Morangie House Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for one night. We moved on the next morning and stopped in Matlock Bath for lunch. This town is referred to as the sea side resort town that's not by the ocean. It was full of fish and chip places, an aquarium and amusement arcades. being the middle of winter, it was empty. We pushed south to Stratford-upon-Avon that night. This is the town were Shakespeare was born and it was obvious. All the street names were themed. The town was very fake old, with ...
... by snow and back again within the space of 5-10mins. There were quite a few fallen trees here, some with their roots sticking out like gnarly wooden tentacles and others ripping up huge chunks of earth with them, leaving the snowmelt to pool where they used to stand. Then we went for a nice long drive around the outside of Loch Ness. We tried as best as we could to spot her, but unfortunately she didn't mKe an appearance for us, meaning we didn't ...
We're in Tain, deep in the Scottish highlands after another 73 miles from Fort Augustus. The weather is turning against us, it's no surprise that in Scotland they have so many words for rain. I've never worked ********* a bicycle than I did today for 10 miles or so along ...
... that I could reach Golspie before dark.
There was snow on the hills north of Inverness and the forecast promised showers on a north-easterly airstream.
Leaving Tain I headed for the A9. Like it or not, this road would be a major part of my route for the next three days and beyond. I crossed the bridge over the Dornoch Firth and turned off the road hoping to walk along the shore. The tide ...
... 8217;s parish church. Also nearby we saw the ruins of the former Bishop’s and Earl’s palaces.
Time was limited, and it was so cold, that we headed back to the car, noting sleet drifting past us as we went. We set off in the direction of the ferry at St Margaret’s Hope, but stopped on the way to visit the Italian Chapel – built by Italian prisoners of war during World War II. The Chapel was build from ...