Lochside House Hotel & Spa
Travel Blogs from New Cumnock
... This doesn't have to be the case. There is no reason to stop taking those hikes you used to love or stop playing games with your kids out in the yard. Fight those allergies and get a good handle on them. Make an appointment with an allergist and figure out the best treatment that will help you the most.
Start cleaning the areas in your home that have a lot of moisture in them with a fungicide or mold killer. You can buy this ...
... about booking a hotel with golf included but that does not give you the chance to travel further afield, see a little of the region and play different courses.
Given you will be travelling with your golf clubs, it is convenient to hire a car anyway, and if you are hiring a car then you may as well find independent accommodation and travel each day to different courses.
... wooden furniture and is also a Grade I listed building.
Langley is built on the site of an earlier medieval chapel and was built to provide worship for the nearby Langley Hall, whose ruins lie within a nearby private farm. The Chapel included wooden box pews, a musicians desk and Communion table bench seats.
Langley Hall ...
Fergie has taken the rest of the week off to spend with us and show us a little more of the Ayrshire area. It is still bitterly cold, drizzling and windy so the RIver Ayr walk is off but we still manage to take in a sweet little stroll to a waterfall near Straiton.
Following this, lunch at Willy Wastle (a lot of things in Ayrshire are Robert Burns related...Rabbie to the locals) ...
... will be next for us on a weekly basis.
Ways in which I am turning and Gary is returning into a Scotsman/lassy:
- eating: tattie scones, square sausage, buffets, pot noodle, fried... anything, too much butter (bleh), Gregg's (OK we haven't been here yet but fingers crossed for today)
- drinking: irn bru, bucky (even typing the name makes be a little queasy), Glen's, Tennants
- booking: an all inclusive sunny break