Crown Hotel

Address: 25 King street, Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, DG7 1AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 25 King street, Castle Douglas, is near Threave Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Castle Douglas

St Bees

A travel blog entry by newtrekker on Jun 27, 2015

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Katrina and the 50 year old arrived at St Bees at 1pm after a 5 hour train journey from Lichfield. The weather has been fine most of the day but turned overcast and cool mid afternoon whilst we explored St Bees. Some rain is expected overnight and in the morning, but then a heat wave is forecast until Friday! This will coincide perfectly with our crossing of the Lake District. St Bees is a pretty seaside ...

Final Preparations

A travel blog entry by newtrekker on Jun 21, 2015


Departing in 2 days. Had a successful trial pack today. I thought the case would be seriously overweight but it came in at 21kg. Phew. Katrina who has been miserable for a week with a respiratory infection is now taking antibiotics for sinusitis. She spent most of yesterday sleeping. Seems a little better tonight. Hopefully she will be fit by the 27th when we start ...


A travel blog entry by jenelleandchris on Jun 17, 2015

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... along abandoned railway tracks, around pretty little villages and, most interestingly, wading through the sea to an offshore island, Ardwall Island, where Deborah spent much of her childhood summers. It was owned by a rather eccentric Scottish woman, Lady McCullach, who allowed Deborah's father and family the use of her cottage on the island. Cottage and island are now falling into a state of disrepair, but we spent a lovely afternoon sitting on the cliffs ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by barbnhans on Jun 04, 2015

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... by the book we stopped and bought salad rolls for lunch at Moor Row, followed by an icecream purchase at the next village Cleator. We stopped for our morning tea break in the picturesque abbey grounds where some graves dated from 1800’s. In one case, the dad lives the longest, his wife died quite young but their 17 year old son died whilst sailing around Cape Verde.

Then we had our first ...

The plans come together

A travel blog entry by barbnhans on Jun 03, 2015

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... station with plenty of time to spare, bought sandwiches for lunch aboard the train and then waited. The hazards of conservative planning..but we decided this was preferable to the alternative. We travelled Lancaster before changing to a local train. It was a great trip. Lots of stops at small localities and passing lovely coastal villages before arriving at St Bees. It was wonderful to think that ...

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