Thank you, Alison & Craig for a wonderful stay. The Lodge is beautiful , warm and inviting.
We cannot wait to come back, we have had a wonderful week exploring and what a way to spend our first week in Scotland !! The views are out of this world, we had no bad experiences, even on rainy days.
We visited Glen Coe, Fort William, Ben Nevis and all the surrounding Loch Lomond areas.
We visited Glasgow for one night, just do not want to go home, our next trip will be for a longer period for sure!!
An excellent base to travel from.
Hope to see you soon
Mark & Eselle
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