Champany Inn

Address: Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland, EH49 7LU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Linlithgow, is near Linlithgow Palace, Tomb of the Eagles, Kingsfield Leisure, and St. Michael's Parish Church.
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      A travel blog entry by digordon on Sep 04, 2013

      9 photos

      ... our way down the levels. The Queen herself has been very instrumental in the colour choices and furnishings and she really has done an excellent job. There are photos of various 'family' events everywhere just like in ordinary homes! Then there are bizarre things like a special place where a Rolls Royce is kept for official duties once the vessel has docked! We viewed five decks in all, land learnt how not only the royal family lived when on board but ...

      London to Linlithgow

      A travel blog entry by judy59 on May 31, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... and ride down the road to their days work. No body in the way for me to see them and it was just amazing seeing such big horses making their way to work so to speak, and the uniforms etc. Not where most people see them but it was so cool. Neat having my own tour guide who knows little secrets about London the most tourists would never find. From there we walked to Harrods. Ok what a building great from the outside. The best food hall I think I ...


      A travel blog entry by rpalmer_13 on Dec 31, 2012

      5 photos

      ... s not a misspelling. It's a new tradition that occurs at Queensferry just outside of Edinburgh in the Firth of Forth. People in crazy costumes jump into the freezing water and splash around for a few minutes before getting back out again. Yeah, like the polar bear plunge but with costumes. It's hilarious to walk through the town and see what people come up with. A few of the people on the tour with me actually did it, too. I think I might if I ever get back there for ...

      St Andrews - home of golf, grief & good pub grub.

      A travel blog entry by peter_cheryl19 on Nov 24, 2012

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... and humourous summary of the cathedral's history - links to Jesus' apostle St Andrew's bones, established as the home of the catholic church in Scotland and destroyed during the protestant reformation under John Knox. Now very little remains of what was once a huge church with only a few arched walls, a bell tower and a single spire remaining. The area has been used largely as a cemetry over the centuries. An interesting site that we would have needed ...

      Likeable Linlithgow

      A travel blog entry by anneandsteve on Jun 13, 2012

      24 photos

      ... of Scots was born. We also visited Stirling Castle where she spent her childhood. It is high on the hill above the town and really heavily fortified. I was very taken with Stirling castle. It is what I imagined a real Scottish castle would be like. Another fortified building is Blackness Castle only about 7 ks away. It is perched on the rocks on the Firth of Forth. That is the huge inlet that Edinburg is on. It was really cold, windy with patchy rain most ...