The Pierhouse Hotel
Travel Blogs from Port Appin
... the Wimbledon tennis final in Crieth and went on to meet Merv and Val in Mutthill. We sat in the sun chatting in the back yard and then had an evening meal of chicken, potato and cabbage followed by apple crumble. Val cooked rye bread for breakfast while,we set up Nev's camp bed in the lounge room. They were really only expecting 2 ...
... went to the last drop pub from supper on the grass market. Erin and I ordered traditional dishes of haggis and a meat pie. Both were delicious! The haggis is very unique but tasty and the meat pie was basically stew with a large puff pasty. We walked around the city for a bit and them ended at Salsa Bar for a few drinks. Shots were £1.50! But the long day got the better of us and soon Erin and I were back at the hostel and planning the rest of our ...
We left Arisaig about 7.30 and got to the ferry in time for the 8,10 departure. We drove north to the bridge that connects the island to the mainland. The air was clear and the sun shone on the loch and the white houses. The bridge is quite iconic. We ...
It was a cold, wet but beautiful trip from Edinburgh to our next stop Glencoe. After such a warm day when we first got to Edinburgh it was a bit hard to handle getting out the jumpers and raincoats but the views were worth it. Glencoe is stunning! We couldn't believe that there was still snow on the mountains in the middle of Summer. It's very different to home. ...
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To finish on a lighter note. As in Britain, the speed limits across Scotland and the Islands range from 60 mph on the open road to 20 mph in towns. A noteworthy, and paradoxical, exception is in the location of roadworks. There the posted speed limit is 21 mph?! And our accommodation takes us back into antiquity. The floors of Flat 2 on the second floor of the Royal Building slopes quite steeply to some point at the centre of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking