Ballathie House Hotel

Address: Perth,Perthshire, PH1 4QN, Stanley, Durham, England, PH1 4QN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Perth,Perthshire, PH1 4QN, Stanley, is near Scone Palace, Huntingtower Castle, Tummel River, and The Macbeth Experience.
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Travel Blogs from Stanley

Two months down, one and a bit left??

A travel blog entry by emseale on Nov 09, 2014

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... This race was a time trial, so we all left at different times and rankings just depended on our times. All the boats lined up one in front of the other at the start line, based on our boat numbers. I was strangely not as nervous as I usually am for running and skiing races, and was rather just really excited for this new experience! I found it so incredible that two months ago, not a single one of us had ever set foot in a boat and today we were actually ...

Beamish

A travel blog entry by jayton on Jun 27, 2013

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... been asked twice that day, but thousands of time over the last few years. You have to see the sketch to really appreciate the joke, but what Ronnie Barker wanted was 'Fork (H)andles'. That was only the first part of the sketch and is truly hilarious.

Took lots of pics of lots of things including a movie of a big girl riding the STEAM powered roundabout. How childish can you get? It was a good day out even ...

A very old tree

A travel blog entry by jayton on Jun 24, 2013

... 1900 years ago and was finally dismantled some time in the late 600's to build a church. The village itself is a delightful place full of history since the Roman days. It is very close to Hadrians Wall so the Romans have had a big influence on this area.

We had a walk along the river to the site of the old Roman bridge, but what we saw was a partial reconstruction on land using the original stone removed from the ...

I'm Baaaaack

A travel blog entry by jayton on Jun 22, 2013

... an hour because......the toilets wouldn't flush. I suppose some plumber got paid a few hundred dollars call out fee and 3 hundred dollars an hour, or part thereof, to fix them. Either that or they re-booted the computer. We all had to get off the plane while it was being fixed.

Singapore Airlines are very good.

Back to the van and replaced the fan on the car as the one I ...

From St. Andrew's to Loch Ness!

A travel blog entry by jamiecattell5 on Jul 07, 2012

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... picture to show you. Sorry! Just trust that it was pretty. The low lands of Scotland has beautiful plush fields filled with a bunch of naked sheep. (It's summer so they've all been sheered.) Our next stop was the Hermitage, also know as Birnham Woods from Shakespeare's Macbeth. This was an amazing wooded walk which lead us to this circular little hut. We went inside and it was a plain white room with a big picture of Ossion (a Celtic ...