Dinnet House

Address: Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB34 5LN, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in Aboyne, is near Ballater Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Aboyne

Edinburgh castle and St Andrews

A travel blog entry by lindeelee on Jun 03, 2015

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... hill (where I forget to look at the queens summer house) and buy a data sim for the ipad in the hope that I'll have access as not much else works!!! We bus it back to pick up the car and head for St Andrews. What a great town this is, could spend days here. We grab some lunch a quick tour then head out to the golf course. Gary goes off to explore the old course and I just wander. Its all very impressive, I head to the beach ...

Ticks, vomit and dead birds

A travel blog entry by daily4 on Jul 17, 2014

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... when I was drying one of the dog vomit covered blankets.

speaking of dog vomit, I turn my back ONE second and spotty gets into the trash and eats a hunk of bread. fast forward six hours later, waiting to see if a rain storm is going to clear (walk) and she trots in, gets on her little doggy bed and promptly chucks up grass, mucus and a mixture of everything else she's been hoovering up as of late. except the bread. where was the bread? after cleaning a few ...

Aberdeen: The gray city

A travel blog entry by faithstravels on Jun 08, 2011

8 photos

Apparently they are much stricter here in Scotland and have a lot more laws and rules(in my opinion outdated and fairly silly) than in The Netherlands. We talked a bit about it today, and I think it might be rooted in the fact that the British tend to be a bit more organized, formal and traditional. Regardless, I have inadvertently broken the following laws today:
1. I took pictures in a shopping center (bon accord center)
2. I took a picture of a police car ...

Scotland the Brave 2

A travel blog entry by maggot on May 16, 2011

2 comments, 24 photos

... 8211; scheduled for our final night in Scotland and the culmination of our walking week during the Ballater Walking Festival. As you will see dear reader, we did indeed hear the piping and it was a grand treat for us all.

But first, the day trip to Aviemore as promised.

I had only heard of Aviemore as a Scottish version of Perisher on a bad day: grey, windy, miserable with a penetrating damp cold that goes through to your bones. I imagined the ...

Scotland the Brave

A travel blog entry by maggot on May 12, 2011

2 comments, 26 photos

... went off gallivanting overnight in the other direction. The bus ride was extremely entertaining, sitting in front of two women who spent the entire 1 and a quarter hours of the trip ripping all their friends and neighbours to shreds- with one notable exception of an acquaintance who is very generous and makes wonderful plum jam! However the city itself did not excite us.

We didn’t have Rhonda with us to ensure that we were good tourists, so we wandered around ...