Clachan Cottage Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After breakfast went to see the Falkirk Wheel, very impressive taking boats, barges from one lock to another. Then went closer to Falkirk to see the Kelpies which are two huge statutes made of steel on a lock which is a story related to Scottish legend Back to Stirling to find laundermat with no success, walked and drove around and around. Back to b&b and quiet couple of ...
... which was causing me great concern as when I viewed it this morning teamed with my rag bag attire I was very concerned that I would be mistaken for a stowaway bag lady and deposited ashore! So I took myself off upstairs to the very swanky hairdressing salon and explained that I needed to have my copper coloured locks restored. I am now sporting a very vivid shade of red which is fine as I feel it will distract my fellow passengers from checking out my rapidly expanding ...
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 ...
... and he confiscated his lands and cattle.
Rob then rented land in Glen Dochart from his mother’s cousin John Campbell, the Earl of Breadalbane, (who earlier in 1703 had been made the 2nd Duke of Argyle’) a political enemy of Montrose. Argyle, who we assume knew that Rob was a Jacobite sympathiser, was prepared to turn a blind eye as Rob wreaked his revenge on Montrose by raiding his lands. Montrose however did manage ...
... and killed still haunt the castle to this day. We couldn't find those standing stones (we did search for them) but we spent some time at the castle soaking up the eerie atmosphere. Stirling Castle stands over the site of two famous battles in Scottish history: Stirling Bridge, where William Wallace defeated the English in 1297 (think of Braveheart) and Bannockburn where Robert the Bruce defeated Edward II in 1314. The ...