The Old Mill B&B

Address: 54 Main Street, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, G67 2RX, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 54 Main Street, Cumbernauld, is near The Time Capsule, Drumpellier Country Park, Alexandra Park, and Alexandra Park Golf Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Cumbernauld

      Farewell to Scotland

      A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Aug 09, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... farm stop half way between Glasgow and Carlisle. Now we are heading for the border we will take with us many fond memories of Scotland. The natural beauty of the landscape, the lochs, the heather, the friendliness of the people, hanging baskets of flowers, and whiskey and shortbread - two of Geoff's favourite things! The ease of travel with the wider roads and the ability to freedom camp just add to ...

      Day 13

      A travel blog entry by jen105 on Jul 23, 2014

      22 photos

      ... ancestral home of the Duke of Atholl. We stopped briefly at a small stream as our tour guide was keen to give us a small taste of Scottish nature, a very tranquil area of bush with a tiny waterfall/rapid! Our next stop was the Highland resort town of Pitlochry, built on Victorian tourism and nestled amongst the mountains of Highland Perthshire. After Pitlochry, we continued south through the forests of Perthshire, famous as Macbeth country, and past Perth itself. Perth was ...


      A travel blog entry by stephmac on Jun 13, 2014

      4 comments, 15 photos

      ... were built from the 12th century. The buildings are some of the earliest high rise buildings. It is a bit hard to describe how it looks, but there is a lot of character in this part of town. I have walked around for hours just looking. I'll make sure to add a lot of photos. As the population grew within the old town, many were reluctant to live outside the town wall so they built up. At one point there were 80,000 people living within the old town. ...

      Final day in Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by miura09 on Aug 20, 2013

      5 photos

      ... their favourite swear word then everyone applauded for the next gig. I didn't really know what I would say and I didn't want to talk either. Nadzha turned around and said she was going to introduce herself as Nadia. I don't see the point for an alias here. No one knows us to begin with. My name is Japanese so unless they know my surname and have plenty of time on their hands, it'll be log search. There were 4 comedians, they weren't too bad. They were a lot better than the other ...

      Ghost Stories and Highlands

      A travel blog entry by lesliel on May 28, 2013

      24 photos

      ... 20 at the Robert Burns hotel paid me a visit. I had just finished washing my face and brushing my teeth and had tucked into bed. All of a sudden I heard the water running in the bathroom. I jumped up, heart pounding, went into the bathroom. The cold water tap was turned all the way on, water gushing everywhere. I immediately turned off the tap then turned it back on to see if there was an issue with it. It seemed to be working fine. I shut the taps off and tightened them ...