Bridge House Bed and Breakfast

14 Bridge Street, Dollar, Clackmannanshire, Scotland, FK14 7DE, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Dollar

FINALLY! We're in Scotland!

A travel blog entry by mccausland


... br> Train travel certainly is a painless way to get around the UK. Dave and I found it quite enjoyable. And we liked traveling first class as well. The scenery, for the most part, was beautiful with rolling green hills, small villages and farms and then along the coastline with some stunning ocean vistas.

When we found out we crossed into Scotland via train, we welcomed each other with a kiss. Finally, we're here! Arriving ...

Thoughts on setting off

A travel blog entry by ambleskramble


... aspects have kept me on UK soil. What results from this experience is a self preservatory institutionalisation. In order to cope with the frustration, and the loss of freedom I shrank my mind, accepted smaller boundaries, created a tiny world of bed, kitchen, and occasionally, when I had good energy, a trip to my Mum's to lie on her sofa for a change of scenery. Improvements have been made, I have learned that I can move to Scotland, I can just about ...

EXTRA!! Puff the M. D. and Co. Escpe Chldhood P.II

A travel blog entry by lilyface


... weekend prowling around graveyards. I like graveyards a little bit—some of you may know this about me. It's the history thing. And I find them peaceful. It's not a morbid thing, or an "I'm dark and interesting, look at me!" thing, it's just a thing. Anyhow, I spent extensive time first in St. Cuthbert's churchyard, and then in the Greyfriar's Kirkyard, which I will describe more in depth. St. Cuthbert's was more beautiful and serene, and had lovely views of the castle. ...


A travel blog entry by nikkiandgrant12

... and the bang scares the hell out of you...the Edinburough Castle is a unique experience....we spent most of a day there but it would take days to see it all. We jumped on the trusty "hop on....hop off" tour bus and went to the other end of the Royal Mile to the Holyrood Palace....this is where the royals went after they realised castles were cold and damp....this is where Queen Elizabeth stays when she is in Scotland...we walked ...

Stumble Upon Day part 4

A travel blog entry by steph.carter


It is very cool that the castle is in the middle of the city. It is on a hill so you can see the entire town, and Arthur's seat. Also you can always see it wherever you are in town. The castle is beautiful, i didnt get a tour guide but the parts I saw were still interesting. I think based on the map and the size of the buildings only about 10% is actually open to the public. I would love to sneak around the ropes and check out the rest :) it actually houses mostly ...


This B&B, located on 14 Bridge Street, Dollar, is near Castle Campbell and Kinross House Gardens.
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