Stonefield Castle Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... down was a bit of a nightmare as the path had been badly eroded and the final descent was pretty random and we both had wobbly, aching knees. It was worth it and we knew we had a sandwich and cuppa to look forward to in our van. Luxury! We drove around the headland before returning to the site, showering and doing a bit of washing then off to our favourite Old School Restaurant for seafood freshly caught today in the loch. We'll sleep well ...
... taking photos. They loved the scenery and were hoping to go up Ben Nevis tomorrow. Back in the van we had 2 curries on the go, chicken and prawn. With Arran Blonde And le and a bottle of waxed bat and the Euro Cup Final to watch, they didn't last long. Second half with Arran Whisky Ice-Cream; it went down well. 10pm and it seems lighter than ever. Coffee and bed seems the order of the day ready for our crossing ...
... off the wall at lock 5 while a young family looked on in wonder. I'll let you work out which option we took. We happened to go down through the locks with another yacht. "She" was called "Scorcher V", which was apt as it was a hot, sunny day and lock 5 was where all the action happened. The Crinan canal is about 8 miles long. It was a great experience and ...
... road it is a short climb over rocks to a local attraction known as Shell Beach. By our standards this wouldn't even be called a beach as it is just a tiny stretch of crushed pink shells, notable here where most of the shoreline is just pebbles and rocks.
We packed up a picnic lunch with supplies from the Co-op and headed to the other famous town walk, a place called White Shore on the western side of the harbour. The walk hugged the shoreline and then ascended ...
... at the top of a hill, but unfortunately it was quite a distance and he was possibly aware of even us way down on the water because he stepped back so all we could see was his antlers. We saw another stag later in the journey but he too faded into the woods quite quickly. They were living on an island that was owned by a nobleman who keeps a large manor house there just for his holidays and hunting trips. All the small islands we saw are privately owned ...