Allen Ramsay Hotel

Address: Carlops, By Penicuik, Carlops, Midlothian, Scotland, EH26 9NF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carlops, By Penicuik, Carlops, is near Edinburgh Crystal Visitor Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Carlops

Lunasa in Einburgh

A travel blog entry by gwawd on Aug 01, 2013

... Before the trip I had an intention of swimming in North Sea in Edinburgh. But due to the weather the plan was changed to washing boots only. :) Achievement was unlocked in Portobello, neat and cozy Edinburgh suburb with a long-stretching beach line. Its easily acceptable by bus. Next time I'll wash my boots on the West Coast :)

The place I stayed is in fact the campus of the Edinburgh University. There're flats with bathroom, kitchen, ironing room etc. ...

Who said driving was easy

A travel blog entry by weeyun on Apr 11, 2013


... to see him, he laughed and said "yes, from Australia". we stayed for an hour and cheered a lot of the residents up, Annette is a ray of sunshine to them, their faces light up when she goes into the room. Annette had a lovely dinner prepared for us and we all had a good laugh talking about what we got up to during our school days and how many times we got belted!
Annette and I talked until 11 pm but the other two made an early ...


A travel blog entry by derekdriscoll on Jul 02, 2012

... cleaning staff came in and opened the blinds at noon., Which I was fine with. First thing I needed to eat so I grabbed a crescent with mozzarella and salami, pretty dam good. Soon as I finished that and got to pay for my ticket to the Edinburgh castle it starts raining. The castle was pretty cool lots of things to see inside and out. They set off a cannon at 1 pm every day, I missed it but got to check out the cannon at least. The war museum was interesting lots of history in ...

Castles do still exist....

A travel blog entry by lone_footprint on Dec 23, 2011

1 comment, 8 photos

... ice rinks and malt whiskey. The overall vibe in Edinburgh was lively and fun. We soon found ourselves a quaint little pub no bigger than a single garage and it was packed full of people. Amazingly we found a table out the back and had pints in our hands before we knew it. Now what would make an evening more fun that 4 lassies with plenty of drink? Why, drunk Scottish lads of course!!! Before we even had a chance to sip our first sip we were making our ...

Day 41 – Peebles to West Linton

A travel blog entry by sueandjulie on Apr 26, 2011

2 comments, 4 photos

... the Meldon Hills. We descended down to the road and met Chris for lunch. Moving on, we took a superb forest track past Green Knowe and onto the remote settlement of Harehope. Continuing up through the forest we made out to open moorland again and the route took us down into a remote hidden valley with no access by roads.

It was unbelievable to see, as we started to ascend out of the valley a bench seat which had been placed in a ...