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

First class ... but sadly not all the way

A travel blog entry by nottytotty on Sep 24, 2014

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Journey got off to a depressing start after hearing the woes of the taxi driver - losing his mum within 12 hours of his dad, both to cancer. Quitting work to look after his wife as she's wheelchair bound following surgery .... Spotted Ade on the platform who is heading back to work in Calais. I would have kept him company but not giving up my first class ticket! I decided not to talk to the James Heller lookalike (president from season 9 of 24) who took up all my foot space. Hoped ...


A travel blog entry by jockmcconn on May 09, 2013

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... around and found some nice old photos and paintings as well as a list of famous guests.

From there is was back to the car and I decided to take the family over the river to where my B 'n B was on my previous visit. We also drove out towards Scone ('Skoon') Palace. En route Chip read up on the history from 'Highland Heritage' and Kathryn became quite excited about the prospect of a visit but when we got to the impressive entrance ...

Par for the course

A travel blog entry by sarahimray on Nov 26, 2011


... town, and with every university town comes a ripping selection of pubs. Prince William met Kate here, and you can just imagine them falling in love over a pint of ale and fine local fish and chips. As detritus floats through the streets, blown by the gale, there is probably nothing better than being a spectator in a fine ale house. It's my version of the 19th green, except I didn't need to walk 18 holes to deserve it, just one lap of the beach recreating Chariots of ...

Fun at the fair!

A travel blog entry by thegrundyreids on Jul 01, 2011

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... of prey. I got to hold a ferret which was really cute! Alice then got her wish and mum took her to the bouncy castle whilst mandy took me round the craft marquee. She bought me a fairy from 'Beckas Insects' and she bought herself a cute spider. We then went back to the main arena to watch a falcon display and a show of gun dogs - labradors, springer spaniels (like our dog Gin) and cocker ...

Perth - The Fairest City of Them All

A travel blog entry by thecannons on Aug 23, 2010

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We're heading up to Perth first (Kate's home city), to drop off Monti (our dog) to his home for the year. Say our goodbyes and just chill for a week before heading off.
The week will hopefully consist of walks down the Inch, seeing old friends and maybe, just maybe a meal at Gleneagles.

We finally left Sheffield 6 hours late as we tried to cram everything, plus kids, plus dog into the car.
Had a ...