Knockendarroch House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Pitlochry
... life than anything they knew in the 70s, as Andrew, the eldest, catches the spirit of adventure in marching off to war with the orphaned Cedric--and then sees Cedric die.
So here I stood at Smailholm today. It was surreal, a thrill, to stand amidst this rocky landscape so wonderfully described by Margaret Anderson--I remember Andrew scrambling down those hills as if I was there with him. It was a thrill to look up at this tower ...
... distance, the spacing and arrangement, of and between--Hermitage Castle, the nearby chapel, and the Cout of Kielder's grave. While researching, I have found information on, and pictures of, all three--but no sense of the connection between them. Today, I walked from one to the other, and saw it firsthand.
Hermitage Castle, for those who are interested, is the home of the Bad Lord ...
... die for. Our favorite part was watching the Pipe band competition where pipe bands from different regions march around the fair grounds. Some of the drumming reminded Amber of Japanese taiko drumming because the drummers used such flair with the drumsticks. The quality of piping was so good and even though we've been hearing it ...
... room you are in and it tells you all about that place. Similar to ones I remember using at Hastings battle ground when I was a kid. Doune castle in modern times is most famous for being used in the monty python and the holy grail film (Terry Jones was the voice over on the audio recordings). But in its medieval history was originally built in the 13th century, and after a few war wounds was inhabited by king Robert II's son, also Robert. At one point ...
... the new Parliament, Edinburgh university and of course the amazing Edinburgh castle and down the Royal Mile. It turned out to be a lovely sunny day and it did really help in us getting our bearings. Didn't really help on the job front though! We wandered aimlessly for another hour or so and then gave up and jumped on the train to Pitlochry where my mum's cousin (and thus my cousin too) lives. I was very excited to see Kate as we always seem to have a great time in each ...