Culcreuch Castle Hotel

Address: Fintry, Stirling, Scotland, G63 0LW, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in Fintry, is near Nick Nairn Cook School.
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      Travel Blogs from Fintry

      Last hurrah in Ed

      A travel blog entry by carbonf on Dec 15, 2014

      28 photos

      ... struck a best seller so he is stuck leading around literary tourists asking about JK Rowlings inspirations of HP from her Edinburgh surrounds, he then proceeded to tell us a story.... He once met a scot who had not spoken to his wife for 15 years, when questioned for reason he muttered that he did not want to interrupt her. Good on yer Alan F. During our book lovers tour ...

      Is there a mirror in yer hoose laddie?

      A travel blog entry by latintraveller on Sep 27, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... match at Dundee United’s Tannadice Park. One team seeking revenge and the other
      seeking reinforced dominance. Now, to the North American sports fan these encounters
      would be shocking in their rawness. While the endemic religious taunts of the
      past have been eradicated there remains what is almost comedic, “conversational
      swearing”. Witness the scene in a crowd between 6 and 60 regaling the referee,
      the opposition and especially the ...

      Touring Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Aug 01, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... that is extinct. Castle Rock sits almost in the middle of the city and to think it used to be volcanically active. Traces of human inhabitance have been found since the Bronze Age, that is to say around 850 BC. A royal castle has been on the very spot since the twelfth century. Considering this, the rock is very aptly named. Bill also told us that we shouldn't miss going in to St Margaret's Chapel as it is the oldest building in all of Scotland and ...

      On the train to Glasgow

      A travel blog entry by allangraham on Sep 06, 2013

      5 photos

      Train ex Fort William to Glasgow

      We had some great train stops; at Corrour which is the middle of nowhere at 411m above sea level and views of the hills for 360degrees - two lucky guys jumping off for a walk down from there. Cecily thought that the train route was like getting a train through the overland track as we'd endless views of highland hills on both sides of the train for hours. Rannoch moor was equally brilliant with hills, ...

      Adieu Africa and hola Scotland

      A travel blog entry by quinitch on May 10, 2013

      4 comments, 7 photos

      ... doctor and his dreadful injection skills, being asked by an excitable kid in the park, ‘what happens in Neighbours?’ and the lovely little parkland just behind the Dreyers’ house with the Firth behind it. I had no memory of Limekilns being such a decent-sized village with an extended waterfront, I remember it being about a block wide. And the pheasants! They’re everywhere! It’s like Danny the Champion of the World around here! Kirsten now has her ...