Banff Springs Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Buttries again for breakfast! We put a load of washing on and chatted away in the conservatory. Nicola, Gerard, Wilma and Ian arrived and then we left to go and see Sandra and Allan. It was a beautiful drive about 15 minutes out of Inverurie, to Colpy and her farm was called Old Wrangham. The farmhouse was well over 140 years old! Although there is a lot of work to be done, the bigger picture is amazing. We enjoyed a cuppa and a ...
Our first morning in Dufftown started with a delicious breakfast, courtesy of our b&b. We had a few hours to kill before the Highland games, so we decided to go for a drive and visit a few more distilleries. We booked a tour for tomorrow at Aberlour, then visited Glenfarcas. They didn't have an upcoming tour so we instead just tasted two of their whiskeys. They had quite a smokey flavour, so Adam and I ...
... of water
between northeastern and northernmost Scotland that narrows towards Inverness.
By Moray Roberta meant the Moray Firth Coast which overlaps with what is also
nowadays called the Aberdeenshire Coastal Trail.
I first hit the coast of Aberdeenshire at Stonehaven on my way
to Roberta’s house from farther south. The town has an attractive stone center
and harbor but is best known for spectacularly located Dunnottar Castle on ...
Our 3rd Night at our friends site just out side of Gardenstown Scotland. Mr and Mrs L and M Watt Gamrie Bay CL Site Easter Cushnie Gamrie Gardenstown AB45 3HT Telephone: 01261 851475; 07811 595324 Email: email@example.com Website: www.gamriebay.co.uk A small but very tidy site with fully serviced pitches. Great to meet up with our friends and also had a lovely walk into Gardenstown via the coast as per the attached ...
Another port of call, was Elgin heritage centre, when we met an amusing and finally very helpful man. Penny has been researching her ancestry, and in particular her route to a peerage and royalty. Turns out, Lady Penelope has the contacts, direct lineage and a castle in the family to boot. OK, the castle has some maintenance issues but still retains at fantastic location with awe inspiring views. The castle has been converted over the centuries ...