The Alpine Lodge
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews The Alpine Lodge Crosshouse
Travel Blogs from Crosshouse
Weather: overcast and showers clearing, travellers: adventurous In the last few days we have taken advantage of the mostly dry, warm weather and explored within the city of Glasgow. Highlights have included the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Byres Road for shopping and eating, the Glasgow School of Art, Riverside Museum, the Botanic Gardens, all of which we discovered on the excellent City Sightseeing Hop On-Hop Off bus. We have taken every opportunity ...
... understanding people with accents so she relied on Brett to purchase the first coffee. It turned out the Scottish also struggled with our accents and we received a coffee for 'Brae' instead of 'Brett.' So Stacey, the children and Brae journeyed onwards towards Glasgow arriving early that evening.
The next morning the five of us set off to explore Glasgow. On the list were Celtic Football Stadium, Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow ...
Scotland – After our time in amazing Ireland, we thought this would take some beating, but in Scotland, we think it pipped Ireland – maybe it was the stories and links to historical sites, battles and events, but we were well pleased with our escapade across the Scottish Highlands.
As soon as we crossed the border into Scotland, we knew we were in for a treat. Gretna Green, a small village just across the border with ...
... cool!It was David (I think?) and his girlfriend, Barney and me.They are really good company! Then it was sadly back to the hostel, but I was fortunate in
that I got to walk all the way back to the station with the jacket on before
handing it back.Then it was time to brave my own stupidity. When I got back to the Hostel, I went on Facebook and began
to notice all the ‘The ...
... Katrina....( You may like to take notes. ) As advised previously, they have Toll Roads over here...and I am doing ALOT of research to advance the Eastlink cause. ( Still waiting on word about my 'living away from home' allowance though Katrina....I realise that Dennis is busy...but time is of the essence here.) Anyway, my big report for the day is green sheep. Yep, green sheep. ( Well, technically, they don't have to be green...any colour will ...