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... groceries. The pub was only 200 metres down the road and it didn’t take us long to feel like a local. Everyone was extremely friendly. The harbor at Cellardyke was even smaller than the one at Anstruther just a kilometres further along the coast. In its heyday two hundred boats used to come and go from it each day. We’ve stood there and looked and looked and for the life of us we are unable to even remotely imagine how this would ...
... flashed 'heavy rain warning' as we crossed. But the beautiful scenery continued to wow us and we eventually get to a lovely spot at the bottom of the hills, at the edge of a lake and most importantly a pub across the road. We have reached a place called Sligachan. Of course we take advantage of the pub across the road, and sample their evening meal and a couple of drinks too. Absolutely no sign of rain, just a little bit of mist. The next morning greets ...
... work either but all good we just gracefully bumped into the guy in front of us. Worked a treat. The kids had a lovely time feeding the animals which ranged from Highland cows to chickens. Check out the pic of the Shonkey (well thats what i call it) I mean seriously no sheep has ears or a head that big.The donkeys and the sheep were penned together so I reckon there was some ...
... motivation. When the police realised the stone had gone they closed the border between England and Scotland - the first time in 400 years. The stone did however make it into Scotland where it was left to be found but no one was charged with this crime as fearing an even bigger incident. In 1996, the British Conservative Government decided to return to Scotland when not in use for coronations and the stone now sits in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services