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Enjoy a perfect Highland getaway at a holiday cottage in Blair Atholl
The small Highland village of Blair Atholl is set in Perthshire's rolling hills. Typical Blair Atholl accommodations include stone cottages and larger detached properties, all ideal for a relaxing Scottish break.
700 years of history at a typical Scottish castle
Even if you're not visiting at the time of the Atholl Gathering, a day out at Blair Castle is still an enjoyable and educational experience. Kids can complete the Castle Detectives Challenge as they work their way around the rooms, dress up in the ballroom, or go wild in the outdoor adventure play area. Pony trekking is also available at the estate.
History or whisky? Unusual days out in Perthshire
There are plenty of visitor attractions in Perthshire, ensuring there's something to suit all interests. History buffs should head to the Scottish Crannog Centre in Kenmore. Be transported back in time to the Iron Age and learn about crannogs, typical ancient Scottish lake houses. If food and drink are more your thing, the region also has a number of distilleries. One of the nicest is Edradour in Pitlochry, which is open year round for tours and tastings. There's also a gift shop – perfect for buying souvenirs.
Traditional Highland Games at the Atholl Gathering
If you're lucky enough to be in Blair Atholl on the last weekend in May, your visit will coincide with the famous Atholl Gathering. On Saturday, experience the sound of massed pipes and drums as Atholl Highlanders parade at the castle, resplendent in full Highland dress. The following day is the Atholl Highland Games, where visitors can watch events such as tossing the caber, Highland dancing, and tug o' war, browse the trade stands, or grab a burger and a beer in the refreshments tent.
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