Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa & Golf
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa & Golf
TripAdvisor Reviews Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa & Golf Benderloch
Travel Blogs from Benderloch
5/9/2014. Friday We have just reached Oban. This is a very pretty little town. We left the hotel rather earlier than needed- that's me being anxious to not miss the train! We had to sit at the station & watch the board saying which trains were going for ...
... the city some more and then had to go on the road again, Northbound. We did a stop in Moffat, the name known to my fellow Sherlock-fans, had some lunch there and onwards we went. We had to reach a B&B in Arrochar and decided to take a scenic drive off the highways... Not realising in time it meant we'd also drive on small roads straight through Glasgow instead of the main roads around the city... That was a change of scenery! At about 4pm we reach Arrochar. Our B&B ...
... back to Oban. The bus journey was once again, great. The driver kept me awake by his excellent humour. We arrived at the ferry terminal only to find our ferry back was still in Oban and was running over an hour late! We were really cold and tired by this point. We eventually made it back to land with the sun shining in Oban. On this night we were due to begin our drive down to Glasgow, but loved our wild camping spot so much we decided to stay there a third ...
... Glen, an area containing several very important Neolithic monuments, with a Museum of Ancient Sites nearby, so we thought that might be an interesting thing to do. But first, we planned to go along a nearby road marked as being scenic on our map, to find somewhere to have our late lunch (having been able to buy bread and butter to go with our cheese and tomatoes at the petrol station.)
It so happened that our planned route followed the line ...
... sort of cattle the Fletchers drove. Although I suspect our ones had risen to become farmers (tacksmen who employed others) and that they organised rather than actually drove.
There were lots of sheep entries, none of them like our breeds, although it was the Cheviot which took over the hills after the clearances. They are making great efforts to preserve the old Hebridean breed. There were some there, but I didn’t pick out which ones they were. I also ...