The Strontian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Strontian Hotel
Didnt visit this time. Put off by £3.50 pint
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... coming from the dry and smokey summer we’ve just left.
We came up on the land near Glen Coe and began exclaiming over the beauty and then climbed in elevation and into the mountains, and Rob got misty-eyed, feeling a connection to the land that he didn’t expect. We pulled over to take it in, and take some photos, then carried on past Loch Lomand - singing the famous song in the car as we drove past - and up into ...
... without the hazardous footing of scree on steep slope.
Back at the hotel, we bathed and showered, then had a gin and tonic. Our five-course meal was served at our private table – delicious salad, soup, duck, gazpacho (melon and ginger; ymmm), and then dessert. We had a little leftover wine. Then, we watched a show about two older Scots gentlemen (Still in the Game) or something. Then I journaled and we went to ...
... site a fire was lit by troops to signal the start of the Massacre. The car park is on the A82, so it was quite busy. It is the starting point for three walks. Lots of hill walkers and climbers visit Glencoe, but I think Signal Rock is on the too easy or too short list for them. The walk started easily enough, over a bridge and up a hill, but it soon became steep and muddy in places. There were also rocky parts which were quite slippery. After a ...
... which has dried beautifully in the strong sunshine and the breeze. I do the ironing. This campsite has a full sized ironing board and iron in its laundry room...luxury!
This afternoon we head back up the Glencoe valley passing the Three Sisters up towards Rannoch Moor. This is the road we used to enter Glencoe a couple of days ago but Ian was concentrating on towing so he wants ...
... not the liveliest places LOL!!!
We started by taking a little car ferry across Loch Sunart to Strontian which is where the Lourie family came from, hence the name of the original home farm Strontian. We had a look around and ended up at the pub later in the afternoon where we ran into an Irishman by the name of Matthew Murphy who had lived in the area for a good few years and felt we should go “o’er the hill” to Lochaline because there were ...