Aldchlappie Hotel, Kirkmichael, Blairgowrie PH10 7NS, Scotland. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.
Country house hotel built as a private house in 1806; beautifully situated on 6 acres of extensive gardens and mature woodland. Coupar Angus Road, Blairgowrie,
Perthshire, PH10 6JN.
Telephone 01250 873512. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.
46 Wellmeadow, Blairgowrie,
Perthshire, PH10 6NH.
01250 872455. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.
or "Blair " as it is known locally, sits with its
sister community Rattray on the banks of the River Ericht, a
major tributary of the River Tay. The Ericht is considered to
have outstanding salmon fishing but there is much more than
salmon here. History, sporting activities and natural heritage
are among just some of the area's attractions. Blairgowrie
By the riverside
you will find Cargill's Visitor Centre, a converted corn mill.
On the opposite bank a former jute and flax mill, Keathbank
Mill, has been transformed into a heraldic museum housing Scotland's
largest water wheel.
Blairgowrie also has its own Genealogy Centre, popular with
overseas visitors hoping to trace their ancestors.
you can visit the ruins of Coupar Abbey, founded in 1164 or
visit the Tolbooth Tower, which was once a prison.
8 miles south east of Blairgowrie, you can visit a truly unique
collection of sculpted stones of the Celtic Christian period.
The 25 stones on display were excavated from the local churchyard
and now represent the largest collection of their kind in existence.
With two superb antique centres in the village, meigle and its
surrounding area is a favourite with antique collectors.
is the village of Glamis. Here you will discover Glamis
Castle, the childhood home to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth
the Queen Mother. This famous castle with fairytale turrets
and beautiful gardens has been a royal residence since the 14th
century. While in Glamis you can spend the afternoon at the
Angus Folk Museum.
burgh of Alyth lies at the foot of Glenisla and has links with
Arthurian Legends. On nearby Barry Hill stands the vitrified
fort in which Mordred is said to have kept King Arthur's Queen
Blair " area has activities and attractions to numerous
to mention. There are four golf courses, excellent angling,
and great walks along the River Ericht.
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