Whin Park Guest House

Address: 16 Douglas Street, Largs, North Ayrshire, Scotland, KA30 8PS, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 16 Douglas Street, Largs, is near Kelburn Castle and Country Centre and Vikingar!.
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    Travel Blogs from Largs

    Luss Day 2

    A travel blog entry by cdonaldson on Jun 10, 2014

    10 photos

    ... he was totally disoriented, so I pointed him back into the village. I went for another walk this evening, the sun was coming through clouds, and continually lighting different parts of the landscape. We had some rain again, I think we have had about four days in Scotland with no rain! Everyone keeps apologising! Most days it's not to bad, just showers every now and then, but our Kathmandu jackets are proving their ...

    The Buchanan Clan

    A travel blog entry by jackandsuallyn on Jul 06, 2013

    3 photos

    ... Whiskey and Cigar snug and turn in for the night, the Irish in me would say a little prayer as I tucked into bed that Jack would make his way back to Tommasi Amarone and not go knocking on the door of the only recognisable name, which also happened to be at the top of the stairs, Peter Lehmann, looking for a chat with the recently deceased winemaker! With our first taste of Scotland and the very desirable city of Glasgow we are now on the road to Edinburgh. Until next time, Su and ...

    I am off....

    A travel blog entry by peterward on Oct 28, 2012

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    ... round the world trip has definitely brought back some memories, especially those long 10 weeks or so carrying it with a broken rib through Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. It seemed easier this time, but I guess it's a bit lighter this time around, and I no longer have a broken rib, but I may not be saying that tomorrow after carrying it for 20 miles :-( My train journey today consisted of:- Watlington to Ely Ely to Peterborough Peterborough to York York to Glasgow Central ...

    Alex - Doug and his kids

    A travel blog entry by gennalex on Oct 04, 2010

    So Genna and I had a bit of a scare as to whether we'd be able to stay in Scotland recently. We weren’t writing anything until we knew for sure but it looks like we’ll be staying at this point to finish things out. It’ll of course leave me way more in debt and now to people who know exactly where I live but on the bright side, Scotland is fun and at least I don’t have to apply to any more schools this way.

    Anyway we did our first placements over ...

    The West Highland Way

    A travel blog entry by evelyncurry on Aug 09, 2010

    20 photos

    ... t really pass anybody. I had also expected the walk to be much more isolated. Most of the distance we covered was either in sight of the odd house or near a road. This was slightly disappointing as I resented those ambling along with tiny little backpacks, while we trudged along like Skeksis from Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal.

    We passed through fields, spending most of our day walking in forest. The muscles in my back began to hurt so much it was difficult ...