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Perthshire castles and whisky tours
Peek back into history and recapture, if only momentarily, the events of the past in a part of Scotland which captivated the historic figures who made Scotland great. Some suggestions include:
Home of a Clan Chief at Castle Menzies, by Aberfeldy, where Bonnie Prince Charlie stayed on his way to the Battle of Culloden;
Two and a half centuries of military history at the BlackWatch Museum;
The childhood home of the Queen Mother at GlamisCastle
The island castle on Loch Leven where Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisoned for almost a year before her dramatic escape;
The Church where John Knox fuelled the fire of the Reformation at St. John'sKirk in Perth;
Walk to the stunning waterfalls that inspired Robert Burns' poem; "The Birks O' Aberfeldy".
Oldest existing library in Scotland (Innerpeffray, near Crieff), founded by Lord Madderty in 1680.
Queen's View, one of the most famous views in Scotland across Loch Tummel to Schiehallion. Queen Victoria took tea here in 1866, but the viewpoint actually commemorates Queen Isabel, first wife of Robert the Bruce.
The fairy-tale white BlairCastle, protected by the last and only private army in Europe;
The magnificent SconePalace, where Kings of Scots including Robert the Bruce, were crowned - many atop the fabled Stone of Destiny.
Listen for the footsteps of "My Lady Greensleeves" who is reputed to haunt Huntingtower Castle where Mary, Queen of Scots visited in 1565 while on her honeymoon with Darnley.
Superb Whisky tours of Scotland for real whisky lovers, based in Perth.
Perthshirehas become almost synonymous with whisky, with many Famous Scottish working distilleries in Perthshire, all with great visitor centres. And the locality can hold its own with the famous Grampian Whisky Trails
Here are a selection of local Scottish Whisky Distilleries and tours in the Highlands of Perthshire: All are within 1 hour of the hotel, comfortably
Edradour Distillery - Scotland’s smallest, and a real charmer!
Dalwhinnie Distillery - home of one of the famous 6 Classic Malts, with a 5 star visitor centre and superb shop.
Blair Athol Distillery - Established in 1798 in the picturesque town of Pitlochry, one of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland.
Dewars World of Whisky - a unique exhibition and interactive centre that makes use of the latest technology to celebrate the courageous entrepreneurial spirit of the Dewar family.
Glenturret and the 'Famous Grouse Experience' - Scotland’s oldest distillery, with a famous award winning visitor centre now housing ‘The Famous Grouse Experience’.