Longforgan Coaching Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... we decided to go and have a stroll around the magnificent building and its gardens. Our next accommodation was at Aberdeen so we drove north and called into Glamis Castle, the childhood home of the Queen Mother. This castle dates back to 1372. It has been added onto and refurbished a number of times over the centuries. Michael Fergus, the 18th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne lives with his family at the ...
We have made it to Neil's holy land. I got to fulfill a dream of mine, and now his :)
We spent the day leisurely taking care of errands, shopping and taking in the golf course. We probably visited 12 different golf shops so Neil could bring something home. We ate lunch at an adorable cafe/local market and had dinner in a fantastic brand new restaurant recommended by our hotel. Oh ya-even our hotel is gorg. All I have to say so far is Amen for ...
... when we headed to the bar for a cheeky drink before the ceremony. We met up with Ray, Iain, Grampy, George and Phil who all had the same idea.
We were all ushered into the wedding hall, we found our seats and watched the most beautiful ceremony take place. Fiona looked beautiful in her flowing white wedding gown walking down the aisle arm in arm with Norrie. Martin was waiting for her wearing his kilt as a true scot would. The ceremony included readings ...
... 00pm and our parking ticket was about to expire.
We got back in the car and drove a few streets – through the horrible traffic due to such little streets – to the beach area where St Andrew’s Links and the Old Course hotel is. There were a lot of people out, on the beach and playing golf, despite the windy day.
I took some photos of the famous area and we got back ...
... was ordinary but slightly better than last Monday so gained a bit better perspective of different areas. The area around Lochranza is delightful (not because they boast a great distillery) but because of their history and natural resources. They have a castle dating to 14th Century and the drive through the glens is awesome. Would love the opportunity to walk some of it and definately to take some of the walks up to some of the lochs ...