Manor House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Matthew left Stirling in the wee hours of the morning to catch a plane to Rome from Glasgow airport. The travelling team will miss their shining knight. We summoned up the courage to drive south to Berwick upon Tweed which is on the coast. This town would be the stopping point for us on the way to York. Sally the Sat Nav was put into action. ...
... which were not open as we were too early. The island is quite low and the main part of the present town is near the Priory with many of the buildings looking over 300 years old. We leave at 10.15with water starting to cover the road. It was amazing to drive across a road well over a mile long that will soon be covered as the tide comes in. We head to Alnwick (pronounced Annick) near where we will spend the night. As we drive towards the town we are met by ...
Today we are on our way to Scotland, on the way we went to Alnwick Castle , which is Hogwarts from Harry Potter. After we walked a little bit of the castle we went to broomstick training were dad looks like he's been drinking too much in the picture but he hasn't, it was fun. Then we had to drive another heap to Arrochar, were we are staying in Scotland. It was at least 7 or 8 o'clock when we got to our little lochside ...
... Went inland to Alnwick which was a nice town. The kids finally found the Star Wars movie they had been searching every charity shop for. Then to Cragside House near Rothbury which is a very cool Arts and Crafts style Victorian mansion built by a wealthy engineer. It was very innovative and way ahead of its time in lots of ways including a lift and electric lightning. It was the first house to have lighting powered by hydroelectricity. We went for a ...
Up early & excited. Headed off with Jim to Hepburn Moor to try and locate my Great Uncles Spitfire that crash up here in 1944. Spent the whole day wandering around up here, very peaceful with the occasional RAF trainer flying past. Located 3 small pieces, jus enough to keep us interested. The off to Eyemouth in Scotland to pick up Jim's ...