The Elms

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

The Argo Ancestors and More!

A travel blog entry by inkiara on Aug 28, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

We had some buttries for breakfast and then we sat in the conservatory chatting. Auntie Bab's friend Mary called over to say hello. Then Nicola and Gerard arrived. We then had some lunch at about 2, some bbq chicken with some vegetables. Auntie Babs and Bob have their main meal during the day. It was decided that Auntie Babs and Bob would lead the way to New Pitsligo as they knew what was what! Thank goodness that they did because we would have ...

Gamrie Bay CCCL Site

A travel blog entry by ptuffin on Sep 15, 2014

3 photos

Our 3rd Night at our friends site just out side of Gardenstown Scotland. Mr and Mrs L and M Watt Gamrie Bay CL Site Easter Cushnie Gamrie Gardenstown AB45 3HT Telephone: 01261 851475; 07811 595324 Email: Website: A small but very tidy site with fully serviced pitches. Great to meet up with our friends and also had a lovely walk into Gardenstown via the coast as per the attached ...


A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Aug 02, 2013

It was a peculiar affair with Ricardo and, to be frank, the ending was so oddly tragic that I ended up blotting considerable chunks from my mind. For the purpose of not jack-knifing this story to a confusing end however, I'll dredge up the blotted bits for a bit of re-assembling... could be closure!

We met at Scaletto, the bar that Liam was destined to drain of coffee throughout his stay and I have to say that my initial thought was, oh dear.

Belen had ...


A travel blog entry by hazel.leslie on Sep 16, 2011

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... our Vodafone stick so we have to use the service at the Buckie library. We hope access will be better near Inverness.
We have driven and walked around a few of the coastal villages, starting out fine but ending up damp. Cullen was one such place where we were dripping by the time we got back to the car. I took the opportunity to park on the wrong side of the road like the locals, a novelty for me. Another day we drove to McDuff where Alison ...

Skink and Bassets

A travel blog entry by 35mph on May 30, 2011


... do?) The one I really wanted is called That's a Good Dog published in 1953. It has descriptions of various types of dog and used the most fantastic language. On the Basset it has this to say:

The Basset is a true hound with a lineage that rolls proudly back into history like the note of a silver trumpet echoing through the corridors of time.

A Basset is essentially a working dog and not a ...