Taychreggan Hotel & Restaurant

Address: 4 Ellieslea Road, Dundee, Scotland, DD5 1JG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 4 Ellieslea Road, Dundee, is near Broughty Castle, Sensation Dundee, HM Frigate Unicorn, and St. Kilda.
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    Alnwick to st Andrews

    A travel blog entry by barbara.goodall on Jul 02, 2015

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    Beautiful views of Alnwick Castle as we left. Took the A1 to Scotland. Drove through Edinburgh but couldn't find a park (GPS takes you to the centre and we needed to do more research). So decided to drive on up to St. Andrews over the Forth Bridge. Once there, parked in the Main Street and found a little cafe for lunch. While walking through the town came across the Russell hotel at ...

    Felt Like a Big City

    A travel blog entry by andrewamos on Sep 21, 2014

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    Edinburgh to Dundee

    A travel blog entry by flyingkiwi on Aug 19, 2013

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    ... him. Then took my camera and went to get a map from the discovery centre. Then walked along the sea and sat down for a bit before walking behind teacups to go for a walk bit couldn't get over the train lines so had to go back the way I came and walk around the boat to get for he water side again. Climbed a little tower and went by the docks. Then went up past a lot of little churches and through and around Dundee. ...

    Sea, not just dividing the country, but its people

    A travel blog entry by myriamcaron on Apr 29, 2012

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    ... Simple
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    Home Is Where the Heart Is

    A travel blog entry by iamsavingferris on Mar 02, 2012

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    ... the attractiveness of my mother but as long as I manage to look like my mum when I reach her age I'm not going to protest. Anyway, the last time my mother and CG encountered each other CG was promised a hug. And more or less we went back to my house so he could collect his hug.
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