Fortingall Hotel

Aberfeldy, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH15 2NQ, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in Aberfeldy, is near Taymouth Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Aberfeldy

    Corrour Station House in brief

    A travel blog entry by paulandbre2014 on Aug 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... lake and a small row boat. We were by ourselves on the lake, which was dead still, we were a chance of a fish every cast. Bre ended up the winner as unfortunately we had to leave the fish biting as the midges where getting the best of us but it was a surreal day. Our whole time at Corrour was amazing, we will never forget tgis experience and are certain to come back to stay at the station house, defiantly as guests and to catch up with Lizzie and ...

    Whisky trail, rain, then Perth

    A travel blog entry by msheila on Aug 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... old and 18 yr old whiskies.
    From there we headed to Aviemore for a lunch stop before continuing on south to Perth. Along the way we experienced our first real rain since leaving home, driving for an hour or more in some continuing rain which had ceased by the time we reached Perth. The Mercure hotel was in an old stone building with a water stream running underneath the building then walked around the city center down to the River ...

    Lindisfarne, Holy Island & Killin, Lakes District

    A travel blog entry by parkes on Aug 26, 2014

    5 comments, 24 photos

    Hi again,
    Lindisfarne is an island off the UK east coast just south of the scottish border. You can only reach it by car over a causeway which is open to the tides, so you have to check to make sure what the tides are doing when you can come and go, and they've got lots of photos of vehicles that didn't take any notice. The monastery was built in AD646 by the monks to spread christianity to the english infidels. The stories and the wars over the years ...

    Rafting the River Tay & Alan Torrance

    A travel blog entry by pasinas on Jun 26, 2014

    4 comments

    ... to see anyway because of its position amongst the trees along the river. Our rafters seemed to struggle with our stroke timing, and we kept knocking each others' oars as we tried to paddle, but at least we only got stuck in the shallows once. And unlike the "pirate boat" that Calum and most of the other boys were on, we successfully made it down the final waterfall without getting stuck! The hardest part of the entire rafting adventure came at the end when we had ...

    Scotland

    A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Sep 11, 2013

    26 comments, 40 photos

    ... the landscape of Scotland is gorgeous, the parts of Ireland we experienced were gorgeous but they were a rolling hills and meadows, checkerboard farm fields gorgeous. Scotland is an "in your face" angular peaks, look at me, kind of gorgeous it does not beg to be admired, it demands it.

    The Lost Valley HIke started out as a steady incline that lulled me into thinking it wasn't so bad, then some boulders introduced themselved and I said, ...