Western Isles Hotel

Strongarbh, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, The Hebrides, Scotland, PA75 6PR, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tobermory

Travel day to Mull

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 12, 2014

... two lochs using narrow country roads to our next ferry stop. The drive was beautiful. Would have been better if it wasn't cloudy. We made one picture stop to photograph the tallest mountain in Great Britain, Ben Nevis, but the summit was lost in the cloud cover. The ferry ride to the Isle of Mull was only 10 minutes, and we didn't have to disembark this time unless we wanted to take pictures or use the WC. We then stopped ...

Skye to Oban

A travel blog entry by lil.wombat on Jul 31, 2014

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... shop which is where I ate. Headed back, got changed and sat in the common room with some of the group members as some of us were going to ceilidh. The ceilidh was a lot of fun. It started around 9, and was absolutely packed. There were apparently two Haggis Tour buses in town as well which were also there. It was aimed at tourists, and was a mix of dancing and performances of a singer (singing traditional Gaelic tunes), a piper and a highland dancer. At 1130 it finished and the ...

The first 4 days/Dumfries-Loch Lomond-Oban-Staffa

A travel blog entry by nostalgi3 on Jul 27, 2014

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... Settle down, become a cave woman.... Oops... Dreamin' here! ;-) Oh and I've finally seen Puffins... The birds I had not been able to see in Ireland either! Anyways... Ferry 3 took us from Staffa to Iona where we could have late lunch and go for a walk to Iona Abbey. A beautiful abbey with 2 huge Celtic crosses right in front of it. The sun had come out again at the perfect time... And then the return portion of the trip... Ferry 4 to Mull, bus 2 to head to the other side ...

Isle of Mull

A travel blog entry by nairnboy on Jul 23, 2014

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... built by St Colombo but had been destroyed and rebuilt a number of times since. We had a conducted tour and also those speaking things that one can set a number (as shown on the ground) and listen to what was relevant to that particular place. The remains of St Colombo are buried their in his own wee room. We lit candles for Mum and Lilly. It was well worth a visit. They had Iona crosses which are about 2 metre high and carved dating back 1,500 year. In the museum there they ...

Isle of Mull to the Isle of Skye.

A travel blog entry by blairn99 on Aug 06, 2013

... as one side is quite different from the other. The west coast here is flatter and more grazing look to it as the eastern side is more rugged and the roads are lot more windy. there are sheep (blackfaced) and cattle on the island including the long haired long horned cattle, they are actually called Scottish Highland Cattle. I originally was looking to book my accommodation in Dervaig which is sort of in the middle towards the top of the island, and for some reason I didn't ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Strongarbh, Tobermory, is near Discover Mull Tours and Mull Theatre.
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