How has this inn rated in the past?
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Pitscottie
... on the scene, the middle bit is unclear, but there are grand children. The kids live in Edinburgh and Ann was taking the 5 and 1/2 hour drive down later in the month. Marco would need to stay behind and attend to the B&B by himself, he explained with a smile. The B&B is their retirement plan. We loaded up the car and said our goodbyes leaving Marco and Ann standing on the doorstep of Alda House - a B&B I would recommend. We drove on down the highway and ...
... we asked for directions to a good pub for dinner, and we were directed to "The Abbotsford" where we got a lovely meal. Mum had the beef pie with chips and veg, and I had the beef burger with bacon, cheese, jalapeños, chips and a piccalilli relish. We paid the bill and went next door to sainsbury's to buy drinks for this evening and some dessert before walking back to the car at the station and heading back to the hotel to ...
... It was a complete marvel, mostly of wood, with thousands of moving parts. It had been installed just a decade or so ago due to a generous benefactor. By this time it was late afternoon, so we headed back to our flat, stopping first at Waverly Station to buy our tickets to Falkirk for Saturday morning. My birth father was a railroad man, so I love to ride a train whenever one is available for a reasonable price. About $25 for the both of us seems ...
... is famous for its golf course. Just beautiful. While there we popped into as post office and I posted off a parcel of walking clothes back to Oz (to Cathy actually - Amr had already sent 2 so there will be 3 bags arriving, but not for a while as sent by sea mail and will take ages....don't think we will need our walking clothes for a while!!) So at 1 pm we met Bob as planned, having had a picnic of local cheese and ...
... to postpone it because of 100%25 chance of rain. Arthur's Seat is the main peak of the group of hills which form most of Holyrood Park, described by Robert Louis Stevenson as "a hill for magnitude, a mountain in virtue of its bold design". Like most of the others it was formed with volcanic ash 340million years ago. Not sure when we will reschedule but it is a must in my book. You can see a few pics in of the the earlier blogs when I went to calton hill. I decided to hand with my ...