Inchrie Castle Hotel

Address: Duchray Road, Aberfoyle, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland, FK8 3XD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Duchray Road, Aberfoyle, is near Eyemouth Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Aberfoyle

Inverary, whisky & ceilidh night.

A travel blog entry by gotte on Sep 10, 2015

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... others. Fortunately some people knew the dances so the rest of us muddled through with much toe stomping and many 'sorry's. Janet and Alan asked us back to their place for drinks afterwards, we met them on our first day and just hit it off. They live near Stamford Lincolnshire and we had just visited there. Marco and Melanie from Canada joined us later and everyone had a great ...

Hairy Coo and Highlands tour

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 29, 2013

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... briefing which I thought was pretty funny, and obvious there had been accidents before. 'Don't stand too close to the fence with your back turned... yada yada yada.' Apparently they love bread, so we all got a few pieces of bread to feed to them and there was much screaming and squeals from all the girls who had never seen a cow before. There was a few baby hairy coos in the group which were still black in colour. They were pretty cute - looked a little more like a normal ...

Some relaxation and car related paperwork

A travel blog entry by jlr2101 on Aug 09, 2013

... s called vrtucar, look it up. Slightly worried about driving on the 'right side which is the wrong side' of the road but I'm sure that not having to consider gear changes will make it easier. I'm off to do a preliminary weight check on my suitcase because when I tried to lift it off the bed I almost wrecked my back so I might need to take a few things out! And that's without toiletries, chargers for all my electronics and an 8 pack of irn bru. ...

Free Day!

A travel blog entry by libraryscout on Jul 27, 2012

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... with my bare hands.  This is not done in America.  In America, you have to wear cotton gloves to turn pages in an environmentally controlled room under close supervision.  On this side of the ocean, books are a tactile experience.  Gloves and all that just serve to separate people from the experience of the book, so museums and libraries tend to put the books in people's hands and let then make history real for themselves.  It's very refreshing.  And the books still hold up ...

Aberfoyle and surrounds

A travel blog entry by cullism on Sep 24, 2011

... to the pouring rain and choppy water.

The thirteenth century Augustinian abbey and monastery were in ruins but well looked after. Small signs described the function of each room and we could almost imagine portly, brown-gowned monks queuing up at the cooking pot for their evening meal. Mary Queen of Scots was hidden on the island at age five after the battle of Pinkie. Incidentally, the island is the largest of three on the Lake ...