Loch Kinord Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and domestic tourists…me included of course.
I took a walk up to the castle which really was not what I expected at all. The views of the surrounding hills, the River Forth and the Wallace Monument were quite striking. I will remember the lovely cemetery next to the castle with its interesting Masonic looking stone pyramid.
After acquiring some supplies in Stirling (for the next few days). I headed over the River Forth ...
... keen on them. Next we headed to Glenlivit, and were there just in time for a tour. It was a good one as it was free, although the distillery was not working at the moment as they were in their quiet period. At the end we got to try a whiskey each. Dufftown was crazily busy when re turned and we had to park a bit down the road. All the pipe bands were getting together and we didn't need to wait long until the ...
... at Glenfiddich to ease Adam's nerves about tours being sold out. There ended up being a tour starting soon after we arrived so we decided to see the distillery today. It was a great tour. It started with a video explaining the distillery and how it is still owned by the family. We then went on a guided tour, by a great tour guide, through the distillery. We ended in a tasting room where we ...
... of Scotland and was destroyed by Oliver Cromwell. From the outside it seemed small but once we climbed up and entered it was vast and the views incredible. Who would have thought this abandoned castle was such a jewel. Shira had a great time exploring and it was so funny when she went into an area that was a prison and she found a fake skeleton. She screamed!!! There ...
... to get to the rental car depot. I got a silver automatic Hyundai i40 with about 2000 miles on the clock so we parked one bag in the back seat and the other two in the boot and headed out, again following Sheila's instructions from the night before to get through the northern side of Aberdeen and up to Ellon - basically following signs to Aberdeen then to Peterhead then Ellon with a couple of interesting roundabouts to start with.
No drama on the way up and ...