Ashbank Guest House

105 Main Street, Falkirk, Falkirk District, Scotland, FK2 9UQ, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 105 Main Street, Falkirk, is near Falkirk Wheel, Linlithgow Palace, Tomb of the Eagles, and Hoy Island.
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    Feat of Engineering

    A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Aug 07, 2014

    7 photos

    ... but just as we got there it cleared up and the warmth of the sun came through. The Falkirk Wheel came about through an ambitious £84.5 million Millennium Project with the objective of restoring navigability across Scotland on the Historic Forth & Clyde canals and the Union canals. A major problem was that the Forth & Clyde Canal was 35ft below the Union canal as the 11 locks which previously connected the ...

    Homestay Weekend and First Scottish Vball Game!

    A travel blog entry by jess416 on Feb 24, 2014

    15 photos

    ... game vs. Edinburgh Uni.
    I was a bit unprepared considering they call positions different names and the rotations are a bit different but I made it alright. I played the entirety of all 5 sets which was new to me since I never play back row (or "backcourt" as they call it here) and I usually don't serve often either but I am pleased to say that I only made about 1 or 2 serving errors (shouldn't have had any.. i know..) and hardly any passing errors. ...

    Full steam ahead

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 17, 2013

    10 photos

    ... gives us a view over the Forth until the train makes its way inland.

    We stop briefly at two stations. The first is Kinneil Station where we can get off for walks in the this weather? They must be joking! The second station is Birkhill - a very pretty station which, we are told, has been used as a film set on a number of occasions.

    From here we pass through two tunnels and over a viaduct before we finally arrive at Manuel Station. Here we get off, ...

    Stirling Castle

    A travel blog entry by mccausland on May 14, 2013

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... tour of how the upper and lower classes would have lived. Then we walked back down the hill into the town of Stirling, but first stopped at the Church of Holy Rude, to view what is the second oldest building in Stirling after the castle. Founded in 1129 during the reign of David I (1124 - 1153) as the parish church of Stirling. It is said to be the only church in the United Kingdom other than Westminster Abbey to have held a coronation and still be a living ...

    The Old and the New

    A travel blog entry by seacastle on May 08, 2013

    2 comments, 101 photos

    ... at Linlithgow. Oh well. So went to Edinburgh, got heavier jacket and hopped aboard the next train out in 15 minutes. Linlithgow was really an old little town. I loved it. Went to Linlithgow Palace, home of James I, III, IV, V and VI, as well as Queen Margaret (Tudor - daughter of Henry VII) who was married to King James IV. The courtyard fountain ...