The Victoria Hotel

Address: 55 Victoria Street, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA20 0AP, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 55 Victoria Street, Rothesay, is near Rothesay's Victorian Toilets.
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Travel Blogs from Rothesay

Summer's end

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Sep 22, 2014

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Today is the equinox and the first day of autumn, although as I write the sun is still shining and the outdoor thermometer is showing 18⁰C, so it is hard to feel that the summer really is over. And what a summer it has been! Long, warm, sunny days; old friends dropping in for a few days on the back of other trips and others coming for a proper holiday; big birthday celebrations; theatre and gallery outings; major national events; walks with neighbours. ...

Isle of Bute

A travel blog entry by simoncole on Jul 23, 2014

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The Isle of Bute is about 2/3 the size of the Isle of Wight and has a population of six and a half thousand people. It occupies a strategically important position guarding approached to the Clyde and Glasgow.



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We left the Crinan canal at 9am and motored south for 15 nm then turned left ...

Inchcailloch and Luss

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jun 16, 2014

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... island, and use the opportunity to admire the eco-house information kiosk complete with solar panel and state of the art composting toilet. On the way back along the shore path the ruins of an old farmhouse are still visible: the farm functioned until the early 19th century when it became more lucrative to plant oak trees for producing tannin than to grow barley. But the old graveyard was still being used well into the 20th century, with people bringing their dead across the ...

Day 31 – Greenock, (Glascow, Scotland).

A travel blog entry by darrellt on Jul 28, 2013

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... drive back to Greenock was via Glasgow, but we only see the north western portion from the bus, as we pass through. We are back at the dock by 3pm.

As the Eurodam leaves the port the sunshine returns, but we get a send-off by a Scottish band & a big Scotsman bouncing up & down the wharf.

As per normal, we attend the Rembrandt Restaurant for our evening meal, followed by the nightly show at the 'Main Stage’, tonight we have a Scottish ...

Day 1 - Milngavie to Balmaha (19.8 miles)

A travel blog entry by peterward on Oct 29, 2012

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... do, no problem! OMG, This hill may not have been high but I was so glad and motivated that on the other side was my accommodation for the night a hot shower and hopefully a hot meal. I checked in just before 16:00 (£20 + £4.50 for a packed lunch tomorrow), first things first, a shower and clean clothes, breaking the blind in the shower room in the process, I am sure it was already broken ;-) All clean and with a hot cuppa inside me, I headed out to the local pub, The ...