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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... to muddy, tired walkers they immediately offered us use of the washing machine and the drying room. As Rob commented yesterday, before this trip we would never have considered staying in a B&B. Now we are converts. You meet some lovely people and by their nature, they are so much more welcoming and helpful than any hotel can hope to be, as well as being great value. A full Scottish Breakfast awaits us! As well as 22 miles! Weather is supposed to clear though so here's ...
... Canada, America, Australia because of greed by the lairds? We found the perspective changed depending on the eye's of different generations. Life certainly did improve for some with the migration to the coast when the herring were running strong, opportunity did open for the lives of many in new lands, what would have happened if the intervention/redirection/eviction didn't happen? Was it ever welcomed in any ...
... for Dunoon, located about 15 to 20 minutes away. We weren't really sure where we were going but figured it wouldn't be too difficult - if they really were the largest Highland Games around - and managed to find the main parking lot.
At this point we were low on cash and having trouble in many locations where our credit cards were not accepted because they did not have a "chip". Time to hit the ATM. We asked the ...
... other wildlife at every turn. The price is VERY reasonable (I paid £35.00 for a single room, which was a double, I just paid a single price) and the food exceptional. There is a newspaper article about the landlord being in great debt and there is a chance the Inn will not be in operation much longer. While it is supposed to be haunted, I had the best night's sleep of my journey so far! During dinner there was a great band playing for charity and I was worried I would ...
Woke up all pretty much all packed and ready to leave the motherland. Rachel has done well, actually packed as in folding stuff up and packing it rather than grabbing stuff and rolling it up and smashing it in the suitcase, well done pal. So we get the "Ferginator" mobile packed up had our last scottish sausage roll x2 and said goodbye to sunny Cumnock for now. Headed past the locked up house in Catrine on our way to Glasgow to grab some booze from the lovely old man to see ...