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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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After a good blow (50mph gusts) at Ashburton last night, we awoke bleary eyed but excited. After picking up lumps of trees which arrived on our drive last night, we did last minute repairs to automatic window vents ( how did we ever becomes the owners of 11 automatic window vents?) Then last walks with Daisy dog and we were off! It has only been a year of planning to get this ...
John & Jennifer have been given a large file of instructions and a big list of jobs. So hopefully they will have enough to keep them busy until our return. A big thank you to them for looking after the animals and house in our absence, we hope they enjoy Ashburton & Seil while we are away. But what will we be getting up to in the next 5 weeks? Watch this ...
I cannot believe how delayed I am at updating this blog! It is now the 8th June, so we have well and truly finished our Scotland trip, and I'm only on this day, shocking! I named this day 'Carpets of blue' because on the way towards Glasgow we drove through the Loch Lomond National park which had hill sides absolutely smothered in blue bells. Beautiful! Before visiting Loch Lomond, and not long after leaving Oban we visited Dunstaffnage Castle. This was a castle built into ...
The Glencoe valley as we drove through it was littered with hikers on the hills and many tourist like us searching for the best vantage point to view this extraordinary area.
As we drove on we came to the northern end of Loch Lomond and followed the road along this loch until we came to Tarbet. Perfect time to stop for a coffee and watch the tour boats and fe many tourists.
From here we turned west and went through Arrochar on the Firth of Clyde ...
... in Canada in the late 1800s, still with their guardian families, who then saw fit to donate them to the Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, where they may be seen today.
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