The Loch Nell Arms Hotel

North Connel (by Oban), Connel, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA37 4RR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on North Connel (by Oban), Connel, is near McCaig's Tower, Oban Distillery, Dunstaffnage Castle, and Isle of Kererra.
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    Travel Blogs from Connel

    Travel day to Mull

    A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 12, 2014

    ... a few minutes. We were ready when we saw the smoke, and then the train. Copious pictures were taken by all. We were just outside the village of for our lunch stop. We stopped for 45 minutes. I bought a sandwich and chips and we sat outside with the girls. One of them tried to feed the birds that were nearby. After lunch, I walked down the road to take a picture of the bridge over which the Hogwarts Express passes. We then ...

    The weather forecasters were right . . . :(

    A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Munro's around us, but we couldn't see any because of the low cloud and we just kept walking. As our trouser legs started to stick to us we spied the detour from the path to the little village of Crianlarich, with a population of 200 it's the biggest place for miles around and we gratefully walked the extra mile to our guesthouse where a warm welcome and bath awaited ...

    Riding the Harry Potter Train

    A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 21, 2014

    15 photos

    ... train which was a bit disappointing. I wanted to get a good photo of the Glenfinnan Viaduct, but it was on the opposite side from where we were sitting. I moved to the space between the coaches so I could see out a window for a picture. A couple of other people shared the one window with me and were very considerate in taking photos quickly then getting out of the way for the next person. The train slowed down a bit going over the viaduct giving ...

    Jacobite Train

    A travel blog entry by ecirpnek on Jul 18, 2014

    22 photos

    ... look at the locks on the Caledonian Canal. We were fortunate that there was a large square rigged ship, the Flying Dutchman passing through the last lock, so we stood and watched the whole process. The Caledonian Canal is a passage which cuts completely through Scotland from Inverness to fort William and consists of a series of natural Lochs joined up with manmade canals. Finally, back in town, we had a walk along the main street of Fort William and through the remains of the Old ...

    You take the low road. I'll take the high!

    A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Apr 27, 2014

    2 comments

    ... stayed with family. Thoroughly recommend a stay there at any time, with lots of good walks around the village to tempt a longer stay.

    Today's drive over the highland peat plains of Raddock Moor past Clach Leachad (1097 metres) and Bidean Nam Brian (1148 metres) was spectacular. The weight of the last Ice Age sits heavily on the moors and surrounding fells. The valleys are unmistakedly glaciated, with grassed moraines providing patterned relief across the valley ...