The Lochailort Inn
Travel Blogs from Lochailort
... that day and kindly offered to make an early start at 7.30 am, and drop me at Kyle by noon.
The forecast promised sunshine and showers. We encountered a few heavy showers on the way north and it was trying to rain again as I left Kyle but I was treated to a mainly dry afternoon. My route took me along the A 87 for most of the 15 miles, not the most inspiring of walks but the Scottish coast is what it is and I so I just got on with it. There were ...
... the Wimbledon tennis final in Crieth and went on to meet Merv and Val in Mutthill. We sat in the sun chatting in the back yard and then had an evening meal of chicken, potato and cabbage followed by apple crumble. Val cooked rye bread for breakfast while,we set up Nev's camp bed in the lounge room. They were really only expecting 2 ...
... rewarded by amazing views of the country side and the Stirling castle. As a good bye to our tour Callum treated us all to a recitation of a Rabbie Burns (famous Scottish poet) poem in the old Scottish dialect. It was fantastic and really showed the culture of Scotland and how very unique it is! Now back in edinbrough it was time to say goodbye to this amazing tour and head back to the hostel (after making dinner plans with our new friends of ...
... on some beautiful walks along rivers and through woods, past lakes full of ducks. We even visited a memorial for a clan of Scottish people that were murdered many years ago because one of them was late for a meeting! Things must have been tough back then! Hopefully Mrs Dowling doesn't take on that method of dealing with the teachers if any of us are late for a ...
... to one lane. I'm getting quite good at these roads, but you really have to concentrate, and miss a lot of the scenery. After driving through some farmland, we arrived at Lochaline, for a twenty minute ferry trip across the Sound of Mull to Fishnish. We stopped in the car park there for some lunch, before carrying on to Tobermory, again along mainly one lane roads. Sometimes you get a bit assertive and make someone else reverse to a passing place, but it's hard to do that when it's ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed