Windlestraw Lodge Scottish Borders

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

    Ennerdale

    A travel blog entry by sasi_lassies on Jun 08, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... the other. I have never seen so many different coloured sheep..... We arrive at our lodging of the night - shepherds inn - straight to the bar for a beer! Then a nice hot shower, catch up on the chat from the track, a wine and then lamb shanks, veggies and mashed potatoes for dinner. Hit the wall time for bed it is 8.30 and still daylight. I am struggling with the early morning light..... Note - internet not always possible and loading photos today is a ...

    Hertford and Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by traveldons on Apr 13, 2015

    7 comments, 5 photos

    ... Margate is a popular beach for holiday makers and the street is lined with amusement arcades. You hire deck chairs to sit on the pebble beach while small children ride merry go rounds. Quite British 1940's. Then we finished our day at Richborough Roman Fort where 3 channels of ditches keep out the enemy.

    Driving here is interesting - you get to do lots of gear changing. The roads are narrow and Alan frequently has to pull over to allow the oncoming traffic through. ...

    We've rounded the horn.

    A travel blog entry by elephanto12345 on Feb 04, 2015

    2 comments

    I must go down to the sea againTo the lonely sea and sky.I left my shoes and socks there I wonder if they are dry? Spike MilliganOooeeeh! Cruising Cape Horn. Unbelievable - what a day! And there was more!
    The Cape was discovered by a Dutchman in 1616 and he named it after his birthplace Hoorn in the Netherlands. Cabo de Hornos belongs to Chile and it is an island with a horn shape so over time it has become Horn from Hoorn and if you successfully sail round it you can wear a ...

    Belfast and Scotland

    A travel blog entry by cartney on Aug 08, 2014

    17 photos

    ... a lot else) and had an attempt at the museum of modern art, but found it far too weird so promptly left (glad it was free!). We found a lovely Italian restaurant for dinner so treated ourselves to a fancier dinner than we were used to, Hayden's spaghetti bolognese was the best he'd ever had, and my crab ravioli was amazing! It was a nice way to end our time in Scotland :) On the plane to London now for three days with Andrina before we abandon our warm clothes and head to the warmer climate of ...

    The adventures of Braveheart and Baileys...

    A travel blog entry by chasethesun2014 on May 01, 2014

    12 photos

     Dear diary, Today we did something that we will never do again. Now wearing the new badge of "backpacker", we thought that our cool new title comes hand in hand with being thrifty and saving coin where we can, and at what ever expense. So we accepted this new challenge, and decided to don the first class train and catch the red eye 9.5 hour night bus to Edinburgh.   After sprinting up Buckingham Road, dodging people and knocking a couple over, ...