The Lochailort Inn
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Travel Blogs from Lochailort
... minutes away. Once we arrived we had plenty of time to unpack. We both prepared our clothing for the next two days, and I consolidated some items our last night in Scotland. Dinner was at 7:30. We sat with Butch and Linda and discussed the trip, visiting museums, Elvis, etc. I had gnocchi for my entree tonight and chicken liver pate for my appetizer. Then w returned to the room. I went to the lobby to check email and publish the ...
... were overwhelmed. many buses were late. We had lost our tour time to others and had to wait 15 minutes on the bus until the next slot. Once in the castle we had people dressed for the time period give us information about the history and life during the time period. It was one of the most impressive castles we have been in. They used some wax figures in some of their displays. The kitchen was set in 1928 with a kitchen staff of 7 wax figures preparing the ...
... A pleasant chat about travel ensued most of the evening. They used to have a sailboat that they used quite often in the Chesapeake until his bypass operation a few years ago. Also avid Army fans in football & basketball. No wifi in the room here, so I went to. the lobby for awhile to check email before returning to the room. They had live entertainment in the lounge while I was on the ...
... to cycle through two rounds of each of us taking photos. The space was small and it was a bit of a dance to get in, shoot a couple of photos, and move away so someone else could do the same. It worked fairly well, and one of my photos is pretty good. It would have been better a few seconds earlier, but still not too bad.
When we got back to Fort William, we knew that we would need to check the car tires since the light was still on ...
All in all it was quite an eventful drive.
Before returnjng to the ferry terminal we managed to squeeze in time for another castle, this time it was Duart Castle. But we only had time for a few snapshots of the outside before heading back and queuing up for the ferry.
The return across the water was better than on the way out. It was dry, for one thing, and the light was excellent.
As this was our last night in Oban, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed