Mill Forge Hotel

Address: Gretna Green, Kirkpatrick Fleming, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, DG11 3BQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gretna Green, Kirkpatrick Fleming, is near World Famous Old Blacksmith's Shop Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Kirkpatrick Fleming

    St. Andrews to Carlisle

    A travel blog entry by barbara.goodall on Jul 03, 2015

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    ... however this town not very impressive. Back south via eastern Edinburgh and through pretty countryside, rolling hills back to England. Very pretty drive, and we stopped somewhere in the country for a cup of tea. Back to England and the city of Carlisle. Depressed castle town, would not bother to ...

    London and Pre-contiki

    A travel blog entry by victoriatravels on Jul 02, 2015

    ... off at storage for £1 per bag. Nick and i then left to see the sights. We say Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. The iconic Big Ben, which was alot bigger than i thought and was so beautiful with the gold artwork. We also saw  the guards on their horses. the horses were looking immaculate, with polish on their shoes and not a hair out of place. the riders looked unbelievably young, one was a woman and couldnt have been more than 18 at the most. we ...

    London to Exeter

    A travel blog entry by chintz on May 30, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... of eighty five thousand people. It was founded in 500BC and settled by the Romans in 44AD. The Roman Baths were said to have had many healing qualities with thirty different elements and minerals. The Baths were later rediscovered in 1720, by a wealthy gent who then made them the centre of English society. The original Bath Abbey was built in 944. Bath originally was an ecclesiastical and wool trading town. The ...

    South Wales

    A travel blog entry by traveldons on May 30, 2015

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... the story of the coal industry, complete with underground tour guided by a former miner, so we got to ride in the cage to a depth of 90M. The museum is very well done and an early OH&S innovation of installing state of the art bathrooms was a huge saving for households to have the miners arrive home minus most of the dirt. This meant the coal dust wasn't taken into the homes and contaminating their families. Across the other side of this heritage town is ...

    Sausage Rolls in Paradise

    A travel blog entry by jsafnuk on Jul 05, 2014

    9 photos

    ... on to our picnic spot. This place was an old dynamite mine and had stunning views over the water, just amazing. We had our sausage rolls in paradise. Next we visited the kilt rocks which is rumoured to have been made by a giant hanging his kilt there too long and it made impressions in the stone. If you listened close there you could hear the fairie horns calling. Our final tour adventure of the day was a bus ride up the mountain (very small, very ...