Glenskirlie House and Castle

Address: Kilsyth Road, Banknock, Falkirk District, Scotland, FK4 1UF, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on Kilsyth Road, Banknock, is near Xtreme Karting.
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        Travel Blogs from Banknock

        Edinburgh's amazing Camera Obscura

        A travel blog entry by levos on Sep 29, 2014

        2 comments, 8 photos

        ... we walked Jason to the meeting point for his Glenkinchie Distillery Tour. George, Zoe and I had then had a walk around the city and had a cupcake in Jenners Department Store- think a very classy David Jones. We then headed home to pack. :(

        Jason had a fabulous time on the Glenkinchie tour. He was the only one on the bus to the distillery and so chatted with Ronnie all the way there. There were a few others on the tour. ...

        Networking and plotting

        A travel blog entry by pamb52 on Jun 27, 2014

        ... here from 66 countries. Not only has WHO declared EMDR as a preferred treatment for trauma but the UN has given EMDR consultant status in area where there is man-made or natural disasters. We had the conference opening followed by a rather different Scottish bagpipe band. I have attached a ...

        Edinburgh - day 2

        A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Mar 24, 2014

        7 photos

        ... headed down a set of stone steps into a series of hand dug rooms (essentially carved out of the stone). Archaeologists are not sure what the cove was originally made for, but they have theories that perhaps the stone masons or a monastery group may have used it. They do know that at one time a blacksmith and his family lived down there. There is a place for bedrooms, a common room, and some tunnels that have caved in. There is also apparently ...


        A travel blog entry by fionadunstan on Aug 28, 2013

        5 photos

        Wed-morning and-the most travelled meringue in the world. Is yet to be eaten. We both died overnight and wake stiff from the exploits of previous day. the skyline is misty in true Scottish fashion and. The morning is fresh. our technological advancements have allowed us t shower. My hair is now auburn after the new purchase of brilliant brown shampoo ( could see without the specs) to replace the contraband at Gatwick. Still no fibre in our breakfast but ...

        The Festival City

        A travel blog entry by burkley on Aug 08, 2013

        24 photos

        ... to convince you to see a Fringe show. Edinburgh has their Mad August rather than Mad March that Adelaide has but what is noticeably different is how much more the city takes on the event and creates an atmosphere of entertainment and fun day and night.

        Continuing down the Royal mile we stopped for lunch and some great soup before taking in the People's Story which was a great little exhibition of explaining Edinburgh life over the last 300 years.