Restaurants in Perth and Kinross, Scotland.
Drummond Castle, Crieff
The pastoral landscape is marked in neighbouring Perthshire which gives a first glimpse of the Highlands. Perthshire, labelled “All of Scotland”, really is a beautiful country with a fabulous selection of accommodation available ranging from hotels that number amongst the best in Britain to small and personalised B&B’s. It is also noted for its “Rob Roy” connections as highlighted in the recent Hollywood Blockbuster starring Liam Neeson.
Historic monuments in Perthshire include Blair Castle, where, twice a day, bagpipes can be heard echoing through the corridors of this 13th century stronghold. The last siege of a castle in Britain took place at Blair around 250 years ago - the year after Bonnie Price Charlie had stayed on his way south. The Castle stands on 130,000 acres which a includes a 70,000 acre deer forest.
Perth & Kinross is the home of several magnificent historic attractions including Blair Castle, Scone Palace and Drummond Castle.
Restaurants in Perth and Kinross
Andrew Fairlie @ Gleneagles
The Bank Restaurant
An Lochan Tormaukin
Killiecrankie House Hotel
Ballathie House Hotel
The Green Hotel
63 Tay Street
Best Western Hunting Hotel
Deans @ Lets Eat
Murrayshall Country House Hotel
Green Park Hotel
Pine Trees Hotel
Achray House Hotel
The Four Seasons Hotel
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