The Northfield House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
... anywhere! We arrived at Aberdeen, a fair way up on the east coast late in the afternoon and stayed at Ferryhill House/Hotel, which was once a stately home. Our host Paul was so welcoming, the amenity great and all in all our stay was memorable. Next day we followed Paul’s suggestion for our trip back to Edinburgh and drove west/south west through the Cairngorm Mountains and ski fields, following the Dee river most of the ...
As we trekked back to the car, there were very few places that looked like somewhere we could get in to eat. When we were almost back to the car, we found another pub. This one served food, unlike the last place we were at. We walked in and ordered beer and food. Logan fell to comfort food, a burrito, and I fell to my comfort food, ale and steak pie with mashed potatoes. The food was awesome! Or we were just so cold and hungry that hot food ...
... com). Yay! Haven't turned on any heating yet! Hahaha! Love it - but don't worry if you come and visit it will be on! Bought a GBP5 cardy on Sat. May go to bed with socks on tonight!
Bought a radio, some T-towels, a bath towel. Made a pot of ox-tail veggie soup.
Can't wait until my first White Christmas - although asking around I have heard mixed results.
Love and miss you all.
... and down dale and made it into the City centre I headed to Princes Street to have some lunch and a well earned rest in the Gardens. I am amazed each time I come into town how many more people are here. The place is now an amazing feast for the senses. The sound of different languages and accents, Bagpipes and drums all day long, there is colour everywhere, stalls cooking the most yummy foods for ...
... Wounded. All very tried as we view the Forth Road Bridge back into Edinburgh. We say goodbye to our new friends and cool tour guides and head off to the pub for some fish and chips.
Our last day was spent roaming around the centre of lovely Edinburgh looking at shops, buying (and eating shortbread) and listening to the bagpipes :)
Thanks for reading. More to come!
Shell & Alex