Kildrummy Castle Hotel

Address: Kildrummy, Alford, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB33 8RA, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kildrummy, Alford, is near Grampian Transport Museum and Pentland Hills.
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    Travel Blogs from Alford

    Shop til you drop...

    A travel blog entry by helena.darger on Oct 19, 2014

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    I caught the bus home, and organized a wee bit and caught up with some friends and family on facebook. I also made a grocery list for my dessert I am making for my guy friend, David for my date tomorrow night.

    It was already dark by the time I walked to ASDA (Europe's much friendlier Walmart). I spent quite a while hunting down every little item I needed only failing to find pecans. I sparked a conversation with the customer service and cashier, and discussed ...

    CV Bleh...

    A travel blog entry by helena.darger on Oct 18, 2014

    ... lecturer told us to brainstorm with no judgment, its about quantity at this stage not quality, and I don't see them coming up with new ideas. Anyway that's may rant for the post. On a more practical note, just about anything you can imagine has already been invented. But a brilliant idea will some up soon, I hope.

    Then I had my Work and Organisational Behaviour lecture, where covered the riveting topic CV's with an equally interested audience. It was ...

    Fairy tales do come true!

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Oct 12, 2014

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    ... exchanged rings, signed the wedding schedule (Scotland’s version of a marriage certificate) and had our first kiss as husband and wife within the first 15 minutes of the ceremony, which caught us a little off guard but then the Reverend continued on with a wonderful personalized ceremony. He used things that David and I both sent to him on what it means to be married, and the things we love about one another and it was wonderfully personal even though this was our third ...

    The Sparkling City

    A travel blog entry by lounev on Sep 26, 2014

    ... of new spirit every day; produced in small batches by a team of just six distillers. The tour was fascinating and I may even be converted after sampling a wee dram – and being shown how to taste it properly by Glen Garioch’s expert team. If whisky is your thing, there are a number of trails that you can follow across the north of Scotland. Or why not attend one of the many whisky festivals in the region? And if you’re willing to travel a ...

    A day seeing many things.

    A travel blog entry by laurenmcwilliam on Aug 25, 2013

    At 11am Sandy and Emmi Neish came and picked me up from June's house. Sandy is my grandad's cousin. I know this might seem weird that I am seeing him but I thought I might as well meet someone new while I am over here. After they picked me up, we went back to their house in Inverurie where we had some lunch and a chat and then got on the road to start out adventure. We started by heading towards Wartle and we saw Sandy's farm which he grew up on ...