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Elle
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Post by Elle » Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:19 am

I can't stand being cold and use a down sleeping bag in summer!

I've been reviewing a few B&Bs within easy reach of the ABR campsite.
Found a few self-catering cottages too.
Wondered if anyone would be interested in sharing the cost if we find a place that sleeps 4+
It'll be for both the Friday and Saturday nights

Elle :)
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Re: B&B

Post by Rif Raf » Sun Sep 30, 2012 2:43 pm

Sound good, I'm up for sharing please

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Re: B&B

Post by MHsnowy » Mon Oct 01, 2012 12:13 pm

There is a pub not far away that has a bunkhouse which I think is about £14 per person per night which also has full kitchen facilities if you fancy doing your own cooking.

I'll try and find the name if you are interested. It's something like the the royal oak...

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Re: B&B

Post by Phil » Mon Oct 01, 2012 1:48 pm

i could be interested in a near by B&B...one with decent bike parking would be nice

If anyone knows of any could they please post? (i dont know the area)

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Re: B&B

Post by Rif Raf » Mon Oct 01, 2012 3:04 pm

Booked into the Royal Oak for the two nights

thanks for the info sounds great

Royal Oak speak to Tom tel:0129883288

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Re: B&B

Post by angusyoung » Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:45 pm

Hi Elle I would be interested in b and b thanks

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Re: B&B

Post by Lairyskippy » Tue Oct 02, 2012 9:30 am

Rif Raf wrote:Booked into the Royal Oak for the two nights

thanks for the info sounds great

Royal Oak speak to Tom tel:0129883288
I can vouch for the food, beer and service in the Royal Oak (no personal interest!) There will be about 10 of us eating there on the Saturday night so I hope you like a bit of noise!! :woohoo:

I've also stayed in the bunkhouse and its fine too; to get to the showers/toliets you have to come out of the barn at the top and down the stairs as the facilities are underneath the sleeping/kitchen accommodation.......always nice if you need a middle-of-the-night slash, especially if its snowing like it was the last time I stayed :P

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Re: B&B

Post by Rif Raf » Tue Oct 02, 2012 4:35 pm

I can vouch for the food, beer and service in the Royal Oak (no personal interest!) There will be about 10 of us eating there on the Saturday night so I hope you like a bit of noise!! :woohoo:



Booked in to eat on Saturday too, hope you don't mind if I join your noisy group!!!

Booked into the bunk house, £13 a night, what a bargain. Would have camped but after nearly being blown away in Ullapool I'm playing it safe, getting soft in my older years

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Re: B&B

Post by Lairyskippy » Tue Oct 02, 2012 4:53 pm

More than welcome Rif Raf, bring beer tokens :P

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Re: B&B

Post by Elle » Tue Oct 02, 2012 7:09 pm

thanks for the tip about the Royal Oak - looks a good option :cheer:

Lairy - you staying there too or just dining?
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