Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Glencoe is absolutely enchanting at the moment - when the sun shines.

Glencoe is absolutely brilliant at the moment. This is the new Glencoe skiing centre, about 20 minutes from the cottage. The skiing there is stunning, let's hope it lasts through until April.

We had a lovely couple stay at the cottage last week. She bought the break for him as a present, and he went on a photography course run by Dmitri. I think there is a touch of true love involved there, don't you? How many wives would be happy to stick around alone on holiday while their husbands slope off up to their knees in mud alongside the River Etive, and then moon about in the Moor of Rannoch photographing stuff?
Thank you Jackie and Martin.
Hi, John and Gillian,
Just got back from a lovely relaxing weekend at your delightful cottage. We had a great time discovering how beautiful it is up there! Martin enjoyed the photography course despite the rain! We flew Bristol to Inverness and the drive down and back was so beautiful along Loch Ness. It was also great to see Ben Nevis today - even though the top was covered in cloud. We went to the Climbers Bar in Glencoe on Saturday - was a fantastic evening - especially enjoyed the Veggie Haggis!    "
One third off Glencoe Winter Walking and Skiing breaks in February.
We are offering one-third off the price of our short breaks in February, but only to the visitors to this blog site. So you need to email us, and put "one third off" in the subject line and then we know you qualify. Go to this page and email us from there. You can see prices and availability there.

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