Kirkhouse Inn

Address: Glasgow Road, Strathblane, Stirling, Scotland, G63 9AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Glasgow Road, Strathblane, is near Glengoyne Distillery, Mugdock Country Park, Cape Wrath, and Campsie Glen.
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    Travel Blogs from Strathblane

    Day 21 Scotland

    A travel blog entry by strawney61 on Jul 31, 2013

    6 photos

    ... of his entree it was delicious Singa main meal was beef pie & a pint & dessert cheese cake & a pint. Spaj ordered beef & chicken surf & turf with rice, Strawney had chicken with pepper sauce & rice & we had a free dessert chocolate cake that Strawney had. I had a Cajun chicken burger with chips, once again the meals were great. After dinner we had back to the pub next door to our B&B for a night cap. Early night we left the pub at 10 ...

    Back home! Cannae believe it....

    A travel blog entry by momoschmidt on Aug 25, 2012


    ... we sang once more on the tunes of California by Phantom Planet and a few others that Jojo had burnt on a CD just for our american trip. We'd wished to get the car's roof down for this memorable moment of us singing loudly, unfortunately the bears back in Yosemite Park had let us down and never came close to take our roof off despite leaving in the car all sorts of crisps, uncooked spaghetti pastas, bread and biscuit crumbs and even a mini carrot in a wee splash of milk turned sour ...

    Breasclete Day 12- Back to the old grind and baski

    A travel blog entry by weecousins on Aug 21, 2011

    20 photos

    ... needed to have phone booths on the roads near villages for emergencies. Imagine nowadays only being able to use a phone for an emergency and having to travel some distance over the crazy roads to find a phone booth!) Our boat turned out not to be a boat but a rib. Who knew ribs could float. It seated 8 people behind the driver ( or is he called the captain?) and 4 in front of him. If you could call them seats. They were more like saddles which one straddled. Which was fine for me ...

    Devon to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by griffs-on-tour on Nov 08, 2010

    1 photo

    Epic journey up to Glasgow. For us not so bad but for Cara's parents in the van a Herculean effort taking over 12 hours. The van was unloaded and all our worldly possessions stashed. Boxes were labelled and stored. There was black ice outside. Winter in Scotland had already arrived.

    Bags were packed and unpacked. Discussions about what was ...

    Day 32 - Keith suffers on a day of two halves

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 21, 2010

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... in his stride. His senses are recovering. He has once again been refreshed by the wild raspberries and all the scents of the wild flowers, the chirping of the birds and the infinity of lush green colouring mixed with every pastel hue of wild flower known to man, have all combined like a massive multi vitamin tablet to give him a boost. He's feeling good with his spirit refreshed and energised. He's feeling ready to argue the point with Greg about ...