Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 YAHOO 1800:681:7208 installation CONTACT YAHOO Tec*h care 24/7
  2. 2 Paris Neighborhood Help
  3. 3 Ambitious 1st time trip through Europe whilst pregnant??
  4. 4 Itinerary input for trip to Spain and France
  5. 5 Trip planning to Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg
  6. 6 Itinerary for European trip with 18 year old son
  7. 7 35 Days?
  8. 8 Poor weather outlook 10/16-19 Grindenwald
  9. 9 Trip Report Scotland in 18 nights, smirr and sun and mud!
  10. 10 Trip Report Long weekend in Albania
  11. 11 Northern Italy in 2 Weeks?
  12. 12 Arenal:Bullring area Seville?
  13. 13 Question about Loire Valley châteaux
  14. 14 car rental
  15. 15 Munich and....???
  16. 16 Cyclades w/kids & my ruins-fanatic DH (itin and accommodation advice)
  17. 17 Portugal: 70th birthday trip
  18. 18 He Musta Saw Us a-Comin': A Brief, Cautionary Tale about Taxis in Rome
  19. 19 Trip Report Another theft warning: coastal trains, between Genoa & Tuscany
  20. 20 Trip Report FRANCE 10 YEARS ON: Paris Dordogne Albi Toulouse Arles S Rhone and Nice
  21. 21 Caution picking car from Europcar at Stazione Termini
  22. 22 Trip Report No Reservations...our laidback Paris Christmas
  23. 23 Northern Ireland ideas
  24. 24 ASTURIAS IN LATE OCTOBER??
  25. 25 Online Site for Alhambra Tickets
View next 25 » Back to the top

Driving from Culzean Castle to Bamburgh

Jump to last reply

We will have 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 days to drive from an overnight (not yet determined) near Culzean Castle to our rental in Bamburgh.

Would like to stay off the A69 and A1 which Google picks as the the fastest route.

Moniaive is mentioned in an article I read as a small village in a scenic area.

I think we will visit Melrose Castle and Sir Walter Scott's House on a day trip from Bamburgh, so that is not a priority.

Looking for goprgeous scenery, maybe a few small stops, a nice place to stay near Maybole and another along the way. (And yummy pubs or dinner spots!)

45 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement