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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... of the narrow roads were sheep so it was definitely not a place for fast driving. Also lots of peat piles on the roadside. Mum made a lovely purchase of a Harris tweed hat and scarf.....the scarf was actually custom made for her.
We spent a few hours tuning into the ABC Grandstand coverage of the Cowboys game yesterday via digital radio and are thrilled that we have two QLD teams in the GF. Bad luck to ...
... few sheep or cows grazing. We wonder if they are just huge tracts of land owned by the major land-owners, but that farming isn’t economically viable. Maybe the land is not good for grazing. Some of the roads were single-track, and there was enough traffic that it was hard going at times. It was a relief when we hit the two-lane roads again.
We arrived at our hotel about 5:30pm. We bathed and rested until dinner, served in the hotel dining room. Then to ...
... of memorabilia of past times from about 1600. Another history lesson. Did you know that the 3rd Governor General of Australia Sir Henry Stafford Northcote attended the engagement of Reginald Macleod and Miss Agness Cecilia Northcote in August 1876 at the Dunvegan Castle well if you did I didn’t. Made our way to our accommodation at Lochinver via Eilean Donan Castle and Ullapool. Our accommodation is set on the hill above the village and has a great ...
... Boreray, Stac an Armin (191m) and Star Lee (165m) were awe-inspiring. The Fulmar and Puffin populations on Hirta were impressive, but the Kitiwake, Gannet, Fulmar and Guillemot populations on the stacks were unbelievable. As you approach the stacks, they appear covered in snow; however, when you put your binoculars on the 'snow' you see that the stacks and cliffs of Boreray are covered with birds. Then you look into the sky around them and there are literally 'clouds' of birds to ...
... scrappy little place with no real heart, all straggling out along the road. Our B&B, suggested to us by Raymond in Thurso, is not nearly as pretty as Pennyland, but comfortable enough and run by Alexandra, who seems to be recovering from some sort of surgery and was a bit spaced out when we arrived; she apologised and said she would be better by 7pm, and was, so we assume it's a side-effect of some sort of drug she has to take; her husband Kenny is a ...