Gordon Arms Hotel

The Square, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB54 8AF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Huntly

A mighty hard ride

A travel blog entry by adventurescot


... and find a hotel there for the night.

Out on the bike one never seems to feel too cold but once into the warmth of the hotel its about a hour later or so that one starts feeling the cold. How this works I do not know but after a while I seem to sit there for hours shivering trying to get the heat back into my body.

Tonight the weather forecasters warn of more snow on its way so lets just hope i manage across the passes tomorrow for my journey ...

A long trip on a wee bike

A travel blog entry by adventurescot


... places and its here where my little 9hp machine starts feeling at home. There is simply no rush and I plod along stopping at scenic locations or watching wildlife etc. Looking ahead the hills are sprinkled with white snow but still not as much as I would love to have seen.

This little road over Glen Quaich certainly consists of a number of extremely steep hills and this little bike was struggling to get up these banks.

Finally over the top of the ...


A travel blog entry by vieja47


... squeeze Cawdor Castle in, but from all the castle climbing, I am done in! After Starla's trepidatious start yesterday, she conquered her anxiety and the Scottish roads with their bloody "roundabouts" in place of stop signs! Well done, Hen! Dinner? Taxi to Johnny Foxe's Pub. Delish! Up early tomorrow, train to Kyle of Lochalsh, then another car rental to tour the Isle of Skye. Only 3 days left in-country. I am SO going to miss the Scottish sense of ...

A day seeing many things.

A travel blog entry by laurenmcwilliam

... turning to stone as he caught her. And that is the story behind the rock sculpture. We finished off with the Recumbent Stone Circles. They are said to be from the 3rd Millennium BC and are circle of standing stones which frame the moon rising or setting in the southern sky when viewed from inside the circle. This enabled their builders to make lunar observations of broad seasonal changes and establish seasonal calendars. The circles were used ...

Castles galore

A travel blog entry by alanandnise


... the centuries. We really enjoyed looking around, seeing the dungeons, kitchen with monster fireplace, and the oldest toilet in Scotland which dates from the 14th century.

There's also graffiti from about the same time that was apparently carved into the walls near the dungeons by the servants or guards.

This arvo we went for a drive to some fishing villages on the north coast. The most interesting one was ...

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This hotel, located on The Square, Huntly, is near Huntly Castle, North East Falconry Centre, Old Castle of Slains, and Oil Experience Tour.
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