Open Arms Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOpen Arms Hotel Dirleton
Having had some less than desirable hotel stays in Scotland we were reluctant to stay in another but, with no B&B's available we gave it a shot. We booked a dinner, bed and breakfast with them and were absolutely astounded at the quality of the food and service we received..and it was quiet! Very nice village, well worth the visit.
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- Pictavia in Creiff was very child friendly and interactive. The rune rubbing wall was very popular.
Saturday was spent catching up on things: sleep, laundry, chatting to mum and dad, putting away everything I took away with me. You get the idea. Went to the supermarket late morning, and then spent the rest of the day sitting around. Wasn't helped by the fact I had come down with a cold. Sunday started slow. I wasn't sure what to do with myself. Motivation wasn't helped by not feeling well. But I knew I couldn't waste a day ...
... the weather was starting to turn, so we managed a couple of quick stops for a few photos and turned for home. On the return journey we skirted around Glasgow and finally got back into Edinburgh about 6pm. We walked back to the hotel after dropping off the car and again had tea in the hotel bar. It was then back to the room to pack and prepare to say goodbye to Edinburgh and the U.K. tomorrow and fly over to ...
... for a cup of coffee. Then we went to M & S to buy some dinner. Kent selected a beef casserole and I chose two vegetable dishes, all of which simply needed to be heated in the oven for 20 minutes. The result was reasonably OK. We did a second load of washing today. It's very convenient to have that facility so we can leave here with all of our clothes clean. We watched TV ...
... on a beautiful stretch of sand with lovely views across to the lighthouse on Fidra. It's also clear enough to see the Fife coastline clearly today. The tide is almost in and we set off in the direction of North Berwick, me splashing through the water and Ian scavenging on the shoreline. We reach the end of the bay and turn the corner into the next. From here we can see North Berwick Law which we climbed yesterday looming in the background. After a while we turn ...