Kirkcroft Guest House

Address: Glasgow Road, Gretna Green, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, DG16 5DU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Glasgow Road, Gretna Green, is near World Famous Old Blacksmith's Shop Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Gretna Green

        Nostalgic Trip to RAF Mildenhall

        A travel blog entry by johnwpowell on Jan 24, 2015

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        ... center. The pool tables were gone, but the long distance phone booths were still there, although used for something else these days. I learned how to play pool there. This is kinda weird, but the community center still smelled the same--I recognized it as soon as I walked in. We spent some time with Charlyn, Marc and the kids and then headed out. It was cool to see the base, but I think the memory is better than the reality of the place ...

        Westminster and wizards... Oh my!

        A travel blog entry by spk_london_2014 on Apr 20, 2014


        ... was gold built in to the cathedral) was put there by hand in the Middle Ages. After the service, we took the tube (fancy English talk for the subway). This was our second experience in the London tube system and lets just say that it is anything but relaxing. It is a lesson in survival of the fittest and we are proud to say we are indeed fit to ride the London tube - a few more rides and we will be like true ...

        Melrose Abbey and Hadrian's Wall

        A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Mar 27, 2014

        4 photos

        ... still unsure as to how they got the rods between the window panes to be so skinny and still hold up the weight of the glass. I also got to see where the heart of Robert the Bruce is buried. It wasn't that uncommon in those times to have various body parts buried in different places. How else could you be buried beside your wife and in your hometown all at once? For lunch, we made our way to Selkirk! Allison and I stopped in at the ...

        Can't Sleep

        A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Jun 22, 2013

        18 photos

        ... There are dozens of motorcycle touring groups and more dozens of bus tours along this road; an obvious tourist location.

        I continued to trudge, stopping against telephone poles or fence posts to rest. Then, without warning, a car pulled over to the side of the road. I couldn't tell if they were stopping for me or not, but I rushed ahead to find out. Sure enough, a young German man (so many German people traveling this summer!) opened his window, "Are you offering me ...

        Dell cottage to Cornwall

        A travel blog entry by frenchsparrow on Aug 27, 2012

        6 photos

        ... of seagulls, which were loitering on a small sailboat, and he came of second best. With his paddle catching the wind, he flipped his kayak and ended up in the drink! It was delighted to make it home dry. During our paddle we went to spy on some of the amazing estates along the waterfront. They all have beautiful lush gardens and the houses are inhabited by the likes of the drummer from Queen (the band - not the royal family!). We all went ...