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MacDonald's Pub, Pitlochry.  One of the best lunches we ate during our Scottish honeymoon.

MacDonald's Pub, Pitlochry. One of the best lunches we ate during our Scottish honeymoon.

Dunmurray B, Pitlochry

Dunmurray B, Pitlochry

The Mash Tun is situated on the banks of the famous River Spey in the heart of Scotland’s Malt Whisky Trail in the beautiful village of Aberlour.The Mash Tun is currently owned and run by Mark Karen Braidwood, both of whom have a real passion for great food and Scottish malt whisky. This is reflected in the locally sourced and well presented food offered by friendly, helpful and knowledgeable staff.

The Mash Tun is situated on the banks of the famous River Spey in the heart of Scotland’s Malt Whisky Trail in the beautiful village of Aberlour.The Mash Tun is currently owned and run by Mark Karen Braidwood, both of whom have a real passion for great food and Scottish malt whisky. This is reflected in the locally sourced and well presented food offered by friendly, helpful and knowledgeable staff.

Dunalastair is an estate which lies along the River Tummel between Tummel Bridge to the east, and Kinloch Rannoch to the west. It was home to Clan Donnachaidh, which includes names such as Robertson, Duncan and Reid, and the estate contains the burial ground of the chiefs of the Clan Donnachaidh.

Dunalastair is an estate which lies along the River Tummel between Tummel Bridge to the east, and Kinloch Rannoch to the west. It was home to Clan Donnachaidh, which includes names such as Robertson, Duncan and Reid, and the estate contains the burial ground of the chiefs of the Clan Donnachaidh.

Glenelg, Dun Troddan and Dun Telve Broch, North & Grampian.  These two brochs are beautifully preserved standing more than 10m tall. Striking.

Glenelg, Dun Troddan and Dun Telve Broch, North & Grampian. These two brochs are beautifully preserved standing more than 10m tall. Striking.

Blair Castle, Perthshire, Scotland is said to have been started in 1269 by John I Comyn, Lord of Badenoch

Blair Castle, Perthshire, Scotland is said to have been started in 1269 by John I Comyn, Lord of Badenoch

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