Royal Marine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... the indigenous love of spirits is the food
it generates. It's all a bit of a Foodies paradise. Some great food brands had
their genesis in these parts. Baxters Foods, Walkers Shortbread, Glenfiddich
whisky and the list goes on. It is truly Scotland's larder. Oh and yes, whisky
is a food for those who might have been confused most all of them were or still
are, family businesses being run by the 3rd, 4th or even 5th generations.
Baxters is a case in ...
Day 6 started slowly, as most were tired from last night. Short journey to Forres with all twelve teeing off from 9 am...
Out with SA and IM again.... Had some good fun an we all played well. Mr Mac has rediscovered his form and was back to his better self on the course... On the second when I asked S if he wanted the flag in or out, S replied yes please!! Gonna be one of those days.
No lost balls for me and a couple ...
We checked into Hay Lodge Bed & Breakfast in Nairn (lovely B&B), strolled past The Bandstand and The Toorie, walked about (and played on) Leisure Park, had dinner at the Aurora Hotel, drinks at The Classroom and Havelock House...lovely ...
... to see out of the window." His answer was brief; "because they haven't washed it yet." If she was dissatisfied with this response she did not let on.
However I did manage to identify the right stretch of road and was at last on my way along the A9 once again. As on day 36 there did not seem to be much chance on walking close to the shore. I reached Dunbeath quickly. It is the birthplace of novelist Neil Gunn. I took a short ...
The forecast today was for heavy rain but we woke to cloudy skies, little wind and no rain!! Yippee! With lunch sorted we set off fairly earl towards Kirkton, a farm with a small lane that crossed the railway line and led down to Loch Fleet National Nature Reserve. Looking at the map I could walk down the lane and through Balblair Wood to link up with the Littleferry Road and walk along a lane into Golspie rather than along the A9. I am so glad I chose this route as I was rewarded ...