Address: Perthshire, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH16 5JA, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Perthshire, Pitlochry, is near Queen's View, Edradour Distillery, Pitlochry Golf Club, and Ben Vrackie.
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Travel Blogs from Pitlochry

Abbeys and Fairies

A travel blog entry by bluebells on Aug 05, 2015

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... 3,000 years old.

But I digress. At Dryburgh, we asked for and received permission to play my flute in the chapter house. The acoustics there rivaled the great concert halls in which Shawn plays. I played a number of Irish songs--Shule Aroon, Skye Boat Song, Castle of Dromore, and more. I would have stayed longer, but I can only play so long, and we still had to gt to Smailholm. I also took a number of pictures of doors within doors. ...

Hermitage Castle: the Bad Lord Soulis?

A travel blog entry by bluebells on Aug 04, 2015

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I'm afraid tonight I won't do justice to a blog post, as it's nearly 11 pm, and we have an early start tomorrow.

However, we spent today at Hermitage Castle, Langholm, and Jedburgh Abbey.

Hermitage Castle plays a part in the upcoming Book Four--Westering Home--of the Blue Bells Chronicles. It's actually one of the main reasons I came to Scotland--because I just could not get a feel for ...

Cows, Sheep, and Goats...oh my!

A travel blog entry by kimberlymorgan on Jul 12, 2015

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... so cool. We actually got to see the male osprey bring back a stick to the nest and hang out in there for a while. We listened to a mini lecture about what the center is all about. Because killed and stuffed osprey make so much money on the black market, they went extinct in Britain. They were reintroduced around 50 years ago and now they are protected. I think there's a population of 100. It's so cool that they come to Scotland and then go all the way to West Africa for ...


A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Sep 27, 2013

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... age, with poles propping up many of its branches. Still worth the walk to say we had seen it. Birnam also has another Beatrice Potter connection- she certainly got around- and consequently another memorial. This time it was a lovely garden and great for eating our rolls which we had purchased from the local deli. Having seen all there was to see in Dunkeld and Birnam we headed east to Aberfeldy to see yet another castle. This one however was a little different ...

Sheep, Castles, and Glens

A travel blog entry by mccausland on May 19, 2013

2 comments, 14 photos

... we did and eventually named him Duncan, Ironically, Morag was a gift to Helen from a tour customer a couple of years ago and she bought her at this same gift shop, which we did not know. Our drive continued south to Fort Augustus where we viewed the Caledonian Canal and watched some boats going through the locks, then we took a walk along the canal to see the most southern tip of Loch Ness. Loch Ness is pretty fascinating in both depth and length. Loch Ness' deepest point, at ...

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