Cuil-an-Daraich Guest House

Address: Logierait, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH9 0LH, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Logierait, Pitlochry, is near Edradour Distillery, Pitlochry Golf Club, Black Spout Wood, and Ben Vrackie.
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    Travel Blogs from Pitlochry

    Abbeys and Fairies

    A travel blog entry by bluebells on Aug 05, 2015

    18 photos

    ... 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

    17 photos

    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 ...

    Terror on the Highways!

    A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jun 28, 2015

    7 photos

    ... and build rather extraordinary round homes with woven reed walls and thatched roofs, called crannogs. For security they could pull in the boards they used to get to shore. This was a settled and relatively prosperous group, growing some crops and keeping animals. They had copper tools and time to make personal ornaments. Crannogs show up around other parts of Europe during this time. We were reminded of traditional homes we were shown by native peoples in Alaska and ...

    Beauly to Pitlochry

    A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Sep 25, 2013

    6 photos

    ... bunkers it would be a very taxing course to play. Just walking through it was enough for us. They did have a nice restaurant and it was curry night, all you can eat for £9.99, so decided to make it our dinner venue. There are lots of possibilities for the next couple of days. Many beautiful walks through glens, along streams and up hills, whiskey distilleries, a brewery, a castle and little villages to explore. We will run out of time before we have seen even a fraction of the ...

    Sheepdogs, Waterfalls, and Fish n' Chips

    A travel blog entry by mccausland on May 20, 2013

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... Dunkeld Cathedral is a building of two very distinct partd. Its east end is a rather attractive parish church still in use today; its west end, apart from the bell tower and chapter house, a roofless ruin with a grassy carpet. Unfortunately for us, the ruins are being worked on and we were not able to enter but only look in and take very strategically posed photos to avoid scaffolding. it was still beautiful and the surrounding views are lovely. As we were ...