Tayside Hotel

Address: 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


    A travel blog entry by gerognome on Jun 15, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... to where we want to go. We have stayed at a little place called Pitlochry for the past two nights in a B&B. The house is like a five star hotel. The people are great and the breakfast is served almost in silver service style. We will miss not being here for the rest of the trip. The price of food is the only thing that is very expensive here. If you want a good cut of steak, you nearly have to take out ...

    Yet another wonderful day!

    A travel blog entry by drlorid on Apr 16, 2015

    ... it above the cliff with the drive, Katie shoots her best round EVER including a drive on a 188yrd par 3 18th and lands it within 8 feet of the pin with her driver, and Katie and Kyleigh have a chip-off over a massive bunker and both execute. After the round, we stopped in at Kingsbarn distillery for a little snack of scones before going on a tour of the 5month old distillery. We tried some whiskey and consensus remains that we are not whiskey drinkers! ...


    A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Aug 05, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... 163;1.20 we parked our vehicle and got a return bus ride to Stirling. The walk up to the castle was impressive with the old town buildings looking beautiful with history oozing from every stone wall. The castle itself was quite spectacular and the view was stunning. It was a royal palace and there was a great hall in the centre of the castle where the people could meet with the King and Queen. If was lunchtime at the ...

    St Andrews vs Oxford (G)

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 03, 2013

    1 comment

    ... than I had remembered, but soon we were in the older part of town with its leafy tree lined streets and old buildings, much more the Oxford of the movies. Our collage, though fairly modern by comparison to some, has a lovely feel with its grassy quadrangles and spires.

    The first difference between the two towns that comes to mind are the bicycles. It isn't term time, but there are still many on the ...

    ...and home again, across the middle

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 15, 2013

    1 comment, 54 photos

    ... the field, not the sheep) five large standing stones and a clutter of smaller ones; then a lovely wood, (Temple Wood) unfortunately full of a busy mowing crew all going full bore with various mowers and weed-eaters, containing (the wood, not the mowers!) two large cairns, one enclosing a smaller stone circle; and a large cairn with a covered space that one could get into. This latter is one of a line of about five, known as the Linear Cemetery, stretching ...