Author Archives: Terry Marsh

The Devonshire Arms Revisited

15/07/2019 by .

I’ve always been wary of going back to hotels and restaurants I’ve previously enjoyed because of the risk of finding that it no longer matched our expectations.

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Knockinaam Lodge

11/06/2019 by .

On 6 June 1944 and during the long summer that followed, men from all over the world went to fight in Normandy to defeat Nazism and re-establish freedom across Europe.

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Just Wild about Mull

08/03/2019 by .

Separated from the Scottish mainland by the Sound of Mull and the Firth of Lorn, the island of Mull, with an area of just under 90,000 hectares, is the fourth largest of the Hebridean islands, framed by a coastline deeply penetrated by a ragged 480km (300 miles) of sea lochs and inlets.

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Fenwick Arms, Claughton, Lancashire

21/01/2019 by .

With a pedigree that is more than 250 years old, the historic and atmospheric Fenwick Arms in Lancashire’s Lune valley has a clichéd old world charm that might be expected.

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The Kitchin, Leith

17/01/2019 by .

Each wedding anniversary my wife and I seek out a fine dining restaurant in which to celebrate.

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Rosslyn Chapel, Midlothian

03/11/2018 by .

Long before Dan Brown and the Da Vinci Code heaped attention on this extravagantly ornate chapel set on a low hill above Roslin Glen in the Midlothian countryside south of Edinburgh it had been a popular destination for generations of curious travellers.

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