Pine Trees Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPine Trees Hotel Pitlochry
When driving in you thing that you have taken a wrong turn but then you see it, it looks like the photos but better. this is an amazingly visual place to stay the inside of the hotel is beautiful, you just have to visit to get what I mean.
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... we kept seeing electronic highway signs warning "Heavy Rain Expected". We got to the site of the games at 10:00. While there WAS an organization of arenas and venues, it was not laid out for the public well, so it took us a bit to figure things out. We started in the way-back arena with the Level 4 (lowest level) pipers bands competition. We had watched several when the nex band in line was from the USA. We wanted to move on to the ...
... some snow patches to cross, and thence to the rocky summit and spectacular cliffs. As we enjoyed the summit views there was a roar of a plane and we were treated to the sight of an RAF typhoon flashing down below us in the Lairig Ghru! We met the rest of the party as we started our descent, and enjoyed their company for some of the descent as a few clouds bubbled up and the wind increased.
A great day to end an excellent week
... near the summit plateau. We were in fine weather, cloudy but dry and with excellent views.
Our descent path followed the previously missed path and ended up in glorious sunshine along the river. We saw only 2 other people all day, but several herds of deer. The heavens opened as we drove home via a pub in ...
... at first but soon cleared. It was really warm in the sunshine, with cold
spells when the wind blew. The stalkers path was not too steep, and led to the rounded grassy summit where we watched squalls all around. At least I could see the top this time unlike in 1998! We returned by the same route, finally needing waterproofs for the last couple of kilometres.
The rest of the party completed both summits returning by a more Northerly ...
... rooms for storage of valuables. In one room was a large portrait of Sir Robert Menzies who is a descendent of the Menzies Clan. Another room had been used by Bonnie Prince Charlie before his demise. More history to take in to add to the plethora we have already been exposed to. Added to the beautiful countryside we travelled through, our excursion today was a very pleasant way to finish our 2 week journey through the countryside of Scotland. We are off to Edinburgh ...