? The superb Scottish Crannog
Centre takes visitors back 2,500 years to the Iron Age.
House on Loch Tay at Kenmore Indulge yourself at the Highland Chocolatier Shop The fairy tale Fonab castle hotel
JULY 9: Learn metalworking at a Bronze Age event at the Scottish Crannog
Centre on Loch Tay, Perthshire.
Sit on the pier and eat steamed langoustines from the kiosk, which also sells oak-roasted salmon.
A 25-minute drive north-west took us to the Scottish Crannog
Centre, situated on Loch Tay near Kenmore.
Arrow heads, pottery and ancient human remains have also been discovered at the crannog
- a kind of artificial island - which could date back more than 1,000 years.
Ond y tm mwyaf llwyddiannus, tase chi'n cyfri buddugoliaethau, yw Crannog
siwr o fod - ma' nhw 'di ennill bum gwaith falle chwech."
The era is different, however; the site, a sixth- and seventh-century example of a defensive lake dwelling known as Crannog
, is built around Craggaunowen Castle, which dates to the 16th century.
Welcome as the whisky was, my personal highlight from this leg of the visit was a trip to the Scottish Crannog
Centre at Kenmure on Loch Tay.
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And if you can't tell a croagh from a crannog
, this book will help you sort it out.
Another innovative organic brew is British Columbia-based Crannog
Ale, which is made with organic malt barley from Saskatchewan and German organic hops.
Unlikely characters bubble up into the plot, such as Oscar Wilde's father, who brings in the Irish version of the box-on-stilts, the Crannog
. The high point of the drama and analysis, is a close reading of LC's League of Nations and the book to go with it, Une Maison - Un Palais, 1928.
? The Isle of Spar on Loch Tay, main pic, and above, from left, luxury lodges; the Crannog
Centre, on safari, and Mains of Tay golf course Scottish Crannog
Centre, hailed one of the country's top heritage sites, you can discover what life was like 2,500 years ago.