The Lake of Menteith Hotel

Address: Port of Menteith, Stirling, Scotland, FK8 3RA, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in Port of Menteith, is near Hamilton Toy Collection, Nick Nairn Cook School, Lake of Menteith, and Eyemouth Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Port of Menteith

104. West Highland Way Race.

A travel blog entry by sarahbooth on Jun 21, 2014

... a warm day, we had splashes of rain but not enough to regret not carrying my jacket. Andy and Audrey said it rained heavier across the loch where they were in Inveruglas.

I was happily chatting to my camera every hour with a quick update of how I was doing. I wanted Andy to share the adventure with me.

Before reaching the next check point we were on a narrow single track path within the trees. I love sections ...

Turning back time

A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 16, 2013

9 photos

... NTS) bought up many of the properties thus saving it and creating a living museum. This is now a conservation area which prevents any of the private owners from altering the exterior of their properties. They have even created an electricity substation within a cottage to keep the authentic look. We start with a tour of 'the palace'. It isn't really a palace but a grand house which was owned by George Bruce. The original building was smaller but Bruce first added ...

McGregor Despite Them

A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jan 08, 2013

1 comment, 35 photos

... red hair. For most others though he would be known by his anglicised name of 'Rob Roy'.

Although a Protestant, he was a Jacobite sympathiser (follower of James Stuart the ‘Old Pretender’) and the next we hear of Rubah (Rob Roy) is at the age of 18 as he rallied the Gregors to join Jacobite leader Viscount Dundee, John Graham of Claverhouse. Dundee, known by his supporters as ‘Bonnie Dundee’, was to meet the ...

Seeing Cairngorms National Park and Perth

A travel blog entry by eliseandmatt on Jul 26, 2012

7 photos

... Matt and I each had some nice pasta and Matt fed Emma her dinner. We came back to our room at 7.00pm and I started my blog. Matt played with Emma on the bed while I tried to keep writing the blog. Emma can be very distracting and cheeky.

At 8.00pm Matt dressed Emma in her sleepsuit and we brushed her teeth. I fed her and put her to bed. Matt has just returned with some Ben and Jerry’s ice cream ...

Castaway

A travel blog entry by 35mph on Jun 09, 2011

3 photos

Next stop – Inchmahome Priory [ISA 11.10] where Mary Queen of Scots holed up for a while as a child. The ruins of the Priory are on an island in the middle of the Lake of Menteith – the only 'lake' in Scotland apparently due to an error during the instructing of a Dutch cartographer in the 1700’s. I don’t know if he ever got paid.

The National Trust for Scotland run an ...