Waterbury Guesthouse

Murthly Terrace, Birnam, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH8 0BG, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Murthly Terrace, Birnam, is near Castle Menzies, Ossian's Hall, The Hermitage, and Going Pottie.
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Travel Blogs from Birnam

Small world

A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 10, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

Well, we decided to try something different today - with mixed results. We had decided that we wanted to experience a Highland Games while here in Scotland. It was kind of a turkey shoot as to which one to go to - but Perth fit the date and bragged well about itself on-line!!
To get there on time for the events to begin, we had to forego the train at the beginning of the day (no early trains on Sunday) and take an Intercity Coach. All the ...

Not another castle!!!! But, yes!!!

A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 09, 2014

3 photos

... spent much time there in their childhood.
Glamis has a couple of good ghost stories - always fun to hear. It has beautiful Italian Garden - different, in its own way, from the other gardens we have seen. It had one set of flowers that interested us both. See photo - can you identify it? We can't.
And did I mention Ron's falling in love with the hairy cow? (a.k.a. Highland Cow). Well, we finally ...

How many miles will we travel?????

A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 08, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... regiment (the Atholl Highlanders) in Europe. This regiment was first established in 1778 to fight in the American War of Independence. Although those plans were foiled and they were then disbanded, the regiment was re-instated in 1839, when Queen Victoria granted them her colors and the royal right to bear arms.

The estate also has impressive grounds. They have what is known as "Diana's Grove" - a magnificent stand of trees in 2 acres. Many of the trees ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by shazzlebalmoral on Dec 23, 2013

... ourselves on the track up to the cottage in quite deep snow. The road climbed up to the side of the cottage but we had to navigate a sharp turn across a small wooden bridge... Oh no the car lost traction and we slithered around for what seemed like an eternity whilst eventually the tyres got a grip and brought us to the back of the cottage. We had arrived... Despite the weather doing its utmost to stop us we had done it! It was 4.30pm and bang on the time we had planned to ...

The Games

A travel blog entry by willtravel4fun on Aug 31, 2013

7 photos

... over 1,000 years ago and sponsored by Kings and Clan Chiefs. The runners of these ancient games became couriers for the Kings, The strongest men became bodyguards for the Kings. The Birnam Games were originally held in 1872 and are always on the last Saturday of August. Its actually a pretty small Highland Game event but the people look forward to it every ...