Cloudless skies, deep blue water, gentle breezes…

… welcome to spring on the west coast of Scotland!

We’ve come to an utterly gorgeous holiday house on the Knoydart peninsula, described by The Independent as Britain’s last wilderness, with a group of friends and we’re having a fabulous time.  We thought that the cottage – which makes some bold claims on its website – might not be all that but it’s perfect (apart from some disconcerting place mats with photos of deerstalking).  Last Easter the weather was so fabulous that we were congratulating ourselves on our choice of booking dates (this place is so popular we had to book it 18 months ago) but the dreadful weather in recent weeks meant that we wondered whether we’d even make it there across Rannoch Moor and Glencoe through the blizzards but we’ve arrived to find weather like this:

View from our bed at Knoydart

That’s the view from our bed. That was on Friday; today those clouds have all vanished…

 

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2 Responses to Cloudless skies, deep blue water, gentle breezes…

  1. kelly says:

    that view is STUNNING. absolutely gorgeous.