Tayside Hotel

51-53 Mill Street, Stanley, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH1 4NL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 51-53 Mill Street, Stanley, is near Scone Palace, Tummel River, The Macbeth Experience, and Blackcraig Forest.
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    Travel Blogs from Stanley

    Free Food Fan

    A travel blog entry by emseale on Sep 09, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... just chatting until TWO other people showed up - and that was the entirety of the people that attended - just a tad pathetic... but it sounded interesting nonetheless!

    And finally I went to a sports social at a bar downtown and met a bunch of people and once again ran into the Queen's girl, Melanie, whom I seem to see every single day without planning! Don't know where the two other girls from Queen's have been but the two of us get along so well!

    Day numero 2

    A travel blog entry by emseale on Sep 08, 2014

    4 comments, 2 photos

    ... of the day was to a free coffee mug giveaway from the development department, and though I may have nothing to do with development, I am definitely a fan of free stuff! I ran into another girl from Queen's on my way there and met all her flatmates who were all exchange students as well! After we all happily got our mugs we then went to a phone store to look at phone plans and then I finally went to a bedding store ...

    Bytes and books at Bannockburn and Innerpeffray

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Aug 07, 2014

    18 photos

    ... and traces their family tree all the way back via Almos and Arpad to Attila.

    The most frequently borrowed book in the 18th century was a 'History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V'. Considering that the readers were farmers and other estate workers, this shows an enviable level of literacy and interest in the wider world in the rural Scotland of the time. Certainly the Drummonds seemed to have thought more highly of their workers' intellectual ...


    A travel blog entry by tmason29 on Sep 01, 2013


    ... that these mountains have on me, I just want to come back to them, preferably on an clear and dry day!
    We are heading to Lochness, pretty castles and villages alond waterways as we get out of the mountains, Lochness it self is a bit of a dissapointment. I dont know what I was expecting but it is a very big sea lake in the middle of Scottland, deviding the country in two. Weather not being great, lake was massive but where we stopped had no charm compared to the towns that ...

    Druid's Cave - an awesome rock formation

    A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace on May 20, 2013

    1 comment, 78 photos

    ... trip (which was only like 5 more days though). I had less energy on hikes, and found I wanted to do less physical things. I still managed, but I was slower. This day really wore me out. I think also I was going back to back days of hiking without a rest, and this day was a bit too much I think. I did end up doing another hike the next day. It was much shorter though.

    It was a great day though. I felt very happy and lucky that I got to find and see Druid's Cave. I won't forget that. :)