Huntingtower Castle (Perth) Reviews
Description:Huntingtower Castle can be found just west of Perth. Huntingtower is medieval in origin but has seen significant ... more
Newest Review: ... or if it is a nice day i would suggest walking as Perth is not that big. There is a stream just down the road from the castle where you can get lovely fresh cold Scottish water so its defiantly worth taking a couple of empty water bottles with you. **History** This castle has had royalty live there-Mary queen of Scots stayed there a couple of times and her son also lived there(not ... more
Customer Huntingtower Castle (Perth) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/09/08 (Very useful, 74 readings)
****Huntingtower Castle**** This is somewhere i have visited 100's of times over the years and i have never got tired of it,even if my visit is only sitting in the grounds during a lunch break or reading a book in the sun. **Where is is / nearby attractions** You can find this just outside of Perth,past Tescos on the Crieff Road and it is on the right .(on the A9,near a junction going towards the A85) Other attractions nearby include Elcho Castle,Scone Palace,Perth Museum and art gallery so you could easily make a day of it and visit all these plus a few others. If you were staying in Perth you could get a number 1 or 2 bus from the ... Read the complete review
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