The Elms

2 Seafield Place, Cullen, Moray, Scotland, AB56 4UU, United Kingdom | B&B
Prices starting from $82.00

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Our Last Day in Scotland

A travel blog entry by matt_terry_173


... take a few pics. Then on to Hopeman where we were shown a real links golf course, the village was quite pretty, the buildings are so different to Devon. The East coast is lovely, green rolling hills. We carried onto Speyside Cooperage, we hadn't been to a cooperage before and it was quite interesting watching the men working on the different kegs, before we had the tour there was a short film to watch. After we went and had a ...

What a great Day

A travel blog entry by matt_terry_173


... never seen so many pipers (160 bands) in one place before. The morning started out a bit drizzley but it fined up to be a lovely warm day. There were thousands of people there and lots of stalls. We stayed for the grand parade but it was getting a bit cool so we didn't stay for the presentations.
The park gardens were just as lovely as the last time we were ...

Day 32: Peterhead day 22

A travel blog entry by inhissteps


... of he videos. The guys with the funny black hats are from Norway! It was a Great evening! So we waded back home stopping at a beach and enjoying the scenery for a few min. We then headed to bullers of buchan ( beautiful cliffs only a few min. From the sheets house), slains castle (ruined castle near the bullers of buchan), and boddam lighthouse before heading back home to get some ...


A travel blog entry by simoncole


Another nice few hours at sea, but only enough wind for a little bit of sailing. The rest was on the engines. For 10 minutes we were accompanied by several dolphins. They are larger in these parts due to the extra layer of blubber they carry for thermal insulation. Fortunately my own round the world blubber has proven sufficient.


Day 37

A travel blog entry by bigadventure14


Yesterday we drove from Loch Ness to Turriff to visit and stay at Delgatie Castle. Parts of the castle are nearly 1000 years old. Mary Queen of Scots spent 3 nights here and more recently in the early1800's it was home and work place as a gardener for Thomas Henderson (a direct descendant of my "Craig's" mums family). It had one of the most impressive gardens in Scotland and was at one time managed by a gardener who was second in charge of gardening at Buckingham Palace brought ...

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