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Welcome to the Parkburn Guest House Online Blog. Stay tuned for the latest news, special offers and happenings in and around our holiday accommodation!


Mick and Philip 


Mick had stayed at Parkurn before and with Philip they were planning to cover many more miles on the country roads in the north of Scotland.

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Wildlife photographs from Speyside 
Steve and Zoe were in Speyside to catch some of the wildlife.They have often visited this area. This year they visited the Cairngorms to find ptarmigan and grouse in their winter plumage.
Here are some of their 'catches'.
bottle nosed dolphins on the Moray Firth
osprey with nest building material
pine martin
red squirrel
female ptarmigan
male ptarmigan.
I hope to show more of their photographs in the future. Thank you Zoe and Steve for your permission to use your pictures.

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Kylintra Meadows 
On 27th September 2009 volunteers planted a section of cleared ground in Kylintra Park with daffodils as a Remembrance Garden.

Now the daffodils have bloomed and they have made a magnificent show which will be admired for many years to come.





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Fishermen at Parkburn 

Many fishermen visit Parkburn.........some more successful than others...........all enjoy the experience, the river, the location and the company of other fishers.
I hope to gradually add more pictures to this page.

Tony Barker 2009

Len Fearn 2009

Tony Duffield 2009


Jorn Kristensen 2009



Dennis Todd 2009

John Barclay 2008

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Visitors from Hong Kong 


Miss Chan Fung Po and Mr Yiu Ping Man from Hong Kong had been attending a conference in Wales and are taking the opportunity of touring Scotland. They already had visited England at various times and were now spending a few days in Speyside.
A message from Bo and Peter




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Cyclists at Parkburn 
This year we have had many cyclists staying at Parkburn. We have a large garage for overnight secure storage of cycles and I am willing to do laundry at an agreed price.



Karen Bennett from West Sussex was cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats for Maccmillan Cancer Charity.This is a gruesome challenge especially with the fickle Scottish landscape and even more fickle Scottish weather.



Steve Townsley from Cumbria was out to enjoy the rigors of cycling the Scottish countryside.He has a lot of experience of long distance cycling.I hope he returns to Parkburn on one of his future cycle runs.Look out for his blue tail!!

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Visitors from Singapore 


Yen Yen and Joseph Ang from Singapore stayed at Parkburn while visiting the Highlands of Scotland. They had been studying in London a few years ago and were returning to see some more of Scotland.

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Canoeists 


Amelia, Andrew and Mark were canoeing with others on the west coast of Scotland. Despite the weather they accomplished all they set out to do. I must say I was very impressed with how Amelia very expertly backed out the landrover and canoe trailer from our carpark at an angle and first time! No stress !!!

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Workers accommodation 


Quite often tradesmen and people in Grantown on business stay at Parkburn. Allan Sinclair( not in picture) with Graeme and Robert stayed here while they were working on a house in Grantown.

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Visitors from Korea 



Lee Hye-Jin and Yong Sung Jung from Korea were visiting Grantown on Spey.
They loved our dogs Mac and Sally. They tried porridge (okay) as well as black pudding and haggis !! Today they were making their way to Oban.

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