St. Cuthbert's House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... becoming very fond of Sally and the heated car seats. On arriving in Berwick upon Tweed we were not impressed as it was another old dreary town. We wanted something modern to stay at. We needed WiFi. Where do you go in such circumstances ?? MACCAS. After an unsuccessful hunt on booking.com for suitable accommodation I happened to glance up ...
... I fear we have turned into our parents. It is increasingly difficult to research the local beverages. I am onto my third pint of the different local beers and may not make it to the fourth. The Chilean Merlot is going down a treat. We are off to York tomorrow, about a 2.5 hour drive. We might get away early again, it worked a treat today. It was a great day. The best thing I heard was the Bunnies got up in the Grand Final. That is the best come back story ...
Today we are on our way to Scotland, on the way we went to Alnwick Castle , which is Hogwarts from Harry Potter. After we walked a little bit of the castle we went to broomstick training were dad looks like he's been drinking too much in the picture but he hasn't, it was fun. Then we had to drive another heap to Arrochar, were we are staying in Scotland. It was at least 7 or 8 o'clock when we got to our little lochside ...
... into one of the rooms at 10 instead of 2. Had to lug all the bags up 2 flights of stairs since there was no lift in our section. Barry's trip to drop the van at its storage place at Westby Hall all went well until he got back to the airport and tried to walk to the hotel. He ended up walking for almost 3 hours trying to get round the run way. Meanwhile we repacked and had a swim in the pool which was good. Early night in preparation for our 4 am taxi in the ...
... to see.
Our second stop is at Craigside. Craigside was built by Lord Armstrong. Born in 1810 he was a frail child and often sent to Rothbury for his health. He was the son of a corn merchant who wanted him to have a profession and encouraged him to study law. But Armstrong was a natural engineer. He figured out how to make a hydraulic crane and by the 1840's he had factories churning out hydraulic machinery, ...