Redshill Bed & Breakfast and Self Catering Accommodation

The Old Farmhouse, Redshill Farm, Gifford, East Lothian, Scotland, EH41 4JN, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on The Old Farmhouse, Redshill Farm, Gifford, is near Nungate Bridge.
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Be Prepared!!!

A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 10, 2014

Apparently there was a hurricane that hit Canada and what ever was left hit us today. It started raining early on and never really stopped all day. You would think I would have learned something from being a Boy Scout, "Be Prepared" is what I was taught. Maybe my many experiences traveling around Europe or my own country would have taught me these lessons...well somehow I forgot. It might have been because I was working up until the minute I left for ...

Just zoo it!!

A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 05, 2014

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... to our performance space. A lawn outside a food court ( which was closed) and in front of a garden that nobody was at. A real prime place to advertise a show. The set went over well for the few people watching. We can't really gage how many of these people will be going to the fringe festival, but you never know. We met a lot of families and hope they decide to come. At the end of the performance we had about 1hr and 15 minutes to look ...


A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jun 27, 2014

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... What catches my eye more than the gleam of gold from the sceptre and crown is a drab looking stone: the stone of destiny. It's a carved rectangular stone that the kings of Scotland and all the monarchs of England have under their throne which which they are crowned. Although it appears as only a rock it's significance is fascinating. We explore the city byway of the hop on hop off bus. The city streets are crowded with tourists and residents alike. ...


A travel blog entry by cath13 on Aug 15, 2013

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... see photos. We then went into Holyrood palace, the queens official Scottish residence. We got to wander around it and visit the state rooms. We then headed ack up the Mile, this time visiting shops on the opposite side. Once closer to the castle things to much busier with the fringe festival, advertising, street performers, stalls etc. We collected our tickets for our festival show tomorrow night ...

St. Giles' Cathedral

A travel blog entry by eric.suzy on Jul 29, 2013

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... Knights and Ladies of the Thistle, usually prominent Scots or members of the Royal Family. There is an overwhelming amount of detail in this small chapel, but it may be best known for its angels playing musical instruments and for the animals carved on the armrests between the chairs.

It is believed that King David founded St. Giles' during the early years of his reign, around 1124. The church ...