The Anglers Inn & Restaurant

Address: Main Road, Guildtown, Perth, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH2 6BS, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

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 ...

AH, CALEDONIA! : Pt III

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 ...

Phase 17 Day 3

A travel blog entry by heather-stewart on Jun 07, 2012

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... and a reward for the walk. It is gorgeous. Will do a fashion photo later!!! Stewart treated himself to a new hat- a very sophisticated Roadie!! We headed for Pitlochry where Helen carried out some reatail therapy before heading for home. It had been a remarkable day made all the better because of a change of route this morning. To Dick and Moi- your worry about the weather today was thankfully unfounded, but watch this space tomorrow!! To Eva, we are thinking of you. To all of you our love.ttfn ...

How does one exit a train with no door handle?

A travel blog entry by tenison on Aug 28, 2011

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... in a long while. It consisted of "project" after project, cheaply made, very plain, not very homey looking. It presented a dichotomy: it obviously provided homes for many - but how I wish for them to have some beauty around them.

Ron wanted me to tell you that he finally tried haggis and blood pudding this morning. He gamely ate them both down, but has no desire to repeat the experience. Now, if ...

Scotland

A travel blog entry by lucyshephard on Sep 14, 2010

... that she'd said that she had worked at Tea in the Park (a British Music Festival) doing her St Andrews First Aid, and I said "Hang on, have you actually met them?!" and she said "Oh yes, they are so nice. Katy was so nervous before she went on the stage!" hahaha just causally. It turns out she was working on the main stage at the last Tea in the Park festival and she met all the big artists who were playing there! Anyway after all that, we headed back ...