Port Askaig Hotel

Address: Port Askaig Isle of Islay, Port Askaig, Islay, The Hebrides, Scotland, PA46 7RB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Port Askaig Isle of Islay, Port Askaig, is near Bunnahabhain Distillery.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Askaig

    Day two on Islay

    A travel blog entry by juliesecker on May 28, 2015

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    After another awesome breakfast of scrambled eggs and smoked salmon ( heaven on a plate ) and a catch up on contact with the outside world we headed today for Port Askaig. We stopped on the way at Islay House which is a magnificent place that is being turned into a hotel. We wondered around the kitchen gardens which were huge and nosied around the craft shops housed in the old farm buildings. Our next stop was at the Islay Woollen mill where we got to ...

    Day one on Islay.

    A travel blog entry by juliesecker on May 27, 2015

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    ... and checked out the beautiful scenery, saw some seals floating about in the bay and lots of baby lambs frolicking in the fields. For dinner we finished off the magnificent sea food we bought yesterday. This evening we went to a traditional concert of Gaelic dance and music. Interesting to say the least. Highland dancing children. Soloists who forgot the words to the songs. Many of the tunes very mournful. Who wouldn't be mournful in ...

    On the Bonny bonny banks of Loch Lomond

    A travel blog entry by juliesecker on May 26, 2015

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    ... to be how it is on Islay. For dinner we had fresh crusty bread, oat cakes, kiln smoked salmon , smoked mussels, anchovies and garlic, whisky infused cheddar cheese, beautiful cherry tomatoes off the vine, roll mops and olives with feta. Wonder what the poor people are eating??? Not forgetting some lovely Australian wine followed by a glass of Bayleys Irish Cream. Good night. ...

    Full Day In Isay prounouced Ila

    A travel blog entry by dustintherrien on Oct 03, 2012

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    ... BEEN ON. I was priviledged to be part of almost everything they do at Bruichladdich today. I was there for the grind, the wash, samples the wash backs, and watched feints and middle run on the distilling floor. I filled barrels, turned on the mash tonne and got an hour and a half with Jim McEwan talking about the then and now of whisky. It was only to be a few minutes but turned into 90! i wished I had videoed ...

    People Day

    A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 15, 2012

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... called “The Spirit of Jura” instead. I just flipped the book open now and in the whisky section it gives more detail about the Fletcher involvement than I have previously seen. They called it The Small Isles Distillery” and had it for 20 years they say, but did not “make much of a success of it”. It says it was Archibald who had it, but he would have been only 21 according to their dates. The Fletchers took over a year after the ...