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We arrived about 7pm after a very long journey but could not have been more pleased with our accommodation for the next week. Although the hot tub was not quite warm enough after a much needed drive (boo) we lit the fire and relaxed with a bottle of Laphroaig! I’ve never slept as well and spent many happy evenings, albeit cold * blustery, in the wonderful hot tub.
Our dalmation Charlie enjoyed our lovely walks around the area – around me head lord from Lithe Dorrie to Polbair – and up to Rieff – (very windy) – and beyond. We took a trip out to the old man of Stoer and walked from the lighthouse, get trip caught in a painful hail blizzard, and at last made it there and back to me car, being watched by amazed hightand Castle. I have back, nearly knocking over Red deer via Dunbeg and as the road began disappearing wonder snow, we were so glad to see the road signs for our home this week.
Fabulous area, fabulous accommodation, just off to me local pub for aur last meal, hopefully Scallops, and the final trip in me wonderful hot tub.
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Sat 21st – 28th February 2015 – Laura, Matt & Charlie the dalmation woof – Astley, Lancashire