drove round the south and west coast of the island (charging our phones as we didn't have a hook up last night) and arrived at Brodick Castle. Using out Nat Trust membership we went straight into the castle - for coffee! The interior was splendid, just as the Hamilton Family had left it ...
... terriers and irn bru! After they had finished a bunch of highland dancers took to the stage and all different ages and kilts performed as one. I could remember the familiar padi- bah beat of the highland fling and sword dance. This display was followed by one of the most memorable experiences of my life. Former red hot chilli pipers members came on stage. About 7 men wearing cut off tops, tattooed sleeves, kilts ...
... eggs ever!). The afternoon saw us walking to Brodick Castle to explore the grounds and garden (it was too nice to go inside today). Much active fun was had in the adventure playground! Crazy golf, a little bit of shopping and fish and chips at Brodick bay finished off another brilliant day in ...