Scotland's Hidden Gems?

Scotland's Hidden Gems?

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samsock

234 posts

34 months

Saturday 15th December 2018
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An extended powercut in a pub in Ullapool, with fire, dogs and candles, is one of life's sweet pleasures!

Glasgowrob

2,801 posts

89 months

Saturday 15th December 2018
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Route 50 Restaurant on Edinburgh Road in Glasgow.

maybe not everyons cup of tea but the foods fantastic prices reasonable and who doesn't love a bit of an american theme

https://www.facebook.com/Route50barandgrill/

Riley Blue

17,984 posts

194 months

Saturday 18th May 2019
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I have to add the Goodbrand and Ross Tea Room on the A939 at Corgarff south of The Lecht. A log cabin styled diner / gift shop serving the most delicious sundaes and with jar after jar of old fashioned sweeties! (Gratuitous pic of Riley Blue posing in the sunshine)


abzmike

4,098 posts

74 months

Saturday 18th May 2019
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Riley Blue said:
I have to add the Goodbrand and Ross Tea Room on the A939 at Corgarff south of The Lecht. A log cabin styled diner / gift shop serving the most delicious sundaes and with jar after jar of old fashioned sweeties! (Gratuitous pic of Riley Blue posing in the sunshine)
That picture could have been taken 40 years ago.

Plehti

2 posts

27 months

Monday 27th May 2019
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Sorry I might be little biassed as we took over Achray House earlier this year, but as the hotel / restaurant is located comfortably close to brand new Heart 200 route (http://www.heart200.scot/) I feel that it's a real hidden gem especially as the previous owners didn't keep the restaurant open for non-residents.

Please find some reviews from https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g551800...



As a car fan we welcome all sport car owners and provide nice deals for car enthusiasts.

Panu

Graham The Bruce

8 posts

117 months

Friday 20th December 2019
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Best Fish supper in the North East of Scotland at The Quayside in Gourdon near Inverbervie.

http://www.quaysidegourdon.co.uk/home.html

Edited by Graham The Bruce on Friday 20th December 21:06

r.s.logan

49 posts

38 months

Sunday 15th March 2020
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Riley Blue said:
I have to add the Goodbrand and Ross Tea Room on the A939 at Corgarff south of The Lecht. A log cabin styled diner / gift shop serving the most delicious sundaes and with jar after jar of old fashioned sweeties! (Gratuitous pic of Riley Blue posing in the sunshine)

I started work in a BMC garage in 1961 and loved the Riley 1.5 . Remember one year we got sent up a special one from the factory to put on our stand at Scottish Motor show in Kelvin Hall , not sure what year that was . It was two tone red / white and had extra detailing under the bonnet and inside for the show . Beautiful car .

woodysnr

828 posts

196 months

Friday 18th December 2020
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I remember well my visits to the Kelvin Hall I was 16 back then in 1961 and visited on many occasions and came home with carrier bags full off brochures, also had commercials at the back off the hall and outside displays. The KH was a great venue every year the carnival was there brings back great memories of my youth.