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“Stunning Castle set on the coastal cliff. Lovely place to visit and set in beautiful grounds with cafes, lakes, coastal paths, animals, etc. Lots to do.”
24lokala rekommendationer
“Great place for a rainy day and taking in some culture! Learn about the poetic genius of Robert Burns, The Bard of Ayrshire. The museum is situated in Alloway a beautiful little village, full of charm and character, with, of course, the famous 'Brig O' Doon' and Robert Burns own thatched cottage, built by his father.”
25lokala rekommendationer
Övrigt friluftsliv
“Dark Skies Laboratory”
23lokala rekommendationer
“Walthamstow Market is the longest street market in England and a bargain hunter's paradise. Stalls sell food, homewares, fabric, books, bags and clothes. My favourite kebab stall is there just outside Santander, go early or he may sell out.”
15lokala rekommendationer
“Ice cream factory thats good for a rainy day ”
18lokala rekommendationer
Recreation Center
“Amazing place which offers adventure and recreational experiences for all the family including, water balling, archery, grass sledging, archery, clay pigeon, segway tours and Europe's longest zip wire!!”
14lokala rekommendationer
“Over 900 years old!”
17lokala rekommendationer
History Museum
“Lovely little museum with art gallery and events”
18lokala rekommendationer
“Indoor play and outdoor play”
13lokala rekommendationer
“Caerlaverock Castle (from "caer laverock", "lark castle") is a moated triangular castle first built in the 13th century. It is located on the southern coast of Scotland, 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) south of Dumfries, on the edge of the Caerlaverock National Nature Reserve. Caerlaverock was a stronghold of the Maxwell family from the 13th century until the 17th century when the castle was abandoned. It was besieged by the English during the Wars of Scottish Independence, and underwent several partial demolitions and reconstructions over the 14th and 15th centuries. Today, the castle is in the care of Historic Scotland and is a popular tourist attraction. It is protected as a scheduled monument.”
13lokala rekommendationer
“There are guides in most rooms of the castle, who are always happy to answer questions. Information sheets are provided in each room, which detail the architecture, furniture, objects and paintings. Highlights of the castle include Adam’s sweeping Oval Staircase and a fine collection of paintings and furniture. Children love to spot the Lego figure hidden in each room. Explore the grounds of Culzean by following the waymarked trails. From shingle beaches to soaring cliffs, a towering pagoda to a huge Deer Park filled with deer, llamas and Highland cows, there really is something for all the family to fall in love with there.”
16lokala rekommendationer
“Golf 2 links courses”
17lokala rekommendationer
Point of Interest
“Its a historical monument which even in winter is a fine fine sight on an island in the River dee I work there in the Spring, Summer and early Autumn”
8lokala rekommendationer
“MOUTAIN BIKING CENTRE In a league of its own, Kirroughtree boasts trails for all, from gentle family routes to technically challenging singletrack for the pros. There are also lots of great walks to go on in the area”
10lokala rekommendationer
“Local Pub that offers a relaxing place to eat good food, enjoy a drink and meet the locals.”
14lokala rekommendationer
Historisk plats
“If you like delving deep into history, soaking up the finest culture, exploring beautiful countryside – or adrenaline-fuelled mountain biking – you’ll love a day at Drumlanrig Castle. From activities for kids to salmon fishing, you’ll find a raft of activity awaiting you. ”
8lokala rekommendationer