Royal Hotel

Address: 1 Glaisnock Street, New Cumnock, East Ayrshire, Scotland, KA18 1BP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Glaisnock Street, New Cumnock, is near Castle Park Golf Course.
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          Travel Blogs from New Cumnock

          Gluten-free Glasgow

          A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Jul 14, 2014

          44 photos

          ... sought after celebrant we were able to steal him away for more excursions. Gluten-free fish and chip picnic and exploring the beautiful Rouken Glen Park, watching the World Cup semi-final and final, spending a day exploring Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument (hence the quote at the beginning). Another highlight was when we surprised Mark with afternoon tea. As you can tell by now, gluten is an issue with this crowd and Ross, being celiac ...

          Where's my kilt???

          A travel blog entry by karenmorlock on Apr 06, 2014

          9 photos

          ... but all of the grassy areas are so green, it almost hurts the eyes.

          Once we arrived at the pier, we boarded our boat to take a 30 minute cruise of England's largest lake. Perfect timing as we just got to the top observation deck (covered deck, thankfully) and it started to rain. We then realized the only way back down to the lower levels was to go back out in the rain, so we toughed it out on the top ...

          Look out the Aussie's are coming

          A travel blog entry by rhondathomas on Jul 12, 2013

          4 photos

          ... br>
          It was easy to fall in love with Langholm which is a typical Scottish country town. can see many photo opportunities when we return.

          After coffee and dropping off the excess baggage we set off with our course set for Glasgow airport to drop pick up Jenny and drop off our rental car at Europcar.

          Mission accomplished we all headed into Glasgow to ...

          Rain, rain, rain

          A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 21, 2012


          ... mining. At Wilsontown there is a church and a cemetery. I am not sure that the Carluke lady with the records can have known about this. It should predate Forth’s church because the mining was in its heyday prior to 1841 and the Forth church was not built until 1876. I had already decided to return with my camera as I no longer need to go to Carnwarth, so I did not dally in the wet at the ...

          Waterfalls, Willy Wastle and Wasted Wench

          A travel blog entry by teambf on May 10, 2012

          ... and tries to calm him. She can barely string a sentence together through her twisted mouth so her efforts are fruitless.Mind you, this is from a highly intoxicated English man who lives in Scotland selling legal highs to children and has never been to Australia so it is more amusing than anything.

          The lovely bar lady just says "Welcome to Catrine."