The Station Hotel
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Wanderthirst stayed here on May 30, 2011 during their trip titled: Scotland.
... corner of Scotland.
Although we vistited multiple distillery sites today (more on those fanatastic experiences later), it seemed most fitting to start with one of the two kings of Speyside, The Glenlivet. If Glenfiddich is the largest selling single malt in the world, The Glenlivet claims the crown in the US. The fact that The Glenlivet sells so much whisky and is available in corner stores the world over should not, however, disqualify it ...
... A soaring symphony of arches, towers and windows, fretted against the sky". The sectarian hatred resulting from the Reformation was extreme. The Cathedral was abandoned and the beautiful carved wooden altar was chopped up for firewood. The coastal towns, Buckie to Portknockie are very picturesque. We have a seafood meal at the fishing village of Whitehills and spend our last night ...
... couple who lived many years in New Zealand....they saw this place was for sale so headed 'HOME'
Tonight we have decided to eat in the rather old and beautiful dinning room.
We have visited the Huntly Castle, with enough building intact that you get a fairly good idea of how it was in the 1600C
So plenty of car scenery...today
We really enjoyed it.
... English or Scottish breakfast we had been eating every morning.
Next stop: Macallan Estate, the home of our favorite single-malt whisky. We arrived for the 11AM tour and met our tour guide, Angus, an 18-year old with an impressive knowledge of whisky in general and the Macallan process, despite having worked there only a few months. Angus led us through the entire process from growing ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Station Hotel Portsoy
Friendly enough, clean, and simple. No frills (but more cable channels than I expected). Showed up at the last minute around 8:30 and was able to get a room (Tuesday night). Restaurant closes by 9pm, and only food around is the Co-operative Food next door, but only until 10pm. Breakfast was hardy and delicious. No complaints.
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