The Kingarth Hotel

Address: Kingarth T-Junction, Kilchattan Bay, Isle of Bute, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA20 9LU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kingarth T-Junction, Kilchattan Bay.
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    Mackintosh in Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by carbonf on Dec 17, 2014

    34 photos

    ... had another walking tour about the city with A lady who gave us a quick history of Glasgow through the ages - the industrial revolution, the Georgian, Victorian and art nouveau all standing together, cheek by jowl in the same street. Their extraordinary City Chambers - the town hall - and this building needs a whole set of photos by its lonesome, because it's amazing. Our tour guide told despite ...


    A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Aug 24, 2014

    15 photos

    ... little surprised as we took our seats that only half the stadium was full and even more surprised that it stayed that way until without our realising the players were coming out and everything went absolutely mental in a jam packed stadium. Everyone around us stood up without warning and held their scarfs in the air and began to sing "you'll never walk alone" we didn't know the words but we jumped up and tried to join in. It was borderline deafening and ...

    Newmilns - Host day

    A travel blog entry by fixedwingatp on Apr 05, 2014

    3 photos

    ... evening, the collective group of hosts invited us all to their meeting hall for a potluck dinner and time of worship. I really enjoyed the sightseeing, but this was the highlight of my day. Its really very special to worship with folks half way around the world that love The Lord like our churches back home! I sat next to a man named Jim who sang "Majesty", the worship song by Jack Hayford, with a thick Scottish accent. What a ...

    Wild West Coast and Highlands

    A travel blog entry by suelacey on Aug 24, 2013

    40 photos

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    Photo stop at Glengarry and Loch Garry. Here we stopped to talk to some cyclists who were cycling the route that we had come that morning. I took a photo for the group with Glengarry in the background.

    Onto a photo op of Ben Nevis but it is shrouded in cloud as it is most days. It's rugged, uninviting country here; it's easy to see how people get caught out and get into trouble. The British commando units train here in survival skills. ...

    West Highland Way

    A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Jun 27, 2013

    3 comments, 36 photos

    ... was a little bridge and a group of a dozen or more elderly folks - in their eighties - they were sitting on the bridge and surrounding rocks (the only place to sit) having finger sandwiches and tea. If it hadn't been so miserable I would have taken a picture! The 'Devil's Stairway' was on the way down for me, so I started asking people how far it was to the summit. I got the usual, a wee bit farther and it's downhill all the way, so just kept trudging on. One Scottish ...