The Gordon Arms Hotel

Address: Dolphinton Road, West Linton, Scottish Borders, Scotland, EH46 7DR, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Dolphinton Road, West Linton.
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    Travel Blogs from West Linton

    Day Twenty-One (16.86 miles....cum 404.95)

    A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Jul 05, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    I wake to see Rob doing press ups! We are obviously feeling better. The power of Haggis Fritters perhaps? One thing I forgot to mention about Linlithgow was its church or more to the point its tower. See the picture. A place has to have something about it when they embellish their church tower like this!! Our day got off to an interesting start. As arranged we all made our way downstairs at 8am for breakfast to find the dining room locked and no one in sight. I wandered into ...

    Scotland

    A travel blog entry by tara.krenek on Jun 19, 2014

    2 comments, 329 photos

    ... quite enjoyable: "During a long and bloody history, Stirling Castle has been attacked or besieged at least 16 times. Three battles have been fought in its immediate vicinity, two of which were turning points in Scottish history . . . a fourth equally important battle took place just a few miles to the north. A number of Scottish Kings and Queens have been baptized, or crowned, or died in or near Stirling Castle" ("Stirling Castle"). From ...

    'Asking' for Permission

    A travel blog entry by _gonefishing on Nov 12, 2013

    ... quite a few places I really want to see, and I think I'll see if I can get my big camera to take nice photos on (maybe I'll ask for a camera for christmas, I find it annoying having to carry a DSLR around when I don't understand the features enough for it to be worth it).

    I'm super excited! :D

    'Till next time!

    PS: Not sure whether or not to tell my friends about this sooner or later. They already hate me for not having any exams...tee hee :)
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    First 24 hours in Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by joycastillo3 on Jul 12, 2013

    ... Edinburgh was also quite warm (high 70s or low 80s?), but the air was definitely thicker.
    As soon as we arrived, we figured out the bus system (the Europeans have us beat on at least two fronts: bread and public transportation!!) and headed to our lodging to ditch the bags. I was simultaneously tickled and dismayed that the bus driver was a bearded red-head...cliches only encourage me! Our digs are very nice-a 3rd story room ...

    The Land of Kilts, Haggis, and Whiskey

    A travel blog entry by gshea43 on Feb 01, 2013

    107 photos

    ... I tried both. For those of you who do not know what haggis is...look it up. But first, look at my picture of it! I thought it was quite delicious. It has a smoky, spicy flavor to it. If you like meat, burgers, ribs, pulled pork, etc. then you will like haggis. It is a very common dish in Scotland. It was on the menus for breakfast at literally all of the cafes that we went into. I just do not think that it would be everywhere it if was bad! I, however, was not a big fan ...