We have had a lovely week here, cottage was ideal (Glenfruin Lodge), very cosy and well equipped.
Not surprisingly the weather wasn’t always on our side but a few recommendations:
– walk up Conic Hill – lovely views at the top even with a bit of rain and lots of wind.
– Three Loch forest drive – very picturesque.
– Loch Lomond sea life aquarium for a rainy day.
– Scalpsie bay on the Isle of Bute to see a seal colony – beautiful island.
– Pucks Glen for a gorgeous gorge walk.
Also strongly recommend Fruin Farm (opposite) for dinner, lovely food, great owners and staff. Very accommodating of a noisy 9 month old.
A thoroughly enjoyable week, we will be back to explore more…
Liz, James & Hugs – Worcestershire
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