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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKingshouse Hotel Balquhidder
Although a little pricy for a single traveller the location, food and drink definitely make up for the price. But as the only hotel in the area, I guess they can charge what they like.
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Travel Blogs from Balquhidder
... and now Drymen. A pretty little village in the middle of nowehere but smack dab at the start of the Rob Roy Way. Tomorrow we start, but first a shower. the first since Tuesday by the way.
Having packed sparsely, with only 4 shirts, I'm going to see how long this one lasts. Just to kink out all you losers, I've been wearing it to ...
... our quizmaster, mind u the fact that I did not know any is neither here nor there. On to the show at 7 a tribute to Celine Dion then dinner. Last night was a 70's night and was fab. It was held down in the Centrum and the cruise director and a few of his staff were all dressed as the cast from YMCA and the whole place was jumping. I strutted a few moves along with Jacquie from my dinner table and with a wee bit of the twist here ( my knee was shouting AW Naw) a smooth electric ...
Left but not too far left
This could be construed as a political statement but it's not, this is our mantra while driving in Scotland. The first time we got in the car it was just plain weird, I felt like we were in a topsy, turvy, alternate universe. But once we finally left the airport it was smooth sailing at least for a little while. The main roads in Scotland, just as in Ireland, are well marked and easy to maneuver, then you come across a ...
... and housed at Westminster Cathedral until it was recently returned to Scotland(although there is some dispute as to whether it is the real one) and now lies at Edinburgh Castle. We spent a very pleasant hour touring the Palace and learning some more Scottish history as the Palace provided guides who were very knowledgeable ( we saw an amazing collection of ivory carvings and exquisite lacquered paper mâché ...
... village. It is a tiny place, located far up a "firth" (inlet from the ocean), and it fit its tour-book description. While the palace gardens were interesting, our main memories of Kinross will be for the fantastic pub lunch we had the Red Lion Inn. This included the best beer we had on the entire trip; one which -- unfortunately -- we failed to correctly identify and which we never did find again.
On our way to our ...