Macdonald Houstoun House
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Macdonald Houstoun House Livingston
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... that none could cure Up the top of Arthur's Seat, A volcano sleeping sound A stunning view, with sky so blue And city all around To The Stand we went for comedy It was corse and lame and rude So we ditched to see the Field of Light To brighten up our mood Through skinny lanes, on cobbled paths With Flights of steps to climb Where there used to be Nor' Loch Now the trains go all the time And If it's not a bagpipe busker Playing for his ...
... I don't know why this is. Even the houses they are not attached are built quite close together the villages are compact and I think it may be a trow back to earlier times when the villages and towns needed to be closely compact to help defend themselves again intruders. The other thing that noticed was that very few of the houses had any sort of garage for the vehicles, so consequently most cars live outside, given a lot of the country experiences snow in winter I find this amazing. ...
... Rock Café. I decided to go in and have dinner there (it was 7pm by now and I’d only had a banana and an apple since breakfast) but boy was I disappointed. The food was very ordinary – not at all how I remembered the HRC. When the waiter came with the bill, I told him that I wanted to tip him but not the food and this I did. (For we Australians, tipping is difficult – not that we don’t want to do it but because we aren’t sure ...
... t try the cream but the 10 year was very smooth and exquiste and the 8 yr not quite as smooth. We had a tour through the distillery and of course ended up in the shop. We bought a bottle of Caledonian 12 yr single malt. Aunty Betty, yes both M and I had a wee dram for you .... Unfortunately Don And Sally you will have to wait until January / February to try it as we have already bought our duty free in Auckland before we left so Jim ...
Today is our last official camper van day - we travelled from Stirling to Kinross - a town not many miles away - we didn't even get lost which was amazing. The town didn't have a coffee shop, in fact it didn't have much at all, so we travelled onto the next wee village and found a great coffee shop which was part of a woollen mill shop - after more shopping we left and ...