Barns Ness Hotel

Station Road, Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland, EH42 1JY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dunbar

Giant Gulls, Seals, and the Dark Side of Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by karanathan


Today was a fun day. At 9pm we had a walk planned for the Dark Side of Edinburgh through Sandeman's Tours but to not waste the day before then we made the forty minute drive up to Dunbar.

Dunbar is a small coastal town in East Lothians, it's not traditional a must-see destination when doing research on Scotland but it did have a wonderful little harbour to walk around. The best part of this harbour was when five or six seals made their way into the ...


A travel blog entry by jimmymac2012


... though I’ve bought them a nice bottle of single malt as a token of my appreciation, I fear such sentiment falls short in comparison to the generosity they’ve shown me; particularly, when considering how they’ve taken care of me after falling ill with what I suspect to be pneumonia. More on this later...

This past week marked my first brewery tour across the pond, to Edinburgh’s Caledonian Brewery. This visit ...

Och aye laddie and lassies

A travel blog entry by global_montys


... a pint and catch a cab into the centre of Dunbar. Man it is cold as we walk along the main street in Dunbar. We see the beach and we decide to and check out the waves. We walk down listening to Grace sing " let's go to the beach, beach let's get away" ( Nicki Minaj). There's a playground down there so the kids run around and go off and play, they weren't feeling the cold while running ...

The Royal Mile

A travel blog entry by msloudermilk


... early 16th centuries. We were surprised to learn that they are the oldest royal regalia in the UK. We also found the story of the Stone of Destiny particularly fascinating. Many legends exist around the stone but the most popular gives its origin as the pillow the biblical patriarch Jacob slept on when he dreamed of the ladder to heaven. Whatever its origin, the stone was used in coronations of Scottish monarchs from 1057 to ...

If Not Peace, Then War!

A travel blog entry by kec100


... Canada, right around the time of the Highland Clearances – when the clans were brutally removed from their homelands to clear the land for sheep-herding and a great many of them fled to Canada. ( entries/kec100/3/1320002559/tpod.html) And Clan Gunn was a coastal clan – related to the Vikings. They may have been right in the path of the exodus.

I bought some tartan.


This hotel, located on Station Road, Dunbar, is near Dunbar.
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