Windlestraw Lodge Scottish Borders

Address: Galashiels Road, Walkerburn, Borders, Scotland, EH43 6AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Galashiels Road, Walkerburn, is near Traquair House and River Tweed.
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    Travel Blogs from Walkerburn

    Blackpool Day 3

    A travel blog entry by megansweeting19 on Aug 05, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... Tunnels of caves: calming? And more! They were all so fun ;) We got back at 3:30 🐷 We then got back to caravan and dad felt a bit ill and Jess was tired so they both fell asleep, then we went up the chip shop for food and spar for a gingerbread, while the chips were cooking me and dad played connect 4 in the arcade in which we both lost ...

    London and Pre-contiki

    A travel blog entry by victoriatravels on Jul 02, 2015

    ... Now time to try sort out my bag and to make it a bit lighter for the weigh in. my biggest problem was my boots. i planned on going up Jungfrau which has snow year round and thought I'd need some waterproof boots. but they weighed 1.5kgs alone so i ditched the boots and figured out I'd work out a plan later on for them. I also ditched some extra clothes, a hoody some jeans and then the stuff i got in england to take home. with my bag packed i had a shower and ...

    Last days in London, then was onto Turkey

    A travel blog entry by nelliebear on Apr 27, 2015

    22 photos

    ... area, I didn't know how they were going to do it. At about 10pm when the stand had filled to capacity they stated asking people on the grass to squish up as we still had about 4000 people to come in. It was packed to the ABSOLUTE RAFTERS. There was a minimum 45 minute wait to get a coffee, and the food vendors ran out of food at about 3am. There were a lot of things that could have been done better but this was the first time they have had this many people. A ...

    In transit

    A travel blog entry by jsloftus508 on Aug 18, 2014

    1 photo

    Well I got up.... This morning started very early and with only 1.5 hours of sleep it was tough. We had a cab coming at 7:15 to take us to the airport and I did not pack or clean my room last night. Thank god I am fairly organized and clean, so the cleaning part of my room really only consisted of cleaning my bed and throwing ...

    A historical climb

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Jul 21, 2014

    11 photos

    ... any on comer. It has been in use for centuries upon centuries since and all sorts of things left in the dirt so long ago have since been re discovered and cherished. There is a old crumbling castle near the bottom but this is a newer Land mark, compared to the village remains. We soaked up the view and the history. At the top the tourists and the little midges swarmed with equal ferocity, so we left relatively soon and relished the view slightly ...