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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ailean Chraggan Aberfeldy
Travel Blogs from Aberfeldy
... outside the town was a whisky distillery called Blair Athol. We weren't in the mood for a tour, just wanted to see the free exhibit and maybe try a sip or buy a small bottle. Another disappointment as the exhibit was almost non-existent and the shop horribly overpriced.
The Glenfarg hotel in Perthshire is an amazing building with lots of antique furniture. Our room is large and has lots of character, including the accent wall with ...
... spoken in Britain.
After our day at the games we visited the Tullibardine Distillery and Brewery. Traci and Nathan are not big fans of scotch however we could not come to Scotland without visiting a distillery and this one was special. Its history dates back to 1488 when King James the IV of Scotland stopped here on the way to his coronation to buy beer and he later rewarded them with a ...
... Alan asked her first and last name (he enjoyed learning each students' ancestry), and when he heard she was a McMillan, he paused, took a step back, reached into his rucksack, and pulled out her clan tartan. He then laid the tartan out onto the floor and invited Samantha to help him fold it just as Raymond did with him earlier. I felt tears welling up in my eyes as I watched Samantha's face light up with a smile that stretched from one ear to the other. It ...
The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park is a gorgeous area, boasting forests, valleys, farms, mountains, lochs, rivers, quaint villages and lots of history. Nancy and I stayed in Drymen for three nights, and did everything from boat trips, swimming, mountain climbing, walking, whisky drinking, beef eating and cemetery visiting (Rob Roy MagGregor's, that is). The infamous "Highland midges" didn't bother us-apparently it was too hot for them-but we ...
... a load with a way too much earth - then we're waving our hands like crazy just to be sure that not even a tinest piece of ground come to the potato bag that Tesco offers to its customers. It's us: Waldek, Janus, Barbara, Vitalii, Stefan and Jacob who care about the high quality of potatos. We do our job from dawn till dusk, constantly and persistently, knowing, that - if we fail - someone, somewhere may be disappointed from his purchases. A little of ...