The Marine Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews The Marine Hotel Mallaig
Travel Blogs from Mallaig
... it was just as spectacular. And yes I must admit it was a great experience, but I had better let train buff Nigel describe the full awesomeness of it his own way! We pull out of Fort William in a cloud of steam and smoke. The train pushes its way through the bracken along the edge of the track. There is nothing modern about this journey just a sense of power and comfort. This is the Jacobite, an LMS Black 5 4-6-0 pulling its own coal tender and ...
... that spawned the Jackobite Rebellions of the 1700's and of the attempted take over by Bonnie Prince Charlie, who in 1720 claimed the throne of Scotland and England but was eventually stopped by the English army in decisive and bloody battle. This marked the end of the Jackobite rebellions. We stopped for photos of the black mountains next to a small mountain called Glemeg. Here, annually, ...
Weather: intermittent rain, Travellers: needing a quiet day The breakfast room overlooked the town and the bay. Having had fruit for dinner last night we were ready for a delicious breakfast of poached eggs, then toast with home made lemon marmalade! Re-energised, we set off down the slippery, sloping pathway to the waterfront below the hotel. The brightly coloured shopfronts contain a variety of souvenir, tea, boating paraphernalia and restaurant businesses. ...
We spent the night in Fort William at a bed and breakfast a little outside of town. It was a really nice place with a yummy breakfast. Todd had a fruit platter with yogurt and toast. I had cornflakes and bacon, which taste a bit like country ham, and toast. Something funny we have noticed is the fact they must not be exposed to many southern American girls. They have a hard time understanding me, and they always try to give Todd my breakfast. In the morning I usually order eggs, toast, ...
... train used in the Harry Potter movies. We arrived in Mallaig, a fishing town, around 12:30 for our hour and a half layover. We walked to the pier, climbed a mountain, well it felt like a mountain, in order to get a few nice photos of the town so please look at the photos and feel sorry for our calves. We then went to the local grocery store/deli and picked up lunch before boarding for the return trip.