After a 2009 renovation, the Lynnhurst Hotel retains much of its Scottish charm, from its intricate stained glass windows to the rustic stone fašade, but with modern updates. Guest room furnishings range from clean and modern to vintage and eclectic and reviewers marvel at the venue's helpful staff and picturesque location. This popular wedding venue hosts groups as well as single travelers, offering a monthly tribute meal that includes free champagne and an elegant three-course meal. Wedding packages available through Lynnhurst offer extensive menu options and plenty of amenities, including a red-carpet welcome, an LED dance floor, and video services.
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... pump which was not tightened up on the shaft.
The noisy gearbox was mainly to do with push rod not tightened up. It was decided that the prop shafts needed to come off and get balanced when the bus gets back to the garage at Bridgeton on the Monday.
David made a couple of great Pizzas which we had for tea and another drop of wine then it was bed time.
Monday morning I set off at about 8.00 to drive back to Newton ...