Burnhouse Manor Hotel

Address: Burnhouse by Beith, Burnhouse, North Ayrshire, Scotland, KA15 1LJ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Burnhouse by Beith, Burnhouse.
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      Day 5 - Glencoe Pass to Glasgow

      A travel blog entry by m_rosas91 on May 26, 2013

      36 photos

      ... well-known city, but it has a fairly poor reputation as a big industrial hub with lots of crime and gang violence. Luckily, we hadn't planned on spending too much time in Glasgow though - just one night.

      We were able to use my employee rate at the Radisson Blu right downtown on Argyle Street. It was very nice, with a great modern feeling. After checking in, Mom, Dad, Nikki and I walked ...

      All Systems Go!

      A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on May 19, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      Day minus 1. And so the waiting and the preparation is nearly over. The Magic Bus has been readied for the Scandinavian Odyssey, the wardrobe packed with clothes suitable for all possible weathers (and if 'spring' in Scotland this year is any guide we'll probably need them all), the larder stocked with the ingredients suitable for fine dining alfresco-style (tins of frankfurters, baked beans, spam, A&B Roll, and ...

      Forth again

      A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 23, 2012

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... home it would have dried on his legs and he got “hammered”. The masonic lodge was important among the workers and they used to meet at an old building that still stands on the mine site. To this day once a year the freemasons march from Forth (where they have a conspicuous building) and walk three times around the old building. Later he gave me a history of the local lodge, including Somerville names, which also mentioned this annual walk. ...


      A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Aug 24, 2011

      62 photos

      ... at Port Dundas in 1795, facilitated access to the iron-ore and coal mines in Lanarkshire. After extensive River engineering projects to dredge and deepen the River Clyde as far as Glasgow, shipbuilding became a major industry on the ...

      Unfinished Business

      A travel blog entry by jimbojohnson on Aug 02, 2010

      ... tucked in below a house in a residential street, but it was definitely one of the better live venues I'd been in.

      I spilled a lot of beer that night my friends and most of it on myself. I also got into an argument in the toilet over whether or not I was racist for not wanting to have a conversation penis in hand. It was a good night out.

      The next few days were a bit of a blur. It honestly felt like I spent the entire weekend zonked out on a couch in front ...