BEST WESTERN Philipburn Country House Hotel

Address: Linglie Road, Selkirk, Borders, Scotland, TD7 5LS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Linglie Road, Selkirk, is near Abbotsford House.
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      Keswick back to Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by datkins506 on May 14, 2014

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      ... a motor bike rider rode by doing it tough. Worst of the rain cleared when we got to the bottom, stopped for fuel and met another bike rider on a Honda VTR. Warned him of the conditions and he checked his phone - he had received a text from his mate, the guy that rode by earlier, confirming how atrocious the conditions were at the top. Returned the car. Did not mention the missing front passenger side hub cap - clearly not fit for purpose. Arrived home to find A.Dot had my flu ... not happy ...

      Bonny Scotland

      A travel blog entry by ozvere on Oct 10, 2013

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      ... English team in the Scottish league!

      Since we are on a rail saga you should know that the town is dominated by the Royal (so decreed at the opening by Queen Victoria in 1850) Border Bridge. A 659 metre long viaduct carrying the London to Edinburgh trains over the Tweed river at Tweedmouth. It has 28 stone arches each 18m wide and carries the railway 121 feet (37m) above the river Tweed. ...

      Edinburgh Nursery School (Cowgate)

      A travel blog entry by muggie on Sep 27, 2013

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      ... their tour. I went into a local shop and bought myself a beautiful tartan shawl and a thistle pin for the shoulder. Not sure how I'm going to wear it at all in Perth. No need for anything warm for most of the year. We'll see!
      We then walked down the hill to the train station and caught the train back to Dunblane station. I think the trip was around about 50 minutes. The train was comfortable and we had seats for the whole journey. After our trip to Tesco and I'd managed to get ...

      Edinburgh - Day 3

      A travel blog entry by cpeirson on Jul 21, 2013

      34 photos

      ... played again and Mary Queen of Scot's was a regular player. In the 18th century the first golf club was founded by 22 local gentlemen and farmers and called The Society of Gentlemen Golfers. King William IIII founded the Royal and Ancient Golf Club in the 19th century. This club set the rules and standards of golf currently used worldwide except for the USA. Today there are five courses. St Andrews golf course is not private but belongs to the people of ...

      EXTRA!! Puff the M. D. and Co. Escpe Chldhood Pt.I

      A travel blog entry by lilyface on Jan 22, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... I think, either from the perspective of a Christian reader, or from the perspective of someone interested by Christianity. Oh, that's me. Besides which, as a walking cliche, I'm really oughtn't be one to judge.

      Books over. Moving on:

      On Friday night my flatmates all gathered in the combined kitchen-common area and had a lovely dinner together. My roommate from Maine cooked, my roommate from Canada supplied the wine, my roommate from France baked ...