Rob Roy Hotel

Address: Aberfoyle, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland, FK8 3UX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Aberfoyle, is near Lake of Menteith, Eyemouth Museum, and Trossachs Trail Loop.
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    Travel Blogs from Aberfoyle

    Hairy Coo and Highlands tour

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 29, 2013

    81 photos

    ... a bit more hairy. All I could think of was how much Kait would have loved it. The babies got their fair share of bread, except they hadn't quite mastered the bread eating technique and dropped half of it for their muma's to get. Hairy coos are cool. DaaaaaD lets get one!

    Sir Walter Scott's The Lady of the Lake is based on Loch Katrine, and that was our next stop. Probably the favourite stop on the trip, it is a large loch set in a valley. Completely still and just ...

    The Pavlova’s of Pitlochrie

    A travel blog entry by mikeanddyana on Mar 26, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... we all took on the roles of the characters from the film and made total idiots of ourselves re-enacting out various scenes. When you buy your entrance ticket, they actually ask if you want to borrow a set of coconuts for any re-enactment scenes you may wish to try out. OH YES! How could we miss just such an opportunity. It only comes once in a lifetime when as adults we can let our hair down and be children again. What a great laugh as we pretended to ...

    Aberfoyle and surrounds

    A travel blog entry by cullism on Sep 24, 2011

    ... Scotland’s only lake. Having examined the ruins thoroughly we took a path (perhaps better described as a track) which ran around the shores of the island. Even the onset of light rain could not detract from the experience of peace and natural beauty we felt as we wandered beneath the moss clad trees.

    By the time we had completed our ramble the rain had begun to fall more heavily and the boat trip back to the mainland was somewhat ...

    Loch Ahoy!

    A travel blog entry by mleary on Aug 17, 2011

    5 photos

    ... feats. And the Titanic, well the Irish were responsible for that.

    We slowly cruised up the Loch and cameras happily snapped away at the scenes. As we headed out the wind began to blow off the water and it became suddenly very very cold. I had not been bothered by the weather so far but I have to tell you heading into the wind with the wind comeing off the water it was very very cold. I grinned and barred it for the view and the thought of a hot coffee on the way back.

    Holiday Adventures

    A travel blog entry by gennalex on Dec 22, 2010

    2 comments, 88 photos

    ... burger to warm up. There was also carousal, slide tower and ice skating (which was packed). It really was kind of magical and I think a fine start to Christmas.

    On Sunday we got started a bit earlier and took the train to Dumbarton to see the castle. Alex and I both agreed that we should perhaps wait to see Loch Lomond when it was warmer and we could enjoy it, but I wanted to see the castle now while I still had a train pass to get us ...