B&B near Glentress

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Andy B
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Postby Andy B » Sun Jun 24, 2007 14:43 pm


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Postby Andy B » Sun Jun 24, 2007 14:49 pm

I had a look around the Shalem B&B when I was up @ GT last year, very nice place.

Very friendly owners, who looked after one of my mates bikes in their garage overnight FOC!

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Postby big p » Sun Jun 24, 2007 17:02 pm

stop in the glentress hotel, from the hub, go to the end of the road as though you are leaving, turn left and walk for about 20 seconds, look left and your there!!!!!!!! the breakfast is awesome and there's lots of it

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