The Craggan Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews The Craggan Hotel Tongue
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... home made cakes and biscuits. The coconut and raspberry slice was way to sweet for my taste. There was a lady from the Highland Charcuterie and Smoke House selling cold smoked (beechwood) Scottish mature cheddar. It tasted delicious so we bought some for later. Jenny was taken with the silk tops and nighties and went to try them on. The lady engaged me in conversation about the difference between tie dyeing and spot dyeing, and went on to say how she ...
After another awesome walk to the stacks we headed back to civilisation, a giant tescos where we stocked up on coffee, wifi, soup cans and other things we might need. I saw a picture of a place called smoo cave, a cave by the ocean that has a waterfall running through it. Without any reason to head up to the northern most part of scotland until now, it was a positive quick decision and we were glad we did it. For half the day we drove along the coast into ...
... Firth (between the Atlantic and North Sea) before dropping down into the village of Tongue.
Our B&B hosts had previously lived in London but escaped the rat race for a quieter pace of life. This notion is quite a romantic one and the views were spectacular, but there is quite a difference between living somewhere quiet and somewhere dead.
I never thought I would say this, but oh to be back in London!
Accommodation: Variach View, Tongue
... group of five who decide to come back later). The boatman promises there will be a place fir them in an hours time. The first minibus has gone and the second is full so we are offered the two seats in the front cab next to the driver. Fabulous views, best seats in the house. Our driver, Stuart, is also our tour guide and gives us an amusing commentary on our drive to and from the lighthouse. He laughs loudly at all his own jokes, giving us the cue to ...
... would be able to do this??? What seems like a long time ago now, but way back at the very beginning of our journey at Lands End Signpost there is a commemorative plaque on a wall to a guy who died whilst doing his 12th LEJoG!! Flip mate my first LEJoG is enough to finish me off. This might sound a bit, you know mad..(told you I need psychiatric help) But here goes... so many times on this journey I have cycled past grave yards and read the names on tomb stones ...