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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... subway and caught the train to the botanical gardens. The hothouse displays were very good and the garden grounds are lovely. Finally walked from there back to our accommodation. Will eat dinner tonight at the same place as last night. Scotland versus Poland tonight for 2016 Euro Cup qualifying. The pub was packed tonight with mainly men to watch the big game. The atmosphere was great and we enjoyed the match. Result 2-2 so the publican was saved from free ...
... castle was key in the War of Independence and was the place for the Courts of James IV, James V, Mary Queen of Scots and James VI. This is the castle defended by Robert the Bruce and William Wallace. From the 1200's to the 1600's this castle played an important role in the history of both Scotland and England. Besieged over fifteen times throughout the centuries it changed hands eight times, yet it still stands upon its rock stoically guarding over the valley. The castle is restored to ...
... have an Aussie accent with a wee bit of Scottish thrown in.
After tea we headed back along Rose Street, swinging past the car in George Street to get jackets as it was a bit cooler now, then went back along to St Andrews Square to see if there was more music on. We managed to find a seat in the Aperol tent again and listened to a couple of guys who were really good and then Michelle McManus sung a couple of numbers. I hadn't heard of ...
... and we booked in there. So we left the tourist centre eventually and headed up to Norwood Guesthouse, which seemed quite nice. The owner, Robert showed us up to our rooms, where we had all the little luxuries! TV, real towels, our own bathrooms, proper beds! It was amazing! So I decided I would just chill out in here, watch some telly and catch up on my blogging while Darren went out to the pub with Lyle. He came back after ...
... the Redcoats. Happy to say they never found him and he lived until 62. Our tour director Harry said he used to rob cattle from one clan and blame the other clan for it, then return the cattle and claim payment for getting them back!!! Quite the entrepreneur.
Now in Glasgow for the night. We visited Glasgow Cathedral, St George Square and we took ourselves off for a walk around the Glasgow city, holding ...