Heriott Park Guest House

Address: 256 Ferry Rd., Edinburgh, Scotland, EH5 3AN, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Leith area of Edinburgh, is near Real Mary King's Close, Royal Botanic Garden, Leith, and The West Lothian Golf Club.
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    Scotland in September-Loving it!!

    A travel blog entry by bronjack on Sep 15, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... magnificent Elgin Cathedral, built in the 1200's then destroyed in the protestant reformation. We ended the day in glorious sunshine on the coast just near Spey Bay, where we camped by the beach.

    We spent a very enjoyable few hours at the Dolphin and Wildlife Research Centre nearby, as large pods of dolphins inhabit the bay. We then continued on along the spectacular coastline, passing through the villages of Buckle, Cullen and finally arriving ...

    The Zoo

    A travel blog entry by infinitytheatre on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... and caught the Airlink Bus to the Zoo, it ended up being much cheaper than we anticipated. We arrived there after a 15 minute ride and were greeted by Lauren, a volunteer. She escorted us to a lawn area, where we were to perform. I whipped out my new loud amp and the kids delivered a very good performance to all the people in the surrounding area and we handed out our flyers, buttons, bracelets to all. Smiles all over!!!

    We then proceeded to walk ...


    A travel blog entry by ctolle on May 31, 2014

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    ... it. The first bite I had wasn't the best, but eventually I found myself digging in a bit and mixing it up with neeps and tatties! It was kind of like a Shepherd's pie. Honestly, it was gross to think about it, but I would eat it again and couldn't help thinking about how good it would taste as a beef taco (I'm still missing Mexican food in case you couldn't tell...).

    Overall, Scotland was oodles and oodles of fun and I would LOVE to go back.


    Land of Bagpipes and Kilts

    A travel blog entry by jacquikevin on May 24, 2014

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    ... and sweet! After lunch we continued up the coast, which was a lovely drive, rolling hills with sheep and cattle and some fields planted with various grains. We passed through numerous small villages and towns most of granite stone construction. The countryside is scattered with ruins of castles, cathedrals and fortress’s etc., so many small hamlets full of history that if you were to stop to view them all you would ...

    I'm in Scotland! Land of Bagpipes & Haggis!

    A travel blog entry by vacationista on Oct 07, 2013

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    ... you get back from exploring the grass district, make sure you pay a visit to Edinburgh castle. Such a beautiful building full of history, walk the cobbled hills and see the old cannons that protected Queen Victoria and the dog cemetery for the castle guards' many pups that died throughout the centuries. The views of the city are spectacular over the brick walls. If you are a major history buff, you can purchase an audio guide to take you through the rooms and ...