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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... availability doesn't lend itself to posting many of them. About 6, we arrived at the B&B in Ullapool that we'd booked earlier in the day at a Visit Scotland visitor information center. We were met with the words "there's an issue" with our booking. It seems the owner had assumed we were booking for the next day--though the Visit Scotland caller had been quite clear--and they didn't have a room for us. As there was some sort of event taking place ...
Check out the photo of the Pilote .....and the Pilote in the background on the right! Woke up to brilliant sunshine and had Croissants sitting on the loch side with a cuppa. We introduced ourselves to the folks in the Pilote which we saw driving in last night. Not only is it the same model the number begins the same as ours and was also ...
... beers. The menu looked great so we booked a window seat overlooking the harbour for tomorrow. It was soon rocking as the town filled up with bikers, campers and tourers. After a few beers we put our order in for an INDIAN TAKEAWAY, which was located at the entrance to our site. We had a fab curry in the van with red wine, felt like Friday. It was good but not as good as Mia's and of course we didn't have the company - we did have the ...
The day began rather showery but the forecast suggested some sunshine to come. Jeremy was happy to join me for part of the day so he drove me back my starting point. There was some uncertainty about a bridge over the Dundonnel River (it was shown on my 2005 map but not on a later 2007 one but did appear on Google's satellite image.) Jeremy decided to do a recce, have a closer look at this area and meet me later.
The walk would take ...
... 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 ...