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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsKingshouse Hotel Balquhidder
Although a little pricy for a single traveller the location, food and drink definitely make up for the price. But as the only hotel in the area, I guess they can charge what they like.
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... all I can say for now Our daily lives on Corrour : 9-10 = wake up 10-1230 = clean rooms ( Paul = bathroom Bre = beds) 1230 till 1830 = free time, go fishing, cook dinner, play Pokemon or watch movies 1830 till 2300 = wash dishes and clean kitchen, maybe a cheeky kitchen drink 2300 till 2400 = most amazing dinners (parmas, venison burgers, vege salads, scrambled eggs, pasta bakes and steak an eggs) and bed. Thanks to Ollie we were able to try a ...
Left but not too far left
This could be construed as a political statement but it's not, this is our mantra while driving in Scotland. The first time we got in the car it was just plain weird, I felt like we were in a topsy, turvy, alternate universe. But once we finally left the airport it was smooth sailing at least for a little while. The main roads in Scotland, just as in Ireland, are well marked and easy to maneuver, then you come across a ...
... They were carrying more kit than Tommy's trailer and strode past us with ease. We arrived at Inversnaid to be greeted Finlay, lying on his back, showing why he doesn't have thumbs. He was taking a well earned rest before tackling the most challenging 7 miles of the day where we also found Eric tucking into tea and scones, Bobby B, as always, looking fresh, unflustered and as if he'd just strolled down the road to pick up a newspaper and Bobby McK extracting his poles ...
Mark was picked up in the morning to have time to film the girls all getting ready for the wedding. I was picked up at 12 and along with a minibus full of other guests we were taken to Airth Castle for the ceremony.
I was going to be helping Mark with the filming throughout different parts of the wedding, but I was most nervous about the ceremony!
The wedding party looked beautiful. The bridesmaids ...
... walking on was created by erosion, frequently glacier-mitigated erosion. The chief landmarks for much of the day, Dumgoyne and Dumgoyach Hills, are remnant volcano cores.
At the end of the day – my first glimpse of Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond! And finally into Drymen around 5:30 PM…feeling much healthier, I’m happy to report!
Guess what? The West Highlands are having a heat wave! It is a bit too hot, but not nearly ...