Sunday, November 02, 2008
Most e-mails we get are lovely, none are nasty, but some are exceptionally kind. Thanks, Phil, we did appreciate it.
For December, click on the heading to this blog and you will go through to the web site.
What can I say but thanks? Sounds a little understated for having had such a fabulous week.
Cottage was lovely, everything you could ask for and in such a beautiful setting.
Weather was good, dry in the main, warm on occasions, odd shower and only one grey miserable day, but hey, when you are up there it really doesn't matter.
Found the Holly Tree to be lovely - good food, good atmosphere, friendly staff. Cafe at Stalker castle, just shaded it for the coffee and carrot cake in my book.
Week went so quick, needed anyother two at least to do what we wanted to do and we did plenty as it is. Had no problems all week, it really was superb By all means you can use the comments. I could have gone on for pages about it.
From as far back as I can recall, whilst I love holidays and travelling abroad, it is always nice to get back home. On this occasion, it felt like we were leaving a home. We've never felt so relaxed, comfortable and happy anywhere.
Perhaps it's released the deep hidden scottish/irish genes within me!!
Take care. Hope you are both okay
Many thanks and best wishes and you may not have heard the last of us......
Here are some useful links for you.
New website to help find holiday accommodation in the West Coast, Oban and Fort William areas
Last minute, short breaks, in Scotland, owners sites direct
Tourist and visitor information, this is the biggest Glencoe information site, hotel and cottage accommodation
Events in Glencoe Appin Lochaber Oban and Ballachulish
Find the best Scottish holiday cottages on the internet
Cut the costs of your holidays
Cheap travel in scotland
Scotlands weather misconceptions
Rain in scotland
Summer weather in Scotland
Autumn weather in Scotland
Winter weather in Scotland
Spring weather in Scotland
Facts about self catering holidays
Advice on driving in Scotland