Clachan Cottage Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Glen Coe, Glen Nevis, Culloden Battlefield, Pitlochry and more....... We found some of the best hiking with breathtaking scenes while hiking in Glen Coe (Glencoe) and Ben Nevis. We made two 4 hour hikes over two days. In Glen Coe we hiked the "Lost Valley Trail". In places it was quite steep and required a good deal of climbing over rock outcroppings. At one point we had to ford a stream, hopping over rocks from ...
... to settle for a few amazing photos to capture the sight (which they did) fairly long drive to Fort William where we stayed ON in BB.Didn't arrive till very late so ventured out in the evening to pleasant city. Found delicious dinner and recanted the exploits of the day over a wine,.The entire restaurant thought we were drunk. had amiable frenzy until midnight AGAIN. seems we are putting in 18 hour days and surviving on little sleep and until tomorrow ...
... leftovers from their freezer and we all had tea at mums. By 9pm I was ready for bed.
I didn't have too bad a night apart from driving Craig crazy with my sniffs and snuffles - just wait till it's his turn!! By this morning the constant pain in my throat was much improved and its only when I cough it feels like I'm trying to bring up a razor blade, and my nose is running a bit too.
It was a pleasant morning in Ballater, and although cold outside to begin with, there was promise of warmer weather ahead. Cooked breakfasts had been starting to get a bit ho-hum and slow us down, but David decided that he had better seize the opportunity while it was still there, and ordered smoked haddock with poached eggs – a good choice!
When we left the hotel, we first undertook a brief drive around Ballater, so that we knew ...
... the largest pies and cakes known to man… in this emporium I couldn’t resist a rather chocolatly looking mega Chocolate éclair to finish on what was called a "gammon roll". This éclair could not be physically carried with a single hand and I could only manage slightly less than half washed down with the obligatory can of Iron Bru…
We passed the ourskirts of Glasgow, through Airdrie… even though we had now broken into ...