Whin Park Guest House

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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    Long, but gorgeous drive

    A travel blog entry by joycastillo3 on Jul 18, 2013

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    ... room for sheep). Compasses are useless in the Cuillen Mountains due to some strange geological aspect of the mountains-or magic.
    Our first detour began soon after crossing the bridge from Skye to Kyle of Lochalsh. We headed through Glen Shiel toward "palindromic Glenelg", where there were two 2000+ year old "brochs" (old fort-houses). The roads were treacherous, and much of the time we drove through pea-soup mist. Still, it was a ...

    Business trippin'

    A travel blog entry by alessandro.dh on Mar 06, 2013

    ... pretty nervous. Not that it was my first trade fair for Flanders Investment and trade. Indeed I've been to one at Herriot Watt University last week as well about sustainable construction development, where I had the honor of listening amongst others to a seminar by Doctor Pachauri, chairman of the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

    Nevertheless this was the first event I went to alone. No boss to guide ...

    We Have Arrived!

    A travel blog entry by carissima on Jul 18, 2012

    ... Cairney, was born. When she emigrated to Canada around 1920, she was just a teenager. Glasgow was a dark and frankly dirty city then, covered in the soot of the coal powering the machinery and factories. At this point, Glasgow was known as the Workshop of the Empire, and it wasn't until the restoration work they did on the buildings to clean up the city in the later part of the 20th century that the natural reds and browns of ...

    It's time for a bit of divine intervention

    A travel blog entry by mleary on Aug 12, 2011

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    ... nice it was. Although only small in size it had three levels and I imagine would have been quite comfortable.

    After some issues with the sat nav we took the scenic route back to the Hotel before we cleaned ourselves up and set off to cousin Elizabeth's for dinner. Another wonderful night with all the relatives back together. More great food, more stories, more laughs and great memories. And I have to thank my cousin for ...

    Glasgow, the industrial city

    A travel blog entry by wagonmaker on Jul 15, 2010

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    ... that part was remedied last night (by fluke, I think!)
    On Tuesday we had pretty much a lazy day, since most of our afternoon was given away to a long nap, but in the evening we went to the city centre and visited the Glasgow Cathedral. The thing with Glasgow is... it just isn't Edinburgh! There is virtually nobody around, the city centre is kind of dead in the evening. In any other European city, the area caround the cathedral would be kind of hopping and open and full ...