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Situated in Pitlochry, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Pitlochry Festival Theatre and Pitlochry Power Station and Dam. Bells Blair Athol Distillery ...
Fonab Castle Hotel & Spa£162Fonab Castle Hotel & Spa£162
Situated in Pitlochry, this hotel is close to Pitlochry Golf Club, Pitlochry Power Station and Dam and Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Also nearby are Bells Blair ...
McKays Hotel Bar & Restaurant£58McKays Hotel Bar & Restaurant£58
Situated in Pitlochry, this guesthouse is within 1 mile (2 km) of Pitlochry Golf Club, Pitlochry Power Station and Dam and Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Bells ...
Craigmhor Lodge & Courtyard£91Craigmhor Lodge & Courtyard£91
One of Scotland’s largest attractions is surely its famous Edinburgh Castle, which crowns the capital and can be viewed from nearly every hotel, restaurant, pub, and shop in the city. Visitors to the country, however, will quickly discover that there are plenty of spectacular castles, palaces, and tower houses to see all throughout the country. The region of Perth and Kinross is no different, and is home to a few truly unique and historical buildings, such as Scone Palace, where Scottish kings were once crowned on the Stone of Scone, and Loch Leven, which was the jail of Mary Queen of Scots until she escaped in 1568.
In the village of Blair Atholl that sits at the junction of the River Tilt and the River Garry, visitors will discover Blair Castle, whose history recounts everything from a visit by Mary Queen of Scots to the creation of Europe’s only remaining private army, the Atholl Highlanders. The castle is also home to a remarkable grounds, including a nine acre walled garden.
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