The Alpine Lodge

Address: 82 Irvine Rd, Crosshouse, East Ayrshire, Ayrshire, Scotland, KA2 0HQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 82 Irvine Rd, Crosshouse, is near Dean Castle and Country Park and Achamore Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Crosshouse

Summer's end

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Sep 22, 2014

20 photos

... those others coming in with sails spread out to ...

Fort William to Glasgow

A travel blog entry by ecirpnek on Jul 19, 2014

16 photos

... Inveraray, Loch Long, and Loch Lomond. The weather closed in during the afternoon and we travelled through some heavy rain. We returned the car to Hertz at Glasgow International Airport and then walked about 100 metres to The Holiday Inn which was very convenient. An interesting finish to the day was turning on the TV and watching a live concert from Edinburgh Castle being performed from the stage which we had seen being erected earlier in the ...

Iona via Glasgow to Cumbria

A travel blog entry by magpie1 on Sep 21, 2013

15 photos

... in the world - they have their own characteristics and uniqueness, but it's the smaller places that have character and characters. The countryside has been beautiful, and whilst the accents are strange, and sometimes a little hard to understand, the people we have come into contact with have been friendly and on the whole, engaging. Now back in England having stopped in Carlisle in the middle of ...

The museum of hodge podginess

A travel blog entry by hobgoblins5 on May 24, 2013

7 comments, 114 photos

... King Henry VIII to B and Erin, who don't know much about British history in general, but I had no pictures with me or pen and paper to even chart it out. Fewer things are more difficult to explain with no visuals than British history. We had seen at least one plaque or statue pertaining to Robert Burns every day, and all I could tell everyone was 'he's a super famous poet'. This exhibit reminded me that he wrote Auld Lang Syne, and who doesn't know that??
After going ...

On the banks of the Clyde

A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 22, 2012

2 comments, 18 photos

... some have deteriorated but a lot is the result of vandalism. Near the centre of Carluke there is an old cemetery with the gates heavily chained and padlocked and the same scene - stones lying in all directions. They keep them in rows, maintaining neat grass strips, but the broken bits get pushed together in between the strips. I was very fortunate to find the Merrilees stone untouched, except by nature.

Getting the feel of the area the Merrilees and Dr Fletcher knew ...