Old Manse of Marnoch

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

Our Last Day in Scotland

A travel blog entry by matt_terry_173


... take a few pics. Then on to Hopeman where we were shown a real links golf course, the village was quite pretty, the buildings are so different to Devon. The East coast is lovely, green rolling hills. We carried onto Speyside Cooperage, we hadn't been to a cooperage before and it was quite interesting watching the men working on the different kegs, before we had the tour there was a short film to watch. After we went and had a ...

Farting cats & dogs

A travel blog entry by daily4


... so that won't be happening again.

been walking/ pulled along (spotty) quite a bit but yesterday was toned down due to rain. today we made up for it with a bit more exercise. started with a trip down to the river for some splash and dash. the dogs splashed than dashed. they come back but God it can be freaky when you can't see them. I think it's b/c they out number me three to one. but who can leave one behind when off walking? it seems ...


A travel blog entry by gaeburnett


Left Inverkeithing and drove through Glenrothes, Forfar and on to Crathes. Visited Crathes Castle for the afternoon, ancestral home of the Burnetts. Found our way to Aboyne and staying in the Huntly Arms Hotel. I saw a red deer on the way. Col was driving. The gardens at the castle are beautiful. HVe no photos to add as iPad was flat. Have photos on ...

Day 32: Peterhead day 22

A travel blog entry by inhissteps


David and Pat woke up late due to jetlag. We headed to the grocery to get chicken and supplies for the potluck dishes and a few meals in the next couple of days. After dropping off the groceries we then headed for portsoy! Portsoy yesterday through tomorrow was have a maritime festival. We got their a little late, but got their late enough they didn't charge for us to come in and ...

The best and the worst

A travel blog entry by twovines


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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