A selection of films and C.D's are in the cottage
but if there are any specifics, particularly off the following list, just ask.
Loads of old classic foreign language films, mostly with subtitles.
Also kid’s, modern classics, current films and so on.
The DVD’s are distributed between 2 cottages,
but any film can be requested for your stay if you tell us in advance.
Pickpocket… (PG) Robert Bresson France 1959
Miracle in Milan… (U) Vittorio de Sica Italian
La Terra Trema… (U) Luchino Visconti Italy 1948
L'Aventura... (PG) Antonioni 1960
Le plaisir... (PG) Max Ophuls
La Grande Illusion (U) Jean Renoir 1937
Last Year in Marieenbad (U) Alain Resnais 1956
I Vitelloni (The young Calves) (PG) Federico Fellini 1953
Au Revoir Les Enfants (12) Louis Malle
Le Quai Des Brumes (PG) Marcel Carne 1938
L'Eclisse (PG) Michelangelo Antonioni 1962
Casque D'Or (PG) Jaques Becker 1952
Jules and Jim (PG) Francois Truffaut 1966
Touch of Evil (12) Orson Welles 1958
The Outlaw (U) Howard Hughes
Masked and Anonymous (12) Larry Charles (with Bob Dylan, Jeff Bridges, Penelope Cruz)
Australia (12) Baz Luhrmann (Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman0
Priceless (12) Pierre Salvadori (Audrey Tautou)
Vicky Christina Barcelona (12) Woody Allen (Javier Barden, Penelope Cruz, Scarlett Johansson)
Charles Rennie Mackintosh - Glasgow School of Art
Andrew Carnegie - Dunfermline Birth place and Pittencrief Park
John Muir - Country Park
John Logie Baird
Sir Walter Scot - Scot monument Princes Street Edinburgh
Robert Louis Stevenson
JM. Barrie (Peter Pan) - Kirremuir
Forth Road Bridge
Hills and Glens
Castles and palaces - Edinburgh and Stirling castle. Linlithgow and Falkland palace.
Famous Scots things:- Kilts
Famous Scots food and drink:-
WhiskyLiterary EdinburghLiterary Edinburgh
This July will see the following guest return for the 28th week-
"Chris and Yvonne Have asked me to write up some of the golf courses I have played in the surrounding area. In hopes it will help you make your choices of where to play easier.
Most of these courses are listed in the booklets Chris supplies to you.":-
A poor man’s Pebble Beach the first 8 holes play along the Firth of Forth.
Extensive views from all around the course of Edinburgh. Short but tricky
A good test for the average golfer.
This is a spectacular golf setting and a testing challenge. A classic links
Course set up with good character built in each hole.
A classic wind swept seaside links a true test of your golfing skills. The
final qualifying course for the Open at St Andrews. If you are not hitting
them straight bring lots of balls
Pitreavie Golf Club
I did not get around to playing this one but any course designed by
Alistair McKenzie (Angusta National) is a must play. I ran out of time.
St Andrews Links Old Course
No more need be said. We got on the third time my son-in-law and I called
In for the lottery. Shot an 86 !!!
Braid Hills #1
The best £8 investment you can make in golf. The best views of Edinburgh
anywhere and one of the true tests of golf within the city. Be in good shape
before trying to climb this course. If your are a mountain goat try Braid Hills #2.
The Glen Golf Club (North Berwick)
Marvellous views, a challenging test of golf in a spectacular location.
All you have to do is look at the booklets and choose one to play and I don’t think
You can go wrong.