Wednesday, 29 August 2007

Self Catering Perthshire

Self Catering Perthshire
Play golf at Gleneagles stay in self catering perthshire cottages.


Friday, 24 August 2007

Scone Palace

Scone Palace Moot Hill

Moot Hill
Scone was the Ancient Crowning Place of the Scottish Kings. They were crowned on an ancient mound which has been known by many names. Two of its names - Omnis Terra (every man's land) and Boot Hill - come from an ancient tradition whereby emissaries swore fealty to their king by wearing the earth of their own lands in their foot-bindings or boots. Another name is the Hill of Credulity (or Hill of Belief), which dates from AD 710 when the Pictish King Nectan came to Scone to embrace the customs of the Church of Rome. The name by which it is best known today is the Moot Hill.
From the time of Kenneth MacAlpin, who created the Kingdom of Scone in the 9th century, all the Kings of Scots were crowned upon the Moot Hill, seated upon the Stone of Scone. Even after the Stone's removal by King Edward I in 1296, the Moot Hill continued to be the crowning place of the Scottish Kings. Probably the greatest historic event to take place at Scone was the coronation of Robert the Bruce, who declared himself King of Scots upon the Moot Hill on 25 March 1306. The last coronation held at Scone was that of King Charles II as King of Scots on 1 January 1651, some nine years before he was restored to the English throne.
Like the Palace, the chapel was restored in Gothic style around 1804. A replica of the Stone of Scone sits upon the Moot Hill, marking the site of the original.

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Tuesday, 21 August 2007

Holiday Cottage near Perth Scotland

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Monday, 20 August 2007

Late Availability Holiday Cottage Perth


Late Availability Holiday Cottage Perth
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Thursday, 16 August 2007

Holiday Cottage Perth

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Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

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Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth
Stay in Tay Chambers overlooking the Tay in Perth.

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth
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Stay nearby in Perth overlooking the Tay

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth



Enjoy Perth Old and New. Stay in comfort in our fully equipped holiday cottage and apartments.

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth
Perth is a busy shopping centre and ideal for a weekend break to get away from it all.
Holiday Cottage Perth

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth
The River Tay in Perth is a perfect location for a walk and a visit to the shops.
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Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth
When planning a holiday or short self catering break in a cottage in or near Perth, visit Taypearls

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth
Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth
View from River Chambers overlooking the River Tay.



Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

From this side of the River Tay in Perth, you can look across to our River Chambers Self Catering Apartments.

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

Self Catering Holiday Cottage Perth

As we move towards Autumn Perth is a beautiful City to Visit or stay for a Self Catering break


Saturday, 11 August 2007

Thursday, 9 August 2007

Fair Maids House Perth, Scotland

Fair Maids House Perth, Scotland


The Fair Maid's House is regarded as the oldest secular building in Perth. Located in Curfew Row, next to Lord John Murray's Stables, the two-storey B-listed building is much altered but still contains mediaeval fragments. The house is most notably linked to Catherine Glover, the fictitious heroine of Sir Walter Scott's poplar novel the Fair Maid of Perth (1828), which provides a romantised account of the town in the late 14th century intermixed with some genuine historical events. The Maid's father, Simon Glover, was a senior member of the Glovers Incorporation who, according to Scott, lived here with his pious and chaste daughter.
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