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Get off the beaten track and explore the beautiful scenery of Atholl Estates on a Land Rover Safari. Travel down remote tracks and scale the heights of this spectacular landscape covering distances only the very energetic could accomplish on foot.
Our breathtaking Safaris take in some of the remote, dramatic and tranquil areas of the 145,000 acre estate from peaceful glen to lofty hillside. Each safari is a personal and special experience limited to a maximum of 6 people. Your Land Rover will be driven by one of our expert guides who live and work on the estate and who will share their detailed knowledge of the area which is rich in wildlife including red squirrels, birds of prey, mountain hares and red deer.
The Whisky Tasting experience at Kinloch House hotel is conducted by local whisky merchant, Morrison and MacKay ltd. A qualified representative from Morrison and MacKay ltd will come to Kinloch House to spend an evening with you taking you through the finest whiskies from its exclusive “Celebration of the Cask” range. The tasting will include whiskies distilled in the 1990’s, 1980’s and 1970’s at Scotlands finest distilleries. The evening is an entertaining and informative experience not to be missed when staying at Kinloch House Hotel.”
There can be few places of interest in Scotland as historically potent as Scone Palace. When you visit the Palace you are walking in the footsteps of Scotland’s ancient founding fathers, both pagan and Christian. It was an important religious gathering place of the Picts, it was the site of an early Christian church and it housed the Stone of Destiny, which was used for the crowning of Scottish Kings until it was captured by Edward I in 1296 and taken to Westminster Abbey. It was then used for the coronation of English sovereigns including Queen Elizabeth II. It has now been returned to Scotland.
Scone Palace houses some of the finest collections in Britain including porcelain, ivories and furniture.