Royal Marine

Address: Hunters Quay, Dunoon, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA23 8HJ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Hunters Quay, Dunoon, is near Younger (Benmore) Botanic Garden and Newark Castle.
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      Travel Blogs from Dunoon

      Touring the Trossachs

      A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Sep 21, 2014

      16 photos

      ... fragments of an earlier world'. Slender birch trees grow out of nearly vertical surfaces, and the undergrowth is moss, heather, bog myrtle and bracken. One rock is draped entirely in swathes of moss of different shades, from a velvety dark green to the palest lemon.

      The loch became Glasgow's first reservoir in the 1850s. We are reminded of this fact when we come across a geometric waterfall cascading down a over a series of steps into a ...

      Haud yer wheesht

      A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 31, 2014

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      ... everybody did.

      We decided to leave after the mens 200m to try and avoid a bit of the crush. Mind you a lot of other people had the same idea. Instead of going back the way we had come and catching the bus we decided to try and leave by the gate nearest where we were sitting which was now open and head to Mt Florida station. Everything was so calm, peaceful and organised and in less than 15 minutes we were sitting on a train heading ...

      Dreary day, interesting content!

      A travel blog entry by ozplanman on Sep 14, 2013

      9 photos

      ... the old town. No such luck. I spoke to a lady there who told me that there isn't even a shopping centre there and that it's just a "locality" these days. I did see some older buildings on the way in and GG took a photo of me near a sign saying where we were but as far as feeling something about my roots - didn't happen.

      We hopped on the train at Coatbridge which is one stop closer to Glasgow, and soon found ourselves in the heart of that city. A quick ...

      Cowal Highland Games

      A travel blog entry by heymann on Aug 29, 2013

      4 photos

      ... where to find a cash machine, and she instructed us to go around the corner to the grocery where there was a "wee hole in the wall". A what? This conjured up images of a knee-level hole in a brick wall where a leprechaun - or the Scottish equivalent, whatever THAT is - would dispense cash and a few words of questionable wisdom. As it turns out, the
      "wee hole in the wall" was a proper ATM machine but only took cards with ...

      The museum of hodge podginess

      A travel blog entry by hobgoblins5 on May 24, 2013

      7 comments, 114 photos

      ... Boys, a series of Impressionist artists from Glasgow who were highly important in the art scene in the late 1800s. Several pictures were nice, but none caught my eye until the Anna Pavlova. It first caught my eye because of the fire in the girls scarf. The reds and the oranges, complimented with the blues of the shadows and cream of the girls body, plus the scale of the painting itself, almost took my breath away. And then her name, Anna Pavlova stood out to me because ...