Red Deer Vintage Inn

Address: 1 Auchenkilns Park, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, G68 9AT , United Kingdom | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 1 Auchenkilns Park, Cumbernauld.
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Travel Blogs from Cumbernauld

Henry and Vicki's

A travel blog entry by uktrip on Jun 22, 2015

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... s Day in England, all the grandchildren are arriving for lunch and I know I will just want to be with Meg and Bets. My boast about always bringing good weather isn't fool proof either and it's cloudy, windy and quite cold. the following Day was fathers' day in the UK and all their children and grandchildren came for a BBQ lunch. We drove back to London again through heavy traffic and tomorrow we fly to ...

Stirling Castle

A travel blog entry by marknsuzy on Sep 12, 2014

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... of today looking at old battlements and churches it was fantastic. Mark was in heaven. Then we headed to Edinburg. We both prefer this city to Glasgow- it's cleaner and very pretty. We found our hotel, which is like someone's big home. It has a lounge filled with comfy couches and the rooms are ...

Edinburgh Day 1

A travel blog entry by glendacherry on Jul 05, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

Set off to Kings Cross Station to catch train to Edinburgh. (Had just started to rain in London so thought we'd leave!). After 4 1/2 hours on train looking at beautiful scenery we arrived at Waverley Station Edinburgh. Walked to hotel which was no mean feat dragging luggage through throngs of people. We weren't sure which building was hotel as no large signage on building and needed to ask local which was Crowne Plaza Hotel! Suitably impressed with hotel and extra large room - another ...

Edinburgh - day 2

A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Mar 24, 2014

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... including Canadians. And we also checked out the barracks where prisoners of war were kept. There were 12 solitary confinement as well as a larger room with hammocks where POWs would have stayed. The castle was very beautiful and allowed for some stunning views of Edinburgh. After the castle we had free time, so Allison and I went to the National Gallery and saw a Rembrandt self portrait and a Da Vinci as well as many religious paintings. ...

The Festival City

A travel blog entry by burkley on Aug 08, 2013

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... to become James I of Great Britain as he brought Scotland and England together. The castle was never really used by the rulers and was used as a barracks and prison. Today it serves as an ongoing army barracks and tourist attraction. The royal chambers and great hall are the two most striking areas. Within the castle there are some great tributes and memorials to past and current armed service people.

The star attraction is the oldest Crown Jewels in the ...