West Loch Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... down was a bit of a nightmare as the path had been badly eroded and the final descent was pretty random and we both had wobbly, aching knees. It was worth it and we knew we had a sandwich and cuppa to look forward to in our van. Luxury! We drove around the headland before returning to the site, showering and doing a bit of washing then off to our favourite Old School Restaurant for seafood freshly caught today in the loch. We'll sleep well ...
As the weather wasn't brilliant we decided to drive to Mallaig after taking the ferry from Lochanzra to Cloanaig. Waiting for the ferry, we found a little coffee shop - great coffee with salted caramel biscuits. The ferry journey was only half an hour thankfully as we both felt sick, it was so rough. Our drive took us alongside lochs and the coast with some spectacular views. We only stopped for lunch and arrived ...
A rainy start to the day gave way to lovely sunshine and the temperature reaching 20 degrees. We drove from the south of the island to the north, making time to stop at the best coffee shop. As we approached Lochanzra we spotted a perfect place for lunch at Sanox. A secluded park by a small estuary, right on the edge of the sea. Sandwiches never tasted better. We had to dash to make our booking at the Arran Whisky Distillery, only arriving ...
... Clan, it is dedicated to Pope Clement I. It consists of a tower as well as a main sanctuary and smaller chapels with very ornate wall tombs inside! The graveyard of the MacLeods surrounds the church. As we finally began our trip back to Stornoway, a rainbow followed us all the way! It was the only splash of color in the otherwise barren landscape.
Our last stop on the Isles was the next morning when ...
... amp; potato soup & herb scones at a little place called Luss, right beside the lake. As it wasn't raining much we braved a walk along the tree-lined lake shore and sang the appropriate song. Very cold wind but a very pleasant spot for a bit of exercise. Ben Lomond loomed in the distance through the clouds.
Half way up the lake we turned west and rounded the top of Loch Long before climbing uphill into bare-topped rocky hills to a lookout point called Rest and ...