Breadalbane Arms

Address: Aberfeldy, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH15 2DF, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Aberfeldy

      Red squirrels

      A travel blog entry by weixiao on Mar 31, 2015

      14 photos

      ... became a little hazardous in unexpected heavy snow! Once back in the warm, dry car, we were reluctant to head out into the unknown weather conditions again so we drove along Loch Tay to Kilin and back. The Dochart Falls in Killin made for a dramatic stop off. The drive was stunning. Isaac is constantly informing us that there are 'MORE ...

      Rafting the River Tay & Alan Torrance

      A travel blog entry by pasinas on Jun 26, 2014

      4 comments

      ... we finished our rafting trip, and we all made our way to sample and purchase some gourmet chocolates. Lunch was our first authentic introduction to Cottage Pie (Shepherd's Pie), and afterwards was a treat - we walked down the road to a small meeting room (I think the room is used for their equivalent of a Girl Scouts Brownies Troop) where the students had a lesson on Scottish Highlander History from none other than Alan Torrance. Alan Torrance is a local ...

      First time in Scotland

      A travel blog entry by mortlipp on Jun 17, 2014

      28 photos

      ... have been rendered in a gold coloured lime wash, again, not the drab stone castle of my imagination. After Stirling Castle we were not sure about visiting Doune Castle but found it to be more original and interesting than Stirling. It has not ever been under siege and as it was not lived in constantly it was not altered over the years, so what you see is 14th Century architecture and all the mod cons of the time, for example, private privies (en ...

      Munro Bagging and other Scottish things

      A travel blog entry by joycastillo3 on Jul 20, 2013

      1 comment, 51 photos

      ... that). Our train ride from Edinburgh to London was 4 hours and 45 minutes of hell, as we were surrounded by what appeared to be some sort of return trip from a stag weekend. One question I am still pondering is whether, left alone with other men for a booze-filled weekend, all men act like those guys. Shudder.
      London is supposed to be in the 90s while we're there. Looking forward to making the most of it anyway!
      So long, Scotland. We will meet ...

      The End of the Yellow Brick Road by Judith

      A travel blog entry by weemcd on Jun 25, 2012

      4 comments, 2 photos

      ... the garden cannot be left in the summer. So if we want to travel again and don’t want to work into our seventies just to afford to run the house, it all points to selling. The only problem is that I am relishing being back there. The intrepid traveller who lived happily out of an 11 kilogram rucsac for a year and chose as her favourite quote, Mahatma Gandhi’s, ‘Live simply, so that others may simply live’, ...