The Pierhouse Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The trip up the mountain section was glorious with a lengthy section where the snow was falling gently. We had to travel slowly - the landscape was superb. The snow finally turned to rain and then cleared to have ray's of sunshine bathing the Skye Bridge. What a welcome! We spend a night in Portree in a dinky little B&B - all lace and ruffles. In the morning we wake to find everything covered in snow. Last minute shopping and we wend our way via Dunvegan to 6 Fasach ...
... There was even someone swimming!! -We decided not to head to the black beach as we didn't really know where it was and we still had a long drive ahead -Drove to Fort William with a brief toilet stop in Broadford. We cancelled our original accomodation in Broadford. Evening -Checked in at Fort William backpackers and found Susie there after her ski day. -Went to the Crofter pub for £1 dinner, I had chicken fajita, and we had a couple of ...
... glencoe hostel in dark and checked it Drove down to the village to the glencoe gatherings pub and got haddock and chips for dinner with mushy peas and shared a bottle of red with the others Boys got knickerbocker glory dessert which is a reference to Harry ...
... Yeah, you could just sit here and check out the boats and ships that come in and out of the bay. Because we can, we have grilled steaks with fried peppers, onions and mushrooms with a side of baby potatoes. It is kind of nice to prepare a meal and enjoy eating what and when we want. You lose this kind of autonomy when staying in B&B's and having to eat out for meals. Our evening is spent reading and knitting.
Today it is raining a little in ...
I wasn't off to quite such an early start as day 72 but I was on my way by 6 am. The shoreline between Tarbet and Mallaig is steep and rugged so, like John Merrill I followed the path along the north shore of Loch Morar instead. Loch Morar is the deepest body of freshwater in the British Isles at 310 metres. It was just like walking along the seashore with little beaches here and there. However on this occasion the water was to ...