The Pierhouse Hotel

Address: Port Appin, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA38 4DE, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located in Port Appin.
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      Scotland 2

      A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Sep 05, 2014

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      5/9/2014. Friday We have just reached Oban. This is a very pretty little town. We left the hotel rather earlier than needed- that's me being anxious to not miss the train! We had to sit at the station & watch the board saying which trains were going for ...

      Speans Bridge West Scotland

      A travel blog entry by vickibreen on Aug 06, 2014

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      ... the gardens filled with relaxing observers. We were so fortunate to witness the Scottish 100th Anniversary World War 1 commemoration march of all the military defence regiments down the Royal Mile.It was thrilling and emotionally moving to see all that pride on display to the sound of bagpipes and brass bands and full Scottish regalia. We would have loved more time for highland walks and ...

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

      A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Apr 27, 2014

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      ... Britain; rocky scrapes in Norway to stick nests across England and Wales; and the harsch cry of Great Black-backed Gulls in Norway to the melodious songs of the Skylark and Blackbird in Britain.

      And then there has been the differences in human culture across the four countries, numerous counties, and far more numerous villages. These cultural differences can be both subtle and obvious. The differences in diet are clear, but are partially homogenised by ...

      Mulling to over.. Or over on Mull

      A travel blog entry by footloose-too on Jul 13, 2013

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      ... us over to the other side of the island to Loch Na Keal. Mull is volcanic and the cliffs on the southern side of the loch are quite dramatic. It was interesting seeing these as you could see the stratification from the different lava flows but the views down the loch seawards were fantastic. All small skerries similar to those we saw in Norway. Also in this Loch is Inch Kenneth. Inch Kenneth is one of the most historically important islands in Scotland. Along ...

      People and castles

      A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 08, 2012

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... come from Canada to the UK twice in the years since I came across them. He has been rephotographing the coat of arms on the Achallader gravestone and has a friend in Canada who is going to follow up on its meaning and symbols. He also explained how the chiefly line had cut itself off from the rest of the Fletchers when they turned to Catholicism.

      This afternoon was relaxation and sightseeing. Duart Castle the home of the MacLeans was first. It is built on a ...