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

    8 - 13 September: Largs

    A travel blog entry by wearethemillers on Sep 08, 2015

    12 photos

    ... stocked the fridge for us at Lily and Butchs' place, for all those who came to see us whilst we were there and to Margaret and Quentin who opened their house for us last night. So appreciated all! And last but definitely not least to Lily and Butch who allowed us into their home and to invade their Spanish holiday the previous week. And we would never forget Butchs' fry up before we left! One last visit to Aunty Betty's and we were on the road again heading to Chester this time ...

    Keekin at the Kelpies

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 29, 2014

    15 photos

    ... day. Trouble was I had a vague idea where they were but wasn't exactly sure. However we headed to Falkirk on the old road rather than the motorway which was a real trip down memory lane as this was the route I used to drive to Mum's when we lived in Falkirk and Kincardine. We eventually saw signs for Helix Park and the Kelpies so followed them. But the place was packed - both car parks full and the only parking at the Stadium - and I didn't have ...

    Update on plans

    A travel blog entry by thunder_road83 on May 01, 2014

    ... such as Massilia which along with colonies in Magna Graecia which played a role in trade to and from Sardinia. This is why am also visiting Crete as there evidence of trade between the two Islands during the period I am interested in. So during this I hope to get into the Museums and see the material culture for myself and to give myself a greater understanding of it and what may be going on. The ferry to Crete which is one of two ferry journeys will give me a greater idea to ...

    An unexpected journey

    A travel blog entry by andrewfarrell on Jun 13, 2013

    6 photos

    ... company at 6.30pm. Sounds okay...but it meant we would have to navigate the border crossing in the dark, and in fact most of the 3 hour journey would be in darkness. The journey started off on a lighter note, with a local boy of about 9-10 giving a performance for us on the bus. He played some sort of whistle instrument, interspersed with short sections of singing. All respect to him for doing it, but it was hard to keep a straight face since he was so badly out ...

    I Saw the World - Scotland

    A travel blog entry by dizzysparkles on May 17, 2012

    3 comments, 11 photos

    I can't think of anything that would make me happier. Right now I am on a bus to Glasgow from Inverness. I'm not sure if you ever have these moments, but I have had them quite often since I have started traveling. You don't even have to doing anything huge and exciting. That's the beauty of it. It washes over you and you realize these are the moments in your life that are magical and special. Absolute happiness. My most recent moment just happened when I opened my eyes from ...