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

    To Pattterdale

    A travel blog entry by sasi_lassies on Jun 11, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... t going that way. At top there is a tarn (pond) where we bump into a group of ladies from Sydney - Wild Woman on Top - they are going over the top........ Good luck to them. We agree to meet at the lake for lunch, we now commence the steady decline through the valley to Pattterdale ambling along at nice steady place. There is monument to Wordsworth and his brother and sitting next to it was a sheep that looked like a statue. ...

    Sunday

    A travel blog entry by shantie on Apr 30, 2014

    1 comment

    ... of the day. Sundays are great. So, I decided to take Sunday off this week. I've got a whole week in London, and two months of travel after london, I found a lovely little church, less then a 5 minute walk from the hostel. Holy Trinity Swiss Cottage(htsc). All I knew wa that it was close, and the website said it was an evengalical church. It was a lovely church, the people were all very sweet and welcoming, and made me feel right at home. ...

    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 ...

    Waiting to board

    A travel blog entry by suebeck on Oct 24, 2013

    3 comments

    ... some disappointments, BUT that is all part of the journey and of life.........and as they say.."If you want to walk on water, you have to step out of the boat". For some of you I know this trip is not possible (Jutta especially) and I am determined to make the most of this and post as much as I can for you and others who are unable to be here. This is done not to make you envious but to try my best to include you all in my experiences. So join me and let's step out of the ...

    All's Well that ends Well.

    A travel blog entry by webteddy on May 29, 2012

    2 comments

    ... origin) and explored the famous Cheddar Caves which were great. On the same day we drove to Weston Super Mare which is on the Western Coast opporsite Wales. We could see Cardiff across the stretch of bay where the water should have been if it hadn't been for one of the lowest low tides I have ever seen. The walk from your car to the water across the sand was easily 5 km. You could land three jumbo jets side by side on the ...