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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCringletie House Peebles
I can only give the TEA 5 stars because we weren't staying there, but I sure would love to one day.
Amazing views, beautiful spring flowers in bloom, a cosy, familiar country hotel, friendly staff and a wonderfully friendly, tasty tea.
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... towards our first free comedy show. We finally found the venue and I was greeted by an Indian kid who was from California telling us of his upcoming comedy show about to start on the double decker bus. I had a fun conversation with him and swapped some laughs before the gig. He appeared at the bar next to me ordering a drink, which I wanted to buy. Of course, Budget Dan kicked in and that was not a feasible option. I am glad I didn’t because the beers were double the price of a ...
... house guests for "come visit and eat our fridge empty" – I am never one to miss out on naming a get together – afternoon of house organize, finish cleaning and pack,….and finally we were off to the airport!
My dad was right. I should have listened and believed. I just have NEVER travelled to Europe so light before!! I couldn't believe we ALL fit into his minivan with our luggage. That’s 4 ...
... the highlight of crossing the Forth Road Bridge with views of the Forth Rail Bridge and the work to date on the new 2nd Forth Road Bridge. Lunch stop was in a cafe in Queensferry over looking the Firth of Forth and the bridges. After lunch came navigating Edinburgh, a job well done by Graham but a real shock after days of cycling on quiet country roads. Graham: Edinburgh's traffic was certainly a shock to the system after a few days of practically no traffic. Caught a few glimpses of ...
For our first day in Edinburgh, what better distillery to start our sojourn than the Edinburgh dram itself, Glenkinchie. Originally founded as a working farm distillery, Glenkinchie is notable in that it wasn't founded because of a stellar water source but, rather, because it was in the middle of what is known as the grain belt of Scotland - a place rich with the king of ...
... back to get ready. A couple of snaps have been added to my Blog for you. Well the dinner was in an old stable at a castle, the ceiling was lined with silk, they had a show and dancing, the sang " Amazing Grace & " Auld Lang Syne " what a night, we were piped in and the waiters lined each side of the hall like welcoming Royalty. We are off to Skye tomorrow and on another ...