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I have lived in Dumbarton all my life and am familiar with this building and area. As a child this was the best playground anyone could wish for the trees gullies and hills as a backdrop were amazing. I am so glad that the house...More
Steeped in history this house on the the top of Dumbarton ,been taking over so many times over the years,but best rememberd as a Maternity hospital ,lovely building ,with the a great walk attached to the craggs ..and the creepy dog bridge of course .
As others have said, the house is still in some disrepair inside but they are working on it and the results look great. The tearoom is somewhat soulless, although the walls and ceiling are quite beautiful, but it has a lovely view out onto the...More
A rather limited and uninspiring selection of food served in a beautiful but very cold room. Disappointing end to a walk in the hills above the old house with my dog. Perhaps if the cafe was a dog friendly establishment it would attract more busuness...More
My wife and myself finally decided to take a trip up to this old gem of a building which is steeped in its own history.
I was born here in 1956 and I had always wanted to visit it again to see the Angel room....More