Pine Trees Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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... have had to wait 3 hours for the bus we'd booked to Perth as it was a Sunday service so that was great. We were home and watching the f1 on bbc I-player by 6pm. Tired though so off to bed now. End of blog till next holiday apart from adding a few more ...
... to a tiebreak again and we won the bottle of wine again! As we were all going to bed early and no one had room to take a bottle home we gave it to the entertainment team. The surprise and thanks on the face of the one we gave it to was well worth it. It wasn't about the wine anyway . It was about the ...
... and I came away with a wonderfully bright torch that is small enough to go in my pocket - ideal when I am walking Treacle in the dark.
Tomorrow I start to head towards the borders, I shall miss being called 'pal' which I thought was only used for men, but obviously not, I shall miss the delightful accent and the wonderful scenery and even the haggis, but there are exciting things ahead of me and at least I can (and will) come back to Scotland another year.
... The fish swim from one chamber to the next via small circular entrances, which restrict the amount of water flowing from one chamber to the next. There is a fish counter that records how many fish have passed through seach season, the usual annual count is over 5,000 fish.
I didn't see one salmon in the dam or ladder, so I has to settle for a smoked salmon baguette for lunch ...
We broke camp at about 9:30am this morning and started our journey to our final destination of St Andrews. Always wanted to see the famous golf links there and the university. But, as per usual Gail and I stopped along the way to take in a few sights. The first stop was Kinloss Abbey. Here, we walked through the ruins of this ancient site. On the far side of the ruins is a Commonwealth War Grave site for pilots and air crew who lost their lives from ...