Peggyslea Farm House

Address: Peggyslea Farm, Nine Mile Burn, Midlothian, Scotland, EH26 9LX, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Peggyslea Farm, Nine Mile Burn, is near Edinburgh Crystal Visitor Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Nine Mile Burn

    London and Pre-contiki

    A travel blog entry by victoriatravels on Jul 02, 2015

    ... to the london dungeons. the queue felt like it ran forever. we couldnt take photos inside, for starters it was too dark and secondly we werent allowed which was a bit lousy. all along the walls they had chains and shackles and doors would shame and pre recorded screams would echo down the passage. finally we went inside and the actors were all dressed up and performed really well, with accents and everything. the dungeons took you on a tour through time of ...

    Kilts and castles - museums and more!

    A travel blog entry by gerryu on Jun 02, 2015

    25 photos

    Today we met as a group to walk through the older sections of Edinburgh which includes New Town and Old Town areas around Edinburgh Castle. The "New Town" section of town is from the late 1700's through the mid-1800's. The "Old Town" section dates back to the 15th century and before. This city is spooky old. The New Town section featured the latest in modern living - straight streets set in rectangular blocks, running water, fireplaces inside ...

    South Wales

    A travel blog entry by traveldons on May 30, 2015

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... another lesson in the history of Wales and equally fascinating.

    We tried to balance our time here with the weather playing its part, so we headed to Swansea on Monday in the hope of finer days for the more scenic bits. Swansea of course has been a popular summer holiday destination for many years, so the foreshore is lined with many guest houses and holiday lets. The beach has wide sands and of course a long pier. At Port Eynon Bay we battled the strong ...

    A little bit of everything

    A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 14, 2014

    8 photos

    ... pubs and shops, most of which were not open yet. As you get to the bottom of the street you are directly In front of the palace. This is the place that the monarch of Scotland lives. Because Scotland's monarch is the royal family, it is whenever they are in town. Luckily for me they weren't. I didn't take the tour for a few reasons, one I didn't have enough time and two I've heard it was kind of boring, if you've seen one palace you've seen them all. Not sure I believe ...

    The old town

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... everyone of all different ages and backgrounds was enjoying it Down the street further we saw magic tricks, some acrobatic roller blading and plenty of bagpipes. Taking shortcuts through narrow cobbled alleyways we found the royal mile, still crowded with tourists, and walked our way down it. The evening light was perfect and the mood was energetic even on a Sunday. As I write this in bed in my hostel tom jones is ...