Kirkhouse Inn

Address: Glasgow Road, Strathblane, Stirling, Scotland, G63 9AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

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

    Forth again

    A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 23, 2012

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... street.

    I visited the Wilsontown cemetery, the only local burial ground and found several graves I could now recognise from the family trees, but none from earlier times. It is closed, as being full, but there are large areas without stones in the older part of the cemetery, so perhaps they were there. However, it seems that both Forth and Wilsontown were Free Church until 1876, so they may not have agreed with that doctrine. From there I ...

    Pieces of the story

    A travel blog entry by dreamwriter on Aug 12, 2011

    4 photos

    ... place would put me in my element. Although it was a fleeting visit of sorts as it was pouring with rain and the contingent were keen to find dry land. Graves scattered the hillside, all different shapes and sizes, but all older with an air of enchantment.

    Following this we visited the oldest house in Glasgow. Looking from the road, it looked like a pokey little cottage however inside told a different story. Lots of smaller rooms and several stories high however the deceiving ...

    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

    ... birds and saw a small mammal running ahead of us on the path which without a rabbit tail we could not identify. We followed this reserve which is made up of a mix of meadow, marshland, scrub, woodland and wetland habitats. We walked along the Lime Walk as we came out of the nature reserve and into Adder's Gill Wood. Finally we emerged into open pasture land. By now it was 12.30 and we felt we were making good time. Keith was beginning to develop ...

    American Takeover of a Glaswegian Pub

    A travel blog entry by bxbomberbabe on Jan 23, 2009

    ... this was one of their social nights so there was a theme (Rabbie Burns) and all of the guys were dressed in kilts, as well as a lot of the girls, and people were wearing Scottish flags as shirts. We finally found the president and vice president of the club, got the basic info shouted to us over the music, paid our 15 and filled out the paperwork. Apparently, we had to join the gym in order to be a member of a sports club, so I added that to my ever growing to-do ...