West End Guest House

Address: 282 High Street, Elgin, Moray, Scotland, IV301AG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 282 High Street, Elgin, is near Gordon & MacPhail and Daisy Rock.
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      Travel Blogs from Elgin

      Scots Highland Christmas

      A travel blog entry by benbrydie on Dec 28, 2014

      12 photos

      In the highlands of Scotland
      Our Christmas we spent
      North to our Bothy
      In a Red Sleigh we went

      Our beds were in cupboards
      With a glass ceiling pane
      To gaze at the stars
      And the sleet, snow and rain

      On the morning of Christmas
      There were presents galore
      Under our branch tree
      And our stockings had more

      We had Champagne at brunch
      Our pancakes to toast
      Then 8 hours to cook
      Our Christmas Pork Roast
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      Speyside and the Highlands

      A travel blog entry by dannib on Oct 17, 2014

      4 photos

      ... just 12 miles north of Dufftown. The coastal town is called Lossiemouth. A main attraction at Elgin is the Cashmere factory shop for Johnston of Elgin. Well worth a visit.

      We we ended our visit to Speyside with a tour and tasting at Glenfiddich Distillery which just on the outskirts of Dufftown

      Tomorrow we head for Edinburgh.




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      Och laddie go north to the sea!!

      A travel blog entry by latintraveller on Sep 26, 2014

      4 photos

      ... on this fine North Eastern tour
      was the fishing port of Lossiemouth. It’s a marvelous little village built on
      the fishing grounds that used to provide its income. It has seen its share of
      tragedy as has most fishing villages. Most notable is the Stotfield disaster on
      Christmas Day 1806. The upshot of this was that the village of Stotfield west
      of Lossiemouth was left with 17 widows, 47 orphaned children and 2 old men. It
      never recovered. Of note in ...

      That's the Spirit

      A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Sep 19, 2014

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... is relegated to our memory.

      How swiftly the time passes. How blessed Rick and I are to have been able to travel these many months and be healthy and well the entire time. What an adventure this has been. Thirteen countries!


      It's time to say “Goodbye” to Boat of Garten and the Scottish Highlands as we move south to Edinburgh for some big city sights. ...

      Meeting old friends

      A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Aug 13, 2014

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... down their face to prevent their faces getting burnt - side burns. 'No room to swing a cat' is also from this time period. When a soldier was accused they were taken to the commander who would give the sentence and punishment to fit. If it was the 'cat of 9 tails' the commander would fetch it from his draw, give it to his subordinate and tell him "there's no room to swing the cat in here, take him ...