Traquair Arms Hotel

Address: Innerleithen, Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Innerleithen, is near Traquair House, Kailzie Gardens, and River Tweed.
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      Day Twenty Two (20 miles.....cum 424.95)

      A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Jul 06, 2014

      5 comments, 12 photos

      ... away for another day as again this route was well waymarked. We were quickly climbing and then dropping over into a secluded, almost hidden valley. Unlike yesterday, this was less moorland- little heather- more pastures and forestry. But good walking and some great views. Eight miles later we were looking down on Peebles and I was delighting in annoying Rob with poor imitations of Trina's favourite "Peebles for Pleasure" slogan, said in what I can only describe as ...


      A travel blog entry by deirjohn on Jul 29, 2013

      2 photos

      ... the place that inspired the creation of Sherlock Holmes. Well it wouldn't inspire anything today. It was one of those places that you can't complain about the service because there was none. Oh well at least my lamb shank pie was very nice. Still very limited vegetables with both our meals. Then we trudged back to the hotel, up the 67 steps to our room, to find that the tv is still not working properly. Sounds like a early night coming up. I need it I'm ...

      Hairy Coo

      A travel blog entry by scribble_kitty on May 28, 2013

      4 photos

      ... It was simply awe inspiringly heart breakingly breathtaking. My pics/vids will never do it justice. The iron grey sky reflected on the still lake and I was like being surrounded by mercury. There was an old priory on the lake as well and someone out doing some fishing. It was so idyllic. There are flowers everywhere. There are rabbits hopping and sheep in proliferation. The tour was a great snapshot of what I will see in much greater detail on my 10 day ...

      Taking it on The Chin

      A travel blog entry by infinitytheatre on Aug 10, 2012

      27 photos

      ... supporting each other and bravely getting through the show.

      Tonight was all about Joe, Ali, Catherine, Mickey. It was a tough show, yet I have so much respect for how those guys went out and gave it their all. They poured their souls into the show and worked so *************e around them supported them and came together to do the very best that they could. Once again, I was proud of them. I had a very ...

      Away with the fairies.

      A travel blog entry by travellingted on Jun 17, 2012

      ... would have picked up the 'Southern Upland Way' much earlier, but it is encountered at Yar Bridge, which crosses the Tweed. The weekend has not been a washout for enthusiasts here, indeed it has probably increased their interests. Slalom gates hang from wires hung across the waters and canoeists have pitted themselves against each other as well as the elements. With the river in a fast flowing fury, a test for even the best.