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Clan Macrae

CLAN MACRAE : SCOTTISH CLANS – Rooms 101 MacRae History: The name MacRae or the gaelic 'McRath' is understood to mean 'son of grace' and is commonly thought to be of ecclesiastical origin. The clan name first appears in the district of Beauly in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries but within one hundred years they had migrated to Kintail in…

Clan MacDonald

CLAN MACDONALD : SCOTTISH CLANS – Rooms 103 MacDonald History: Magnus Barefoot, the King of Norway, sailed across the North Sea in 1098 to re-establish his country’s power in Celtic lands. He made an agreement with Edgar, King of Scots, that he would settle for all the islands of the west coast he could reach whilst his boat’s rudder was…

Clan Campbell

CLAN CAMPBELL : SCOTTISH CLANS – Rooms 102 Campbell History According to legend the first ancestor of the Cambells appears in the eleventh or twelfth Century , Smevie or Mervvn, son of Arthur, who became known as ‘the Wildman of the Woods’. A name given probably to acknowledge him as a great hunter. Some say he was the son of…

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“First visit to Glasgow”

We have just returned from a 3 night 4 day break at the Argyll.We can not praise this hotel enough. On entering we were greeted by very friendly reception staff. Our room a double was very clean and tidy. The breakfast was wonderful and a member of staff Linda couldn’t do enough.We could order the eggs we wanted and nothing was to much trouble.We would definitely recommend this hotel.

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