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I'm writing about the part south of Campbeltown here, going from Campbeltown to Southend. This is a trip that, even if it's only some 30 miles or so, you should plan several hours. The charm is to take the small roads, the sideways, not the...More
An Ceardach Gardens Kintyre are, quite simply, stunning in every aspect. A labour of love by a wonderful couple who have created the whole garden by hand, it is truly delightful. Begin at the top and wend your way along the network of paths with...More
We travelled from Loch Lomond down the west coast of the Mull of Kintyre & were totally blown away by the views etc. We stopped at several little bays on the journey & at one point we were stood only several yards from wild seals...More
We’ve had and glorious weather on our trip and chose to travel the 250 mile trip from our base to the Mull. We took a picnic and walking boots. We had read the reviews and we’re worried about the single track road. We did it...More
We sailed round the Mull last Tuesday and saw the Lighthouse in all its glory. Next day we hired a car in Campbeltown - from Campbeltown Motors who were excellent, new car, friendly service, and good price - and went to see from the land,...More
Nothing... What a complete waste of time. You travel for miles on a single track road. You get there and there is a gate which stops you going anywhere with the car. So you start to walk down the hill, and walk and you get...More
The Mull of Kintyre in Scotland is an absolutely fascinating place, with stunning views and a steep climb to the old lighthouse. It is a truly one of a kind place.
The drive to the car park can be a bit of a challenge, considering...More