Western Isles Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This morning we had to leave even earlier than usual to get to the ferry in time to take us back to the mainland. By catching the ferry instead of driving to the bridge we saved a lot of time and meant we could see more during the day. Our first stop was another Harry potter reference, the place where dobby dies in the movie. It's just a small beach but was a cute little area. From there we drove along the 'road to the isles' which was stunning scenery! As we drove ...
Corran Guest House and Hostel. Weather is fine, sunny and warm! An easy start to the day. We walked up to McCaig's Tower which had a steep staircase from the town area up to the top of the hill. It was built by in 1900 to give his workers work in the winter. He had plans for a second storey, statues etc but work halted when ...
... it was time to deal with the Downton Abbey one: Inverary Castle or the home of the "highland relatives". It's still occupied by the Duke and Duchess of Argyll so it is a working house with changing exhibits in the public rooms. Serendipity entered the picture again as the MacMillan Clan was from this area as well so we said a little goodbye to Grandma and Grandpa on the edge of the Loch underneath the Castle. Just a bit up the road ...
... 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 ...
... were immense, as were those at the barbecue tent. We decided to take time out to go 15 minutes down the road to the Craignure Inn for lunch which proved to be an excellent idea and plenty of other fellow 'gatherees' had exactly the same idea!
We returned to Duart Castle in time for the big photograph of everyone present which was taken on the bank in front of the castle. It was quite a challenge to get everyone ...