The Lochailort Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Lochailort
... We hike the Way each day and are met at the end point and transported back to the guest house. It is lovely; beautiful grounds and facilities. There is an outdoor swimming pool and jacuzzi which sounds pretty appealing at the end of a days' walk. The meals are great. You sign up for your courses for dinner in advance. There are no opportunities for changing your mind! I don't think people with strong food preferences would do well either! Sheil ...
... which taste like chaff. We then travelled on the A82 which took us through the mountains with snow on their peaks. Beautiful. We arrived at Spean Bridge at 3pm and commenced the scramble for accommodation. In the finish, Jane, the receptionist at The Spean Hotel, fell for my Australian accent and we had a room for £73.50. We have tomorrow's accommodation booked, we think. After a cup of tea we went out on foot for a look around town. It is very small but ...
... I had originally planned to walk for an hour beyond Lochaline but we decided that an earlier return to Edinburgh would be better. So after a quick lunch set off for home.
It remained sunny for most of the journey as far as Stirling but as we got closer to Edinburgh the gloom, both metaphorical and metereological increased.
As we drove along Ferry Road in Friday evening traffic about a mile from home, another car drove into the back of ...
... continued for the rest of the day.
The final section of the walk led along the north edge of the Rhu peninsula. The road went most of the way to the west end, around 14 miles but I was keen to continue despite the rain and so arranged for Susan to meet me at Druimindarrach at around 6.30. This meant trekking along the south side of the peninsula, a stretch without a path. Although I anticipated some rough ground the land was ...
... let alone reverse along a windy road! Then while you're reversing someone comes along behind you, and then they have to reverse too! You both pull over in separate passing places, and both flash your lights, the signal that you are giving way. When you realise you have both stopped, you both start. When you realise you have both started, you both reverse. You start off again, then realise the other vehicle is also coming. ...