Portland Arms Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Portland Arms Hotel Lybster
Travel Blogs from Lybster
... There is still bitterness here all these generations on. We travelled on and stopped for photo's of the magnificent highland cattle on the side of the road. Calves around but so docile. We were running low on fuel. The first place we came to has an electric vehicle recharging station. Eventually we found fuel at a small store. We drove on via Vulcan and the Dounseay Fast Reactor. There was an exhibition to these 1950 initiatives that was pretty interesting about ...
... she was going to lose Sue as the wind completely filled her jacket - she now looked like a fat hobbit on a bike about to take off into the stratosphere. But no, she managed to stay on and, pausing now and again to view the landscape - we were soon pedalling down to our finish line. Avril and Kate were there - Avril already popping the cork of the champagne - there was bunting, paper cups and a lot of hugging and photo taking. We kind ...
Today we wake to grey skies and rain thundering on our tent. We left our crocs outside and they are full of water despite the drainage holes! It has been chucking it down all night. We can't believe our luck when the sun comes out at 9 o'clock.
Just over a hundred years ago the east coast harbours of Caithness and Sutherland were at the heart of the North Sea herring boom. Our route today will start in the north, detour across country and then follow the ...
... has made me love and respect you more, thanks for the wicked route, thanks for looking after me on and off the road. Thanks for asking me to join you, Thanks mate, I would not have missed it for the world.
Just leaves me to thank you all for following our blogs, your sponsorship and your lovely supportive encouragement, it's made all the difference being able to share our trip with you all and knowing you are with us every day has helped us along. See you all soon. Love Mo ...
... with the occasional farm building, as we passed through remote, tiny little villages. There was also rugged moorland of heather and gorse. It looked a peaceful, idyllic place to live, miles from the hustle and bustle and stresses of traffic jams. However, unless you were a farmer or fisherman, I don’t know if there would be many other means of employment here, apart from a ...