- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Beverage Selection
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Travel Blogs from Strathpeffer
... and cheese. It hit the spot... It was warm and creamy and delicious! We then made our way up to the locker room and decided to take showers since the facilities looked 500% better than the shower and potential water temp and pressure at the hotel. Now don't get me wrong, we love our hotel, but the shower, whilst clean, didn't look too promising for 3 ladies with long hair! Definitely one of the most memorable showers of my life! ...
... over a Guinness from a local. Managed to locate & get a room but getting a park was another story! Several drives around several blocks, managed to jag a park & carried out a Mr Bean parking impersonation! The dilemma was worth it as we scored a brand new room. One cannot judge a book by it's cover or a motel by it's fašade! ...
Today was another tour day, but earlier then yesterday. I got up at 6.40am, showered, dressed, then got ready for the day. I was too early for breakfast at the hostel, so i left the hostel, walked down the royal mile, crossed the bridge and went to the Rabbies tour office. I checked in and got some breakfast at their cafe. A coffee and a bagel. Soon my tour was called and i meet the guide – Heather. We walked up to the mini bus and left Edinburgh.
Along the ...
... having been in contact with every part of that beautiful country with you.
After a quick breather, we continue onwards and upwards, under the cover of huge chestnut trees, and surrounded on either side of the path by beautiful ferns and Tolkein-esque moss-covered stones.
Before too long we broke free of the cover of the greenery and after a quick hike up a steep path, we had reached the summit. It was quite breathtaking; fields, farmhouses and ...
... also, but eventually he came good. We arrived at Strathpeffer to find our hotel an old spa resort. It was an interesting old building with much elegance from a bygone era. It was also a veritable maze with corridors going every which way. Our room was large and to find it we had to go through a rabbit warren of passages, through many doors and up funny little flights of stairs. I thought it was really quaint.