Perth SkyLodge

Address: Perth Airport Business Park, Perth, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH2 6PL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Perth Airport Business Park, Perth, is near Scone Palace, The Black Watch Museum, Perth Art Gallery and Museum, and Bruar Falls.
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      Inverness to Scone

      A travel blog entry by kas19 on Sep 16, 2014

      1 comment

      Much to Ryan's pleasure our B&B host assisted him in completing a three point turn out of her extremely cramped backyard and then we were on our way to the "Whisky Trail" for a distillery tour...which Ryan needed after getting backing up instructions from an eccentric old scottish lady. We drove through much more lush landscape and made our way to Pitlochry to tour the Eduadour scotch distillery. It is the smallest distillery ...

      Edinburgh to Perth

      A travel blog entry by priceless on May 27, 2013

      10 photos

      ... and becomes the M90, the cycle route is diverted due to road/cycle way works. This adds a further 3 kilometres as the diversion takes twists and turns through an estate - mind the wandering sheep - and wends its way towards Queensferry.

      Finally, we come on the to bridge. A quick stop for some photos, before heading out onto the bridge. Whilst standing there, being a suspension bridge, you can feel when the big ...

      The icy road to Isle of Man

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Feb 21, 2013

      3 photos

      ... its motorcycle TT races and also touring the ferry is well equipped to cater for bikes. Most ferry's simply park the bikes up and use rope to tie them down but here on this ferry there are special bike holders where the wheels clip into making it much safer than most other ferry's I have been on.

      Up into the warmth of the restaurant and another hot choc just to warm me up. As we sail out of port all I can see over the horizon ahead are wind turbines all across the Irish sea ...

      How does one exit a train with no door handle?

      A travel blog entry by tenison on Aug 28, 2011

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... children, with rolling grass hills, trees to climb, peacocks to chase and a great maze in which to wander.

      The city of Perth itself had a few buildings remarkable for their age and architecture, but overall was not a city to stand out in our minds. A step above, but only, the city of Falkirk (where we experienced the canal wheel). That was the most despressing city I have had the displeasure of ...

      Into the Home of Willy Wallace

      A travel blog entry by les_hastings on May 30, 2011

      5 comments, 1 photo

      We all made it to Stirling… and we're a;; starting thinking the end is getting closer

      The ride out of Moffatt was excellent… as we meandered along the roads taking us North. Even in relatively remote roads, the Scots have to be applauded for maintaining a serious of cycle paths on these routes.. the countryside reminded me of home in East Cork and West Waterford as we passed alongside planted forests of uniform tress, down rolling hills bounded ...