Glenvar Bed and Breakfast

Address: High Street, Blairgowrie, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH10 7DE, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B is located on High Street, Blairgowrie.
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    Travel Blogs from Blairgowrie

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

    A travel blog entry by kimberlymorgan on Jul 12, 2015

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    ... and eat the chocolate. This was a delicious pairing. The milkiness from the chocolate eased the whisky burn. The package also came with a take-home glass, which is what we really wanted! After our tasting, we get back on the road towards Pitlochry. We arrive in this cute town and find our hotel. We check in and decide to walk around. We walk along the River Tummel towards the Pitlochry Dam. It's a dam between the river and Loch Faskally. The lake/river is huge! We walk across ...

    Starting the Sabbath in Blairgowrie

    A travel blog entry by ailsabraun on Feb 13, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... it a day, even though we'd only been there for about 10 mins. I had hoped to visit her every single day of my stay here, butI realize that was unrealistic, and it is all about doing whatever it takes forher to heal the most effectively. Most effective isn't always the fastest recovery. Oh well; I have other family members over here to spend time with,and there is a bit more shopping I would like to do. I would also have ...

    Bytes and books at Bannockburn and Innerpeffray

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Aug 07, 2014

    14 photos

    ... not many seem to have made it out here. Most of the people round the 1964 monument are teenagers using it as a climbing wall; the statue of Robert the Bruce and the newly inscribed commemorative poem are not getting much attention.

    We leave so late that we are in some anxiety about lunch and sigh with relief to arrive in Muthill just before the Barley Bree stops serving. Vension stew and wood pigeon breasts with lentils are fantastically good and the ...

    ...and I'll take the low road...

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 21, 2013

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    ... seats around a table by a rather well-spoken, very well-dressed and -groomed Scotswoman called something like Annalisa, but neither of us can quite remember. Certainly not a Scottish name. I had been imagining her as some sort of Lady of the Big House so it was quite a shock to discover she is a bus driver, and not just any bus driver, but the bus-driver on the tiny route we took to Stoer a few days ago - she drives the road from Ullapool to Drumbeg and ...

    And back across the country again!

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 22, 2013

    73 photos

    ... the crowds. (Naturally, later, we discovered that the cathedral was 300m away down the pleasant walk.) We had seen a grim Presbyterian-looking kirk on the banks of the Tay as we came in (the Scottish Heritage booklet said the Cathedral was "gloriously situated on the banks of the Tay") and were heading for that although I kept expressing reservations that the building I had seen could, in any stretch of the imagination, be a 15th Century Cathedral. At last, in the ...