The Gables Hotel

Address: 1 Annan Road, Gretna Green, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, DG16 5DQ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1 Annan Road, Gretna Green, is near World Famous Old Blacksmith's Shop Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Gretna Green

    Actually in North Yorkshire now, not Cumbria

    A travel blog entry by bondytourers on Aug 10, 2015

    8 photos

    ... Ingleby Cross. This we managed to do in only 8hrs 30min due to it being almost dead flat across the broad valley of the River Swale. Luckily there has been little rain so the paths were dry through paddocks of dairy cattle and sheep, then Lucerne and barley. We did not see one other walker going our way the entire day, though there were a few supposed to be doing the long trek. Most others split it into two days, though it would be pretty boring. However, we were very ...

    Lake Windemere

    A travel blog entry by stedders on Nov 02, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... to catch pike and crazed mountain bike riders.

    Even though the track is in a national park there were several farms along the track and Greg admired the sheep and cattle, which, he said, look very well feed and contented. The sheep looked remarkably white in the sun as compared to their dusty Australian cousins.

    After two hours walking we arrived at the castle and enjoyed a cup of coffee overlooking paddocks and ...

    Melrose Abbey and Hadrian's Wall

    A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Mar 27, 2014

    4 photos

    ... eventually. It was exceptionally windy, especially when we climbed to the top of the hill. Hadrian's Wall was built by the Romans as a strategical holding for their empire, which encompassed Britannia. You can still see the entrance and the ruins of many buildings, as well as some great views. The gale force winds caused many of our students to rush through the site, but Allison and I took our time to view it all. It's not every day you ...

    Across the Pond

    A travel blog entry by tlmylin on Oct 12, 2013

    219 photos

    ... out for lunch at a cute restaurant called "Bill's" where you can also buy different jams, spices, and bags. This is another town with a prestigious University and reminded me a lot of Oxford with the cobblestone streets, bikes and students everywhere. We walked through different markets where they had fresh bread, flowers, and produce. The buildings were all so neat to look at- much different from living in a nation that does not have ...

    A central location for a break in East Anglia

    A travel blog entry by andersonl2013 on May 29, 2013

    1 photo

    ... home?

    It is not so much a holiday as an investigation. When it comes to East Anglia the obvious place to take the family may be the Norfolk Broads but everyday life is not a holiday and cruising on the Broads is not going to be the reality if you are being asked to transfer to the main city in Norfolk,

    In order to get at least a general feel of ...