The Lochailort Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The castle was destroyed in the 18th century but restored in the early 20th century by a member of the MacRae family, who owned. The granddaughter of this couple still owns the castle. There were no plans or historical documents of the original castle, but McRae had a vision of what it should look like. Later, historical documents were found confirming that in all essential details, the restoration ...
We travelled from Oban to Plockton today. We had to head inland to come around sea lochs before heading back west. The rain started gently, but occasionally came down hard, so that influenced Ross about the photo stops and agenda for the day. But even in the rain, we had to stop for pictures at Glencoe, the site of the massacre of MacDonald clan members by Campbells, during the reign of William of Orange, who ...
... mountain is too steep to attempt an assent but our guide material says that at the far end of the ridge there is a short scramble which will take us to near the summit. As we round the eastern face, the path’s slope increases and the drop-off on the side turns decidedly dangerous.
After climbing through a tight crevasse, we pause for a short break and begin looking for the scramble. We find it. Ahead of us is a towering pile ...
... spelling) all covered in snow. We stopped for lunch along a creek and checked out the highland cattle on the Auch Estate. Interesting in this country is that most of the Way goes through privately owned property but the owners are required by law to permit walkers. Must check out the "right to roam" law in Scotland when I get home. We are now at our final hotel of the trip for four nights - nice to be settled for a few days. Over to Barbie who will ...
... grounds and right down to the water if you wish. Once again a castle well worth the visit.
After the castle we continue on our way to the small town of Kilchoan. That's right go find your atlas (good luck, it is probably too small!) or try Google Earth. This is a small town on the western coast of Scotland across from the Island of Mull. This region is known as Ardnamurchan and it has many small crofter villages. The unique thing that I have found out is that ...