Gunsgreen House, Eyemouth

Gunsgreen exterior

With Halloween fast approaching, guising for me this year adopted the mask of a visit to Gunsgreen House, the John Adam built Edwardian mansion, which steadfastly guards the harbour at Eyemouth and has become an easily identifiable landmark, associated with the East Coast fishing town. The Murder … [Read more...]

National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

NMS1

A free Sunday, for once void of any commitments; work or otherwise, debating what to do...solution: the newly re-opened National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh’s Chamber Street! Time allotment sadly underestimated as we could have easily filled two full days and more within the walls (and nine … [Read more...]

Hilton Coylumbridge Lodges, Aviemore

Lodge aviemore

This place really ticks all the boxes for a relaxing but activity packed holiday in the heart of the Highlands. Somewhere which manages to cater fully for children at the same time, offering exclusive grown up areas, takes the prize in my book. Our lodge, Scandinavian in appearance, is our … [Read more...]