Tor-na-Coille

Address: Inchmarlo Road, Banchory, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB31 4AB, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Inchmarlo Road, Banchory, is near Crathes Castle, Drum Castle & Gardens, Banchory Museum, and Cullerie Farm Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Banchory

    Edinburgh castle and St Andrews

    A travel blog entry by lindeelee on Jun 03, 2015

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    ... a couple of shells! We head up to the rooftop terrace and get a pretty good view all around,.Not being a golf fan I was still pretty impressed. From there we make our way to Aberdeen......cant say that was our favourite town. We stayed right in the centre of town and headed to the wharf/beach for some dinner, We were on foot and following directions given by the girl at the front desk. We walked for miles in back streets ...

    An Eider down

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Apr 21, 2012

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    ... It's a pretty spot with an elevated view point just north of the village with a convenient car park. Armed with telescopes, cameras and pasties we walked up the fifty or so steps to the view point from where we could see an extensive area of sea.

    Plenty of common birds were in the area with a few Red-throated Divers passing by but despite good conditions we couldn't find any evidence of cetaceans. We ate our pasties and had a couple of bottles of pop. Julie saw ...

    Northwards Ho!

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Apr 20, 2012

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    ... about 2C). There was still plenty of snow on the hill tops which to our surprise were all visible. We'd expected low cloud because it had been raining on and off for most of the day.

    Another bird watcher arrived by car so we went over to say hello having managed to dodge a couple of short but icy showers in the shelter provided by the ski-centre buildings. He too was looking for Ptarmigans and told us that he had just seen ...

    Och aye the nu - Mr bounce

    A travel blog entry by robliz2011 on May 03, 2011

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    ... up in the excitement. Our host at Pentland Lodge had watched it all with about a litre of Pimm's so was pretty happy and proud to be British when we arrived :) Still - wow! What a dress!

    If you ever get to this part of the world, we would highly recommend you do the boat tour around the Stroma Island. Even Charlie and Camilla have done it! They apparently didn't wear the protective gear however as thought they looked "ridiculous". To watch the way the ...

    Aberdeen to Aberdeen to Inverbervie

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on May 15, 2010

    ... bit of the route and go for a more direct way, discovered why the official route didn't go this way as necessitated a very difficult dash across the dualcarriage way of the busy trunk road we'd decided to get off earlier. Lunch was taken sat on the grass verge of a country lane. Up and down and winding back and forth we eventually had the reward of a long swoop down into Stonehaven, rather fittingly the home of the inventor of the pneumatic tyre. The sun suddenly was out, it ...