Old Manse of Marnoch

Bridge of Marnoch, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB54 7RS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Huntly

A mighty hard ride

A travel blog entry by adventurescot

12

... in snow. It was here I saw a chap looking out a window and pointing at me, I can just imagine what he was thinking!!

The road up here was simply covered in snow and my worry was getting down the other side of the pass which is extremely steep. Over the cattle grid I go and onto the steep decent. There ahead were a few truck marks in the snow but my question was “do I go in the truck marks or stay in the snow?” and after just ...

Inverness

A travel blog entry by vieja47

14

At Logan Cottage Tuesday nite: Just had a delicious dinner at Spice Tandoori -- 3 thumbs up! Wednesday morning: Up and ready to take on the day. Visiting Cawdor Castle, Culloden, and Loch Ness. If there is time, also Urquhart Castle. Here we go! Wednesday afternoon/early evening: toured the Loch Ness centre, climbed the Urquhart Castle ruins ( which included Grant Tower, @Donna Sprudz !), and the exhibit at the grounds of the Battle of Culloden. ...

Leaving Scotland

A travel blog entry by digbyrose

12

... A soaring symphony of arches, towers and windows, fretted against the sky". The sectarian hatred resulting from the Reformation was extreme. The Cathedral was abandoned and the beautiful carved wooden altar was chopped up for firewood. The coastal towns, Buckie to Portknockie are very picturesque. We have a seafood meal at the fishing village of Whitehills and spend our last night ...

A day seeing many things.

A travel blog entry by laurenmcwilliam

... of life, fertility and magic for many centuries. It was kind of like the stone henge where no one really knows how they got there, interesting. After the stone circles that was the end of our tour so we went back to their place and I stayed and had dinner with them, roast chicken yummy. Then the dropped me home later after I was ready to go home. I had a great day, it was so good just to be out of the house and seeing something, anything. I enjoyed ...

The best and the worst

A travel blog entry by twovines

5

This morning starts brightly for our visit to Craigievar Castle, which has been continuously inhabited without major alterations since 1626. We arrive at opening time to be sure of a visit as this castle is by ticketed guided tour only. It's possible to book ahead but we didn't. There's a great view from the castle and turns out we're the only visitors so we have our own personal tour guide. It's a great tour and definitely the ...

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