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TravelPod Member ReviewsArgyll Hotel Inveraray
For 109.00 pounds, we enjoyed a decent nights sleep, breakfast and my favourite...free WiFi! Staff were friendly, helpful and accommodating, a great show all round!
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Yesterday was a day of ferries and islands. The weather was sunny, with clouds to add interest to every picture, and warm, about 14. The wind picked up in the afternoon and was invigorating. When we were getting on the small ferry from Iona back to Mull, the combination of rising tide and strong wind meant we had to hop onto the ferry ramp between wave swells, as we would have had very wet feet otherwise. ...
This is our very most northern point on our trip, and was a goal of mine to make it here. I am a Campbell and wanted to see some of their story; and what a story it is. Needless to say, it goes back to the medieval times and now is a beautiful greenish grey castle at the end of the Loch Fyne. We stayed at a wonderful pub/inn called The George. It had a very vibrant pub downstairs and our suite upstairs was very comfortable. Sunday night after ...
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... right in the centre of town, the town by the way probably only has a population of a few hundred people, the gaol is interesting and l lot of the sort of thing I have seen in Port Arthur and Norfolk Island etc. from there it was over to the Castle which is just the other side of town and is a live in castle and open to the public. Inveraray Castle Well for my first castle it was pretty good, the main thing that I ...
... Victoria bridge for a rest. Bad move! The earlier rain, although brief, had brought the Wee Beasties out and liberal application of Smidge* just seemed to attract them so we decided to press on over Rannoch Moor. Mirandy was finding the terrain tough in her new "Uncle Eric" shoes, so she suggested that I trek on ahead to Glencoe and prepare the accommodation for her arrival. Just before descending to the Glencoe Mountain Resort I met Mr Grumpy. He was moaning about his knees and ...