Caledon House

32 Gillespie Rd., Edinburgh, Scotland, EH13 ONN, United Kingdom | B&B
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UK to Scotland

A travel blog entry by sarahandrich


... arrived back to site, we plugged in our new power cable which we padlocked to the van and with the sun shining, we had a climb down to the beach, by climb I mean over some big rocks to get to the sand and clean looking waves. We had a lovely climb round on the rocks, had a paddle, took some selfies and headed back for Rich to make us shepards pie in which I have just recently consumed and thoroughly enjoyed �� yummy. Im shortly going to go for a shower and we plan on ...

First day in Scotland!

A travel blog entry by lillysch


... us to sightsee in the downtown part of Edinburgh. While we were driving to downtown Edinburgh, we saw the Edinburgh Castle, which sits upon a tall hill and is made from stone. I took a lot of pictures today! We also saw an old tower, an observatory, and a half completed temple. Edinburgh contains many beautiful views and tons of great shops! We had 50 minutes of free time to ...

Fort William and Glen Nevis

A travel blog entry by debrahuntley

... back I saw a couple of small herds of hairy coos, the ones with the long fringes, I have been looking out for these for days. That night we went to a pub for dinner and I had Cullen skink which is a haddock and leek chowder, delicious . Also a venison roast. And some Laphroig. I have introduced Susan to the smoky whiskies which she loves, and Judy to Talisker which she really ...

Being Mom

A travel blog entry by britanne


... the tourist map, there's the Elephant Cafe on there with the description as the cafe JK Rowling wrote Harry Potter. Well that explains a lot as to why the city looks like Hogwarts. Then we went to The Edinburgh Dungeon. We thought it was going to be a museum about the murders and the types of torturing devices they used to use on people. Boy were we wrong! It was an entire experience with role playing, people dressed up, ...

Museum Day

A travel blog entry by seacastle


... few hours, it was time for a break from all that concentrated energy, so I went to the Childhood Museum. That was a delightful, fun place. Loved the trains of course, but also the optical and musical instruments. Next was the John Knox (of Reformation fame/infamy) House - now that was really neat. It is an old house with ...


This B&B, located in the Colinton area of Edinburgh, is near Edinburgh Zoo, Gorgie City Farm, Murrayfield Ice Rink, and Torphin Hill Golf Club.
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