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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Orkney Islands, a naval harbour in WW 2. Drove across the northern coast of Scotland westwards, with scenery becoming more rugged and mountainous. Cannot believe our luck with sunny, dry and slightly windy weather after numerous predictions of rain. Drove round the edge of Loch Eriboll, one of the deepest lochs in Scotland at 60 metres depth. On to Smoo Cave. A huge sea cave that you can enter from ...
... morning tea at Bainakeil Chocolate cafe before continuing on. We had a lovely fish pie for lunch at the Kylesku Pub right on the water in a wee village. We passed the Clashnessie Falls but nowhere to park to do the walk! The road was too narrow. Found the B&B using our sense of direction! Lovely views over the harbour from our room and the breakfast room. The drive today was real Scotland with the rugged scenery of the ...
Sadly we left Ullapool this morning, this is a beautiful small town and the B & B here was one of the best. Our trip now feels as if we are on the way back home on the last leg of our journey. Our drive back down along side Caledonian canal the same way as ...
... waterfall at Strathgarve and we stop to get a couple of pictures and stretch our legs.
We continue on and we get to Ullapool by the afternoon. Ullapool is a nice little fishing village with a nice harbour area. We head to the tourist board and they help us find a place for the night. After we check in a the B&B we head on a scenic drive north around Loch Lurgainn. This road was so small it didn't even have a road number. However, it was big ...
... the thick bracken and seaweed I encountered at Badcallon Day 52? That's what much of this shoreline was like - low woodland and thick undergrowth right down to the water's edge. So I followed the road. This was an amazing narrow switchback with passing places. On my left the twin peaks of Sail Gharbh and Sail Ghorm were now free of the low cloud in which they were shrouded previously. The road was relatively busy and I was frequently having to ...