Park Hotel

Innerleithen Road, Peebles, Borders, Scotland, EH45 8BA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Innerleithen Road, Peebles, is near Traquair House, Kailzie Gardens, and Neidpath Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Peebles

    MADE IT!!!!…sorry this blog is so late Cheri

    A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Jul 26, 2014

    16 photos

    ... 8221;…

    -”GET ON A SHORT PLANE”…

    -”DRIVE IN A CAR” …get to Nana’s house! “

    Anyone who has children can relate I am sure.

    ….minor problem is the difference between an adult and a 3 years old’s sense of LONG and SHORT. I have now discovered why all parents kiss the ground that Steve Jobs walked on…Thank you iPods!!

    My ...

    We're Off to Peebles!

    A travel blog entry by ashbysontour on Jul 03, 2014

    5 photos

    ... wall of Tarmac we were currently ascending. Debbie. Forget the cycling, I'm going to kill VINCE CROWLEY for breaking into my room last night, apparently drawing a smiley face on my mirror, which slid down and ended up like ghost slime all over the place. Thinking it was the boys mucking around, I went to seek revenge, until the Travelodge lady appeared and convinced me the room was haunted. Revenge Vince, revenge. Whoooooaaaaaaa....... You can tell Vince is now bored. One of ...

    If you fall asleep, it wouldn't be the worst thing

    A travel blog entry by faith.over.fear on Jul 24, 2013

    97 photos

    ... at warp speed. A lot of the friendships, are of course only surface, but for the time you spend together, it's real, and it will always be there. Of course the downside to this is that someone always has to leave, whether it's you or them. Of course, if you're lucky you may be able to travel on for a short while together(which i've been able to do a couple times), but eventually you'll need to go your own way. I have left behind so many people that it broke my heart to ...

    A Wall

    A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Jul 12, 2013

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... I spent a nice evening at Sally's, got a good night's sleep and was off on the Way again the next day. I walked back through Gullane and on to Dirleton where there is a castle. My feet were sore and my ankle really bothering me, so I stopped and went in. Quite a history and gorgeous gardens; I'm really glad I stopped. After the castle I could have gone back on the Way another mile and some through Yellowcraig, or stay on the road to New Berwick (pronounced Bearick). I decided ...

    The Road to Hell...

    A travel blog entry by travellingted on Jun 18, 2012

    2 comments

    ... endings, has needed to be avoided.

    Equipment is a different matter, the tent has been a 'brick', but now shows signs of strain due to our dependency upon it. Small tears and holes have been repaired and water drips from junctions in seams. Boots remain our biggest fear as feet become 'webbed' and toes swell like hobbits feet they accomodate this growth by splitting and large holes have appeared allowing Penfold's 'pinkies' to poke out. No amount of stuffed newspaper ...