The Elms

Address: 2 Seafield Place, Cullen, Moray, Scotland, AB56 4UU, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Cullen

On the Beach

A travel blog entry by footloose-too on Aug 03, 2015

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... to the estuary resulted in all that disappearing a long time ago. The tide was out so we walked along the estuary shore until it met the beach proper. We could see seals across the entrance to the estuary but when we tried to walk across the wet sand, it became quicksand and it seemed to us to be too foolhardy to press on. Naturally we had forgotten to take ...

West coast to east Coast of Scotland

A travel blog entry by footloose-too on Aug 02, 2015

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... our steps to the Corran Ferry then up the Great Glen vis Fort William turning west at Glen Garry. Or we can go round the coast of Moidart and get to Fort William via Loch Eil. We decide on this latter route as its a beautiful day and the route is more scenic. It also goes past the Glen Finnan Monument to the '45 Jacobite Rebellion where Bonnie Prince Charlie raised his standard to muster the clans. Doris, the ...

The Highland Games Have Arrived

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Jul 25, 2015

... There were something like 17 different pipe bands that we playing together, and they marched down the road to the football ground. We ended up at the stadium and the games were just starting. It was unlike anything we have ever seen with some fascinating events. There were regular athletic events, like the 200m and 400m run, long jump, high jump etc. these were done by the lights. The heavies did lots of ...

Dreams Come True

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Jul 24, 2015

... at Glenfiddich to ease Adam's nerves about tours being sold out. There ended up being a tour starting soon after we arrived so we decided to see the distillery today. It was a great tour. It started with a video explaining the distillery and how it is still owned by the family. We then went on a guided tour, by a great tour guide, through the distillery. We ended in a tasting room where we ...

A Land Named Moray

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 19, 2015

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... Britain. The Fort, including a museum of the Queen’s Own Highlanders military division, was included on my Historic Scotland membership even though it still functions as a military base. It looks quite a lot like historic military forts elsewhere in the world including the U.S. After a pleasant respite of three or four hours of mixed clouds and sun the wet moved in again to rain on my parade ground at Fort George. That’s Scotland summer for ...