Clachan Cottage Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to the top of the tower (more fabulous views of the Forth Valley) and saw Wallace's broadsword: a whopping 1.68 metres tall. He must have been a strapping chap to have lifted (let alone fought with) the thing!
Our overnight stop tonight is a caravan park not far from the monument. Jo's son Ryan (who has lived over here for about 6 years) has joined us for a week; it's great to see him ...
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 ...
... On the road again and through Callander, back along through Port of Menteith and then headed in the direction of home but turning off into the village of Gartmore and coming back across the Old Gartmore road into Drymen.
At night Linda and Frank came up to Mum's and we scoffed some of the delicious left overs from the past few days for tea. Then we adjourned downstairs to watch a taped episode of Mrs Brown's boys. Grant, Tiff and the boys called in - they ...
... coast to coast! Stopped at the border and met our first bag piper and then the Jedburgh woolen mill where there were owls to hold out the front!! Went on to our hotel at Airth castle and out to a Scottish show and dinner, in Edinburgh bagpipes, fiddles, piano accordion and Scottish songs! Was a great night! Oh and we tried ...
All todays adventures are in places I either can't remember the name of, or aren't coming up on the map (and I can't pin point locations using my phone), so this post will be all in one. First we headed to a castle (can't remember name) where a lot of the Monty Python Holy Grail movie was filmed! Pretty cool ruin. Then headed to some hairy coos! (hairy cows; highland cattle), Hamish and ...