Murraypark Hotel

Address: Connaught Terrace, Crieff, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH7 3DJ , United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Connaught Terrace, Crieff, is near The Famous Grouse Experience, Drummond Gardens, and Glenalmond Tweed Company.
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      Travel Blogs from Crieff

      The Enchanted Forest

      A travel blog entry by muggie on Oct 03, 2013

      9 photos

      ... purchased and we boarded the bus for the Enchanted Forest. I had looked at this place on the internet before coming over. It is a beautiful place with giant trees, moss-covered logs and red-topped mushrooms. In the summer months they light up the forest for night time wanderings. Unfortunately, Summer is over and so are the lights but the walk through the forest was spectacular. There is a waterfall and a cedar of Lebanon tree just at the base of the waterfall ...

      Druid's Cave - an awesome rock formation

      A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace on May 20, 2013

      1 comment, 78 photos

      ... was partly cloudy at least at the start of the day. Rain wasn't forecast until later. Also, the winds were very light and the temperature was fairly pleasant. So I was lucky. Obviously, it made my journey to the cave much better!

      So I left the B&B early and drove straight to the parking lot for the hike. The formation is in a place called Glen Almond. There is a private road there (a dirt road) and people are allowed to walk/hike along the road, but you can't drive you ...

      Our journey through the Highlands: A Novel

      A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Nov 03, 2012

      30 photos

      ... was insane! It was a single track roads with crazy switchbacks and steep uphills. There were narrow roads with hedges and jagged cliffs and mountain sheep looking down at us from the hills. We finally found the Brochs at the end of a tiny road. Just knowing someone had lived inside two THOUSAND years ago was enough to blow my mind. Living in Canada we rarely see very old things made by people.

      On the dark drive to Plockton (we have a pattern of arriving at ...

      Hightailing it through the Highlands

      A travel blog entry by evanvanderploeg on Aug 18, 2012

      25 photos

      ... we could tell had moved from the city for a quieter life. They put in a big effort and he had even drawn an Australian flag on the blackboard at the door (we didn’t notice it until he pointed it out). But the thing I was really impressed with was the breakfast. They had a menu in our room and we just dropped it off that night with our order. We discovered this was a standard Scottish thing to do and we loved it. Of course I chose the smoked salmon breakfast ...

      Walking Amongst (and in) the Graves

      A travel blog entry by nellieva on Mar 30, 2012

      31 photos

      ... to expect. It was listed as a must see, and I assumed it was some ancient water wheel or such. In reality, it is a singularly unique -- and completely modern -- lock system, linking the main canals between Edinburgh and the Scottish Highlands. Rather than have a long series of stair-stepped locks, the wheel system is just that -- a huge wheel, with two identical boat slips on 180-degree ends of a huge wheel. A barge or canal boat ...