New County Hotel

Address: 22/30 County Place, Perth, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH2 8EE, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 22/30 County Place, Perth, is near The Black Watch Museum, Perth Art Gallery and Museum, Perth Leisure Pool, and Bruar Falls.
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First class ... but sadly not all the way

A travel blog entry by nottytotty on Sep 24, 2014

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... get off at Gleneagles as he was wearing a golf jumper but he got off at Edinburgh. Hurrah. I was given the breakfast menu but they then took it away. No bacon roll for me :-( but it got replaced by the lunch menu! Sad sandwich can stay in my bag. They're constantly feeding and watering us. Three cups of tea, biscuits, one glass of orange juice and puff pastry mushroom tart. I've rejected cake, crisps, sandwiches and a second serving of lunch. Definitely getting my £36 ...

Gunners

A travel blog entry by mr_mozam on Jul 01, 2013

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... 1080. The current version of the castle is built atop of some of the earlier structures which you can view by going down some tunnels if you are interested (we weren't). The original castle's chapel still exists and you can get married in it if you don't have many friends. It only has capacity for 20 people. The daily firing of the cannon took place at 1:00pm. The crowds gather around to see it. I got a video of it which is available ...

AH, CALEDONIA! : Pt III

A travel blog entry by jockmcconn on May 09, 2013

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... as we wanted to do the distillery tour. The distillery is a short way out of Pitlochry and the visit proved really worthwhile and educational although I felt that it is perhaps becoming a bit too commercialised.

There were about 20 of us on our tour at 7 per head but we were treated to a very nice tasting and we were each given a glass for our troubles.

From Pitlochry it was on to my favourite little place, Aberfeldy, but ...

Westfield - Perth - Aberdeen

A travel blog entry by brucedr13 on Oct 10, 2011

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We got up at about 8.40am and had some toast for breakfast. After saying goobye to Marion, we left and headed Northwards. We crossed the Firth of Forth on the Forth Road Bridge and arrived at Mary Clark's in Perth at about 10.30am. We had morning tea - coffee and pancakes and tunnocks (chocolate and marshmallow biscuits). We stayed for about an hour and then kept driving.

We drove North past Blairgowrie and stopped in braemar to have a look in a ...

Edinburgh

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebbie on Jan 01, 2011

... were able to go into the front section of the castle, so it was good to be able to see the walls of the castle up close. The view from either side of the top of the Royal Mile was amazing - Edinburgh Castle (like all good castles) is built on a huge rock outcrop, and so the land just falls away on either side. Consequently, you get these amazing views over the whole of Edinburgh.

At 2pm, we'd booked in on a tour of ...