The White Swan Hotel

Address: 31-32 Market Square , Duns, Borders, Scotland, TD11 3AL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 31-32 Market Square , Duns, is near Manderston.
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      Travel Blogs from Duns

      Muirfield and N Berwick

      A travel blog entry by chipg on Apr 10, 2014

      46 photos

      ... one – there is one set of tees. We invite you to play from there.

      The course is magic, see pics for confirmation. Great views, tons of history, hard, hard, hard, the wind blows and holes are constantly forcing you to play into the wind, down wind and many holes in the dreaded cross wind. If there is anything we learned about golf in Scotland is that a cross wind is brutal. We all played pretty well in the morning and I found that a low skulled hybrid off the tee ...

      Week 1 - What the hell have I got myself into?

      A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Oct 13, 2013

      7 photos

      ... of play on Friday I had a full size technical drawing of my table, together with a 1/10th scale model of it, and I've started to draw up a list of the wood that I will need To make it. Not bad for 5 days from a standing start. Next week includes lessons on turning wood. I will have to pay special attention to this as I have gone a bit soft and decided to have lovely curvaceous turned legs on my very straight edged hall table.







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      Inverness to Musselburgh

      A travel blog entry by gtlr on Jun 08, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... the steps and up again to the carpark. What gave me a giggle was the disabled access carparks that then led to the most uneven walkway I have ever been on and there was certainly no disabled access to the ruins. Geoff thought it most rude that they hadn't built a bridge across to it for easier access!!

      From here it was back into the car and onto Edinburgh. The bridges into Edinburgh are stunning, and what a way to arrive.
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      Bonnie Scotland

      A travel blog entry by mental_blank on Dec 29, 2008

      So we made it to Scotland 2 days before Christmas & it was good to finally be in one place for more than just a day or 2. We are staying with my dad's cousins on a lovely property in the Scottish countryside. Havent been out much having had Christmas and Boxing Day but have done a little bit of sightseeing ...

      The Past Three Weeks....Full of Ups and Downs...

      A travel blog entry by lizz921 on Mar 30, 2008

      1 comment, 74 photos

      ... customs that go on through out the world and it was cool and an eye opening exhibit. After the museum we made our way to the modern gallery and we saw what we thought was a parade was definitely not a parade. It was anti-war protest and it had many banners and signs with a picture of George Bush on it saying Number One World Terrorist. The five other people I was with including me were in shock because none of us had never seen something like that before and for the first time ...