Clachan Cottage Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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The days walk was a pleasure - meandering paths through very pretty agricultural land. I know some folk find this section boring but for me it was very storybook pretty and pleasurable. Tom and I stopped for coffee at Drumgoyne Farm (about 12kms into the day) and it is well set up for WHW traffic with loads of seating and pretty decent coffee - and best of all BUNNIES! Four happy fluffy bundles hopping around ...
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 CV joint to the drivers side. A really fun job.
We also fitted a new engine battery due to the old one giving up the ghost. We went for the best specification battery we could fit in the engine compartment.
We run it on 50:50 rapeseed oil and regular diesel. However; it is possible ...
... has no chance to be bored!
Nothing seems to slow her down -
It's good old Granny Brown!
We'd arranged with Grant and Tiff that we would go with them to do a tour of a local distillery so Bill and Steph minded the boys and we set off to do that. It was a great tour with a really informative and entertaining guide and we sampled a dram or two - or a wee hauf as it would be known in Scotland - that single malt stuff certainly ...
... The tour was led by a very knowledgeable young woman, who we know has a story of her own. The house(right below the castle) had an interesting history of how it became what it became amd I think we all came away with some knowledge about upper class households that we may not have had before (ask us sometime about why rich people tended to live high on hills).
Next we went two cities down the line ...