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Only poets are capable of praising the delights of the Loch Broom Lodge and its surrounding countryside using the loftiest words of poetry. The timeless aspect of this lodge is that, you can just lay back in the hotel and enjoy yourself to the Tee with loved ones or you can go out into the Scottish Highlands and soak in the scenic beauty which abounds in plenty. But why should you choose Loch Broom over the other lodges present in this region? The reason is clear and simple- Loch broom lodge is a large and versatile building with an east and a west wing: ideal accommodation for large gatherings yet thanks to its unique layout, fully adaptable for 2 smaller parties as and when required.

Newton lodge is located in the picturesque village of Quinag, between the twin delights of the mountain and the sea. In fact there is something for everyone! This lodge has the dubious distinction of having a resident’s license for wines or spirits. The rooms are well furnished with all the modern amenities and as such there are both double and single bedded rooms with en-suite features. The dining room serves a sumptuous breakfast consisting of a traditional meal or cereals like kippers. The lounge area in the conservatory is the perfect spot to hang out with a glass of vintage wine or a cup of freshly brewed coffee.

The Polcraig guest house is centrally located in the much-loved tourist destination of Lochinver. Lochinver is a major attraction for bird lovers, photographers, professional as well as amateur anglers, hill walkers, trekkers or even those people who just love to spend an idyllic time in a serene and beautiful countryside.  The guest house is locally run by Cathel Mcleod and his family, and it has 6 very comfortable en-suite bedrooms, 3 twins and 3 doubles. Each room is equipped with a tea/coffee welcome tray, colour TV, and hair dryer, and all en-suite areas have excellent showers (no baths), electric shaving points, vanity mirrors, wash basins, and toilets. All of the usual toiletries are provided for guests use.

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Vincent van Gogh is my favorite painter.  I love his paintings especially the ones he produced while in the south of France
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At the geographical heart of mainland Europe, Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic have witnessed a huge surge in visitor numbers since the end of Communism in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
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