The Anglers Inn & Restaurant

Address: Main Road, Guildtown, Perth, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH2 6BS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Main Road, Guildtown, Perth, is near Scone Palace, The Black Watch Museum, Huntingtower Castle, and Bruar Falls.
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Travel Blogs from Perth

Here's to a new year!

A travel blog entry by emseale on Mar 02, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

... the market hall since she was able to translate everything, explain to us what was being sold and share with us personal anecdotes. We got to taste so many different Hungarian specialties being sold and left with wonderfully full bellies. Our next stop was to the Gellert Baths, one of the most famous thermal baths of the city - a Hungarian version of le Nordik Spa/le Scandinave. There were hot thermal baths, cold pools and a sauna and we alternated between the various pools which ...

At last, the Scottish Summer is revealed!

A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 10, 2014


... and it started bucketing down (and sideways). It just happened that I was near a stall selling umbrellas, so I quickly bought a pretty ugly 5 GBP umbrella to keep us dry.

By the time we made it back to the buses and the tents it was raining fairly heavily and there were a lot of glum faces.

Somewhat ironically, the bag pipes don't fair well when played in the wet. Especially when it's raining heavily (rain can get in to the drones and ruin the wood). So as ...

Visit to where they crown the Scot Kings

A travel blog entry by magyargirl1 on Apr 16, 2013

11 photos

... all the old pictures and reading the history. The café downstairs was lovely - I had a wonderful lunch and a scone and tea for dessert.

Missed the bus back into town so I had to walk down the hill and across the river Tay. I was not too happy at first to walk back into town (due to the crazy wind and sporadic showers) but it turned out to be a good trip. It only took me 40 minutes and I got ...

The last stretch begins! Perth - Dundee

A travel blog entry by team_donaldson on Jul 07, 2011

4 photos

... to get to Perth by train, only to discover when I got to the station that all trains had been cancelled due to signalling problems! I almost had to pull out of the leg, which would have been a great disappointment, but Mark Murphy came to my rescue and gave me a lift up to Perth’s MGM branch. Things got much better after that, apart from a worry that the day was going to be as wet as Wednesday when it started to rain as we left Perth!! Fortunately the weather got ...

Blackie’s Scottish golf odyssey

A travel blog entry by callyblackie on Sep 22, 2010

32 photos

... it was the first week back for most of the students. The place was packed with one of the soccer teams at one end and a rugby team at the other, but undaunted, we continued to the bar. With the promise of cheap food and a whisky, I was not moving. We ordered our food and then thought “where are we going to eat it”? None the less it was whisky time and I ordered a single malt….ol mate behind the bar said “which one”?…..I said “the best one ...