The Laurels Guest House

Address: 320 Gilmerton Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH17 7PR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 320 Gilmerton Road, Edinburgh, is near Craigmillar Castle, Butterfly and Insect World, Edinburgh Experience, and Kings Acre Golf Course.
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    Isle of Skye to Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on May 02, 2015

    ... Fort William before entering the famed Glen Coe. Unfortunately Scotland had not turned on the beautiful weather of the previous few days and photos ops through the glen were few and far between. We then continued heading east towards Edinburgh stopping for lunch in a little loch side town not far from Sterling. We got back into Edinburgh around 5pm, dropped our stuff off at the hostel before dropping the car back to the hire ...

    York to Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by bern54 on Aug 24, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... Heartbeat was based. Morning tea in Settle (near Skipton). Met Brian,a local, who came to Settle from Newcastle(on Tyne) and actually lived in Wallsend!!! I took a photo of Bob with Brian. Twin towns of settle and giggleswick. Lunch at Grasmere after travelling past Lake Windermere, one of the lakes. William Wordsworth lived in Grasmere in the Lakes district. TD recited ...

    Day Five - UK Study Tour with Mindstretchers

    A travel blog entry by on Nov 04, 2013

    ... Wester , speechless....... Claire then took us through some reflective discussions and journeys happening around the globe. We discussed the importance of a deeper understanding of why it is so important to engage with nature, to understand nature pedagogy rather than just scratching the surface and 'doing' nature education. This really became a space to reflect on our own spaces and why they were that way and our hopes for the ...

    Wendy's story - Scotland, Ireland/Nthn Ireland

    A travel blog entry by ourgrandtour on Aug 16, 2013

    24 photos

    ... to a liveable building or ruins, but whatever the definition we saw lots of both. Blarney Castle involved quite a climb up narrow, steep steps to the Blarney Stone which Daniel was brave enough to kiss – we just acted as spectators. Kylemore Castle also had a large area of gardens as well as a Neo Gothic Church where a harpist was performing in amongst the marble columns – exquisite. Dunluce Castle ...

    Home again, home again...

    A travel blog entry by jenandeuan on Jul 28, 2013

    2 photos

    ... my waterproof trousers inside), it was warm and comfortable and the food was excellent. Delicious minestrone soup was followed by Brie & Beetroot tartlet (me) and Macaroni cheese (Euan), washed down with a glass of coke (shock horror - we only drink it when cycling or after a long running race) and a great capuccino complete with an enourmous chunk of tablet.
    Funnily enough, it was quite a long stop - something in the region of an hour and a half. But fully ...