The Pierhouse Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Port Appin
... Must have caught a bug! Drove slowly north. Stopped & had a look at Urquhart Castle ruins from the car park. Lots of tourists again. Stopped at Beauly & checked out the gift shop & Beauly Priory Ruins. Continued through to Inverness which was very busy. Held up at a canal whilst a few boats sailed through. Arrived in Dingwall. Went to Tulloch Castle for accommodation but the Italians won! Was told to continue to Strathpeffer as there ...
For those who know me you know that I love animals, and there are a lot if cute dogs in Scottland!!! Cocker Spaniels, sheep and cows. I bought a ram that was in a Scottish bagpipe uniform, and had bagpipes in it's mouth, and for those who know me better I bought tartin bows!!! I don't usually like tartin for fashion reasons but I will have to learn how to like it because that ...
... brought us an early start and we caught the 7:00 ferry from Oban to the Isle of Mull where we drove a solid hour west to catch another ferry to the tiny Isle of Iona. Only 3 miles long and 1 mile wide, Iona packs a lot of fantastic scenery into a tiny place! It is famous for being the place where St. Columba arrived in 523 bringing Christianity from Ireland to Scotland. One of the big draws on Iona is ...
... has been really enjoyable. After a bit of a break, and putting my boots where they could dry, we walked up to the tearoom near the castle for a late lunch. Quite often we find two main meals a day is sufficient. The rest of the day was spent relaxing, Lyndall did her crochet, I did some reading, and had another complimentary whisky! We had another great sunset, so I took some pictures outside. Tomorrow we are off to Iona. This is quite a drive, but should be really ...
... it seems I was much cheaper to maintain! I also remember being taken to visit a relative there, and as mum and I approached, someone yelled into the house in lovely broad scots...." Will ye no come out and look at this, Kitty, 'tis the next generation (pronounced cheneration) coming up the driveway!"
From Tarbert, we took the Calmac ferry to ...