Duchally Country Estate

Gleneagles, Auchterarder, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH31PN, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Gleneagles, Auchterarder, is near Gleneagles - King's, Queen's, Wee and PGA Centenary Courses and The Spa at The Gleneagles Hotel.
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    Day 4 Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by jilly56 on Apr 30, 2014

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    Well after our beautiful sunny day yesterday we woke to a very very thick mist! And very very cold! I gave breakfast a miss today and just enjoyed having a second morning at the hotel! Just enjoyed a nice mug of Twinings! We left at 8.30 for Edinburgh castle - our hotel is below it and yesterday we just looked up and it was there! Today nothing - just wet cold mist! We had a coach tour around the city ...

    Edinburgh Tattoo

    A travel blog entry by grahama01 on Aug 17, 2013

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    Off to the Edinburgh Tattoo today with Fred and Anne. Of course, it is pouring down with rain on the drive to Edinburgh - torrential rain!! Had lunch in the best pub yet - The Aberdour Hotel. AJG had the best haggis ever with whiskey sauce and washed down with a couple of pints - and Shirley had great Cullen Skink - haddock soup. Yum yum. Parked the car ...

    Ghost Stories and Highlands

    A travel blog entry by lesliel on May 28, 2013

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    ... Rosé Wine that knocked me on my ass, don't know if it was the altitude or the percent of alcohol, but a mouse could have drank me under the table that night. Our last tour of the night was a 'scary' tour of the underground vaults that lay beneath the city. In the early days of Edinburgh there used to be a bridge with 19 arches spanning across the city for traders. It was later filled in underneath and used as living space for the incredibly poor. The tour guide told ...

    Digging up the Scottish Family Tree

    A travel blog entry by lihei on Oct 31, 2012

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    ... to pick-up our hire car. Challenged accepted and some time later challenged achieved, albeit both wetter for the experience. At this stage, Michelle's immune system is being sorely tested! The drive out of Edinburgh to head north was a challenge. Not only had I not driven a manual car since 1984, but not driven in peak hour Edinburgh traffic - not a very smart combination. Anyhow, 45 minutes later we get out the one way streets and small lane ways ...

    There can only be one!

    A travel blog entry by jamiecattell5 on Jul 08, 2012

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    ... catfish like some that have been found in other Lochs. I'm going to pretend its totally a giant dinosaur though.

    Most of our day was spent in a bus. It was raining again, so we mostly toured the Rannoch Moor (a mountain range) and Trussex National Park while inside the bus. Our guide Mike was great at telling us a bunch of really interesting stories from the areas we were traveling through though.

    We did stop in Glencoe to get lunch. ...