Castle Hotel Huntly
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We had a 6 hour slow drive today through Scotlands mountains, ....small towns, rivers and streams, stone houses and some massive Estate Homes....We passed Balmoral Castle,and signs to so many more.....not enough time to do everything, its a familiar story.
We are staying at the Castle Hotel a beautiful old stone building set up as a private …
... take a few pics. Then on to Hopeman where we were shown a real links golf course, the village was quite pretty, the buildings are so different to Devon. The East coast is lovely, green rolling hills. We carried onto Speyside Cooperage, we hadn't been to a cooperage before and it was quite interesting watching the men working on the different kegs, before we had the tour there was a short film to watch. After we went and had a ...
... around it's not even mine.
I thought I lost a cat yesterday. I saw the one stalk off on a little adventure late afternoon and by that time today, was having a mini panic attack when I had yet to confirm seeing him come back. imagine the elation when the living room revealed TWO cats curled up having a nap. I highly suspect that he was around the whole time/ had previously seen him walking around the house but the ability to discern ...
Left Inverkeithing and drove through Glenrothes, Forfar and on to Crathes. Visited Crathes Castle for the afternoon, ancestral home of the Burnetts. Found our way to Aboyne and staying in the Huntly Arms Hotel. I saw a red deer on the way. Col was driving. The gardens at the castle are beautiful. HVe no photos to add as iPad was flat. Have photos on ...
David and Pat woke up late due to jetlag. We headed to the grocery to get chicken and supplies for the potluck dishes and a few meals in the next couple of days. After dropping off the groceries we then headed for portsoy! Portsoy yesterday through tomorrow was have a maritime festival. We got their a little late, but got their late enough they didn't charge for us to come in and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCastle Hotel Huntly
This old hotel is well worth the stay. The room we had was large and overlooked the gardens.
It is within walking distance of the old castle and town.
It has a great old silver service dinning room....we loved it
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