Stayed in a 10 bed dorm. It was surprisingly quiet. The common room was nice and typically had a wide variety of people. I tried two of their pre-frozen dinners, One was pretty good. Typically noisy in the kitchen in the AM. Only 2 toilets for 10 people but it seemed to work out. Make sure you bring ...
Food was delicious and staff were friendly. Room was comfortable.
This facility is a private house where you only have limited use of a small bedroom. There is no lounge available in which you could relax so one must stay within their room or if the weather is suitable go for a walk or perhaps after a long days drive get back in your vehicle. If you just want somewhere ...
Très bien dans une petite ville de campagne avec une très belle plage
il était tôt dans la saison et le restaurant n'était pas ouvert 12 avril Le bar située contre le restaurant était ouvert , il fallait sortir pour y accéder , mais la nourriture et le service était super.
The Scottish Highlands is a destination that is not to be missed for anyone touring Scotland, whether you’re in search of historical sites, great golf courses, or outdoor adventure. Visitors who book a hotel room in this remote, wild, and stunning region will quickly discover that it is truly unique, and offers the opportunity to hike to the peaks of mountains like Ben Nevis, play golf on world-class links like Royal Dornoch Golf Club, ski down the slopes of Aviemore, and even relax along gorgeous white sand beaches. If you’re after the best place to stay to maximise your exploration, consider the village of Lairg, which provides easy access to Inverness, Thurso, and Wick, and is a great jumping-off point for a trip into nature.
There are plenty of great mountains to hike during your visit to the Highlands, and Foinaven, a Marilyn that rises to nearly 1000 metres is certainly one of them. Found in the far northwest of the region, Foinaven is part of the Moine Thrust Belt, which also includes the Glencoul Thrust, and is made primarily of Precambrian gneiss, one of the oldest rocks on earth.
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