Inchmarlo Holiday Homes

Address: Glassel Road, Banchory, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Glassel Road, Banchory, is near Crathes Castle, Drum Castle & Gardens, Banchory Museum, and Cullerie Farm Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Banchory

    Edinburgh castle and St Andrews

    A travel blog entry by lindeelee on Jun 03, 2015

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    ... a couple of shells! We head up to the rooftop terrace and get a pretty good view all around,.Not being a golf fan I was still pretty impressed. From there we make our way to Aberdeen......cant say that was our favourite town. We stayed right in the centre of town and headed to the wharf/beach for some dinner, We were on foot and following directions given by the girl at the front desk. We walked for miles in back streets ...

    An Eider down

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Apr 21, 2012

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    ... dark bird flying low over the sea from the south. I got on it after it had passed us. It was impressively dark and quite unusual looking. Almost like a very large Black Tern. It was almost certainly a dark-phase Arctic Skua. We've seen plenty of the much commoner pale phase of this species that comes in two different adult breeding plumages but this was our first dark one.

    The temperature had fallen somewhat whilst we were at Collieston and the breeze had freshened too ...

    Northwards Ho!

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Apr 20, 2012

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    ... Ouzel about half a mile back. He was on his way to do voluntary work at the Loch Garten RSPB reserve, about which more later. We pooled our resources and continued to scan the slopes and horizons but only found more Red Grouse. When we'd had enough of looking for invisible birds Julie and I headed back down the road to the Ring Ouzel location. There were several calls that we could hear that hinted at Ring Ouzel but nothing definite and ...

    Och aye the nu - Mr bounce

    A travel blog entry by robliz2011 on May 03, 2011

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    ... br> Off to Inverness and a tour of Culloden (this battle was such a waste) and then the other major tourist attraction in the area - Loch Ness! Well the museum there has seen better days but I am sure at some point the multimedia display there was actually really good and not just 15 mins we'll never get back again . . It tried to solve the mystery but I personally still hold the belief that she is there... somewhere...

    We then spent a little time in ...

    Aberdeen to Aberdeen to Inverbervie

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on May 15, 2010

    ... yellow thick jackets on, or how many people struggled to walk properly that went into the mall. Definitely use it while you can, you never know when the debilitation of older age will catch up with you. Roger managed to buy a windshield for the stove - a flimsy piece of lightweight aluminium that cost 15!!Followed the cycle route 1 signs to the south of the city - followed the ups and downs and curves of the coast, past the lighthouse and channel where we'd sailed on on ...