How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Willowbank Hotel Largs
Travel Blogs from Largs
... on the 9th floor, and it's mid-afternoon. I have no idea what the rest of my day will hold, but I'm going to Edinburgh tomorrow, and I'm taking a train! So that'll be fun. Oh - I tried haggis at breakfast this morning, and as promised, I took a video. It's hilarious. Enjoy that. Also, the local soda, Irn Bru, is bright orange and tastes like bubble gum. And it's SUPER fizzy! I don't hate it, but I'm not sure I'll buy it again. That's all for now! I love you love you love ...
... twists and turns of the narrow path between the trees. He overtook me at the next car park where I waited a couple of minutes for a toilet but I soon gave up knowing I could crouch down somewhere, the joys of being an ultra runner. I overtook him again and didn't see him but was so pleased to know he finished. I almost wished I'd taken the head net Andy had offered as the midges along this section were relentless. It didn't take long for my legs to become black, a graveyard ...
... do with the acid of the STOMACH IT'S COOKED IN. People eat the craziest things. Like Irn Bru, which I also tried. While wearing tartan socks I got in the Primark that day.
The next day I got to see a little bit more of what Lesley's life was like, when I went to her university with her. We just pretended I was one of the normal students in the class. There was a scary moment when it seemed like the TA-type guy was going to come around and chat with all the groups, ...
... Best cup of tea since leaving home - thanks Valerie). We picked up some things, that I'm sure will be of great interest to her family, and headed off to find our B&B.
Best B&B so far - an old rectory beside another church. (Seems to be few of these in Scotland) Great night - great brekky - now it's off to the lakes district.
Catch ya later
Frankie and Susie.
... from the Kelvingrove. We saw a courtyard that wasn't gated, so we entered, and fell in love. It was like a palace. Inbetween the courtyards were 'The Cloisters', which I had forgotten were there. For several minutes we walked around taking pictures in almost silence, while a few students milled about.
By now, our legs were kind of almost done. My back was stiff as well, so we laid down in the grass and rested. 15 minutes was considered a long enough rest, so we ...