Glen Clova Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGlen Clova Hotel Milton of Clova
A great little place out in the Glens. Great friendly atmosphere and the food was delicious. The drive out to the hotel was superb (Scenery only - it is slow bumpy and twisting drive out to the hotel). Great walking in the area. Highly recommended.
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Total mileage: 59
Total actual cycling time: 5 hours 21 minutes
Blessed with another day of beautiful sunshine we navigated our way out of Edinburgh and over the Forth Road Bridge. On the other side only the wilderness of Scotland stood between us and John O'Groats.
We passed through Kinross and stopped by a bike shop for a couple of tweaks before heading ...
... of people to the games. Grandma had bought us some tickets and we had places to sit but couldn't find them....and then it started to really rain! We made dry places to sit with plastic bags and ate our picnic watching the tug-of-war. In the distance i could see people running up the hill for the hill race. It was really steep but i still wish i could have joined in! You have to be 16 ...
... old and 18 yr old whiskies.
From there we headed to Aviemore for a lunch stop before continuing on south to Perth. Along the way we experienced our first real rain since leaving home, driving for an hour or more in some continuing rain which had ceased by the time we reached Perth. The Mercure hotel was in an old stone building with a water stream running underneath the building then walked around the city center down to the River ...
... It was where the Queen Mother was born and is full of history. We walked around the grounds and then came back to Arbroath. Went to Canoustie and met up with Vanessa (cousin) at the pub for dinner. Had a great Aberdeen Angus steak.
It's a cold, wet and windy summers day in Arbroath today. Packing up our stuff and getting ready to go to Aberdeen and meet up with Luke (cousin) and his family.
... clean !
Beach is accessed via long wooden bridge, then short walk over small dunes.
Stunning beach with fantastic flat clean sand as far as you can see.
On return across bridge we turned right along muddy track to the old graveyard.
Nice old graveyard, access via stone steps over dyke, some signs of vandalism ...