Oak Tree Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOak Tree Inn Balmaha
I had an amazing freshly caught brown trout with mashed new potatoes and veg with a chilli oil. Top end pub prices but very good food. Also sells local Balmaha cider, highly recommended.
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... the desire to walk for days in a row would prove fleeting and really a good novel in a nice hotel would seem much more attractive
Fear 3 - that my visa card with all my savings wouldn't work (Scotland only does pin numbers and my stoopid salary packaging card only has signature).
Anyways none of these things came to pass - I woke up bouncing with energy and ready to get on the path. The nice lad in the bar served me a freshly cooked ...
Balmaha is really lovely. It is right on the shore of Loch Lomond. After breakfast we went for a hike around the foreshore of the Loch. As Loch Lomond is 25miles in length and 5miles wide we saw a minute amount. To see more we caught the ferry from Balmaha across the loch to Luss. In comparison to Balmaha, which has only one village store and one inn (which is the one we are staying in), Luss is much ...
... I imagined a museum similar to those in Canada but was awed by the scale of the Scottish version of a museum. After a train ride and directions gained from friendly passersby we found ourselves walking along a very pretty pathway on Pollock Country Park. The building housing the Burrell Collection was modern. But once we walked through the doorway, it was as though we had walked back centuries in time and space. We saw Greek earthenware dating back to the ...
We arrived in Glasgow in late afternoon and again start the search for a place to stay! A little easier than Edinburgh as I know Glasgow a lot better. Once we found a place and settled in, it was off to Sauchiehall street and a drink and dinner! Andy thought it was just a nickname I had for the street as it is pronounced Sucky-Hall, but oh no that's Scotland for you. Also the great thing ...
... doing so, c) the desire to do something different, and d) wanting to escape another anti-climactic Scottish summer...
Down to business then... We intend to spend six weeks driving through France, into northern Spain and back again, in a Talbot Express campervan bought specially for the occasion.
Apart from a scribbled route, a six week window ...