Port Askaig Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Family rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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We decided todays hike would be to see one of the lochs on Arran. I'd done a hike to a loch before but wasn't sure which one it had been so we picked this hike at random.
It started in Catacol and we would then hike to Loch Tanna.
My dad drove the middle road to Catacol as on the map it seemed the quickest option. It was a nice drive and not one I remember taking before but it took us all ...
Another lazy morning, driving up the east coast to Arpitalla, then back to Laphroaig Distillery. Personal tasting here, where they gave me a glass each of what I wanted to try, and I tried it. Very gentlemanly.
Lazy lunch alongside the Harbour, and then drive out to the bleak and desolate Mull of Oa.
... nice tasting also, with 5 whiskys and a gin. Bought 3 bottles and some glasses that stand up if pushed over. Wish I could do that after a long tasting.
Spent the afternoon driving on to Port Charlotte, Kilcharian, Portnahaven, and to Bowmore for a late lunch. Scottish music at the local ...
... 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 ...
Suddenly when I saw a sign with 9km to Dunadd I realised it was not an easy jaunt. In talking with a local lady even she found it difficult to advise as the best way to go. The semi signposted route was far from direct - partly on roads but also across paddocks. In the last 3 k I could see the hill I was heading for clearly, but the path followed the meanderings of a river and you couldn’t cut across country because it was bog. Sometimes I was ...