The Scottish Bed & Breakfast Book

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Pelican Publishing, 2005 - Travel - 200 pages
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"This is an excellent reference book if you are planning a trip to Scotland. I had bought it and read it and . . . [lent it] to friends who were planning a trip to the United Kingdom. When they returned they said it was an excellent source for information and helped them tremendously." --Amazon.com customer review for Scottish Bed Breakfast Book, 1st Edition This premier and comprehensive guidebook includes updated and detailed information on food, transportation, tourist boards, and attractions ranging from the summertime Edinburgh Arts Festival to the wintertime Celtic Connections festival. Evoking the warmth and hospitality of each Scottish host, it offers vivid descriptions of over seventy-five establishments, from opulent houses and cathedral hotels to romantic cottages and historic inns. The Kinloch Lodge, the Old Smiddy, Sibbet House, and Babbity Bowster are just a few of the accomodations included here, each offering its own unique experience of Scotland.
  

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Contents

Introduction
9
The Borders
23
Dumfries Galloway
33
Edinburgh
45
Fife
59
Grampian
75
Glasgow Strathclyde
81
Central Tayside
97
Argyll the Islands
117
The Highlands
129
Skye
165
The Western Isles
179
Orkney Shetland
189
Index
196
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About the author (2005)

June Skinner Sawyers is an editor and journalist who writes frequently about music and the arts. She is a regular contributor to the "Chicago Tribune," for which she wrote a nightlife column for two years, and is the editor of several literary anthologies.

Martin Scorsese entered a seminary in 1956, but then opted to channel his passions into film. He is the acclaimed director of such classic films as "Mean Streets," "Taxi Driver," "Raging Bull," and "Goodfellas,

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