My partner works away a lot as an electrical contractor, and as our relationship has developed he has been inviting me along to Scotland on his stays so we can spend more time together and sight...
Advantages A wonderful afternoon absorbing Scottish heritage!
Disadvantages Palace very small so would need a dry day to enjoy outdoor facilities.
My partner works away a lot as an electrical contractor, and as our relationship has developed he has been inviting me along to Scotland on his stays so we can spend more time together and sight-see some of the stunning Castles and Palaces this beautiful country has to offer. One of the places we have visited of late has been the fabulous Scone Palace – home of the 8th Earl of Mansfield and previously visited by some of the Nation’s Greats such as Robert the Bruce, King Charles ll and Bonnie Prince Charlie. Queen Victoria graced this splendid Palace with her presence in 1842 and a whole ...
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Advantages enough to see to last all day, knowledgeable guides, extensive grounds
Disadvantages you don't see the real Stone, a little cramped inside, grounds depend on the weather
On our holiday to Scotland a couple of weeks ago, one of the places my dad really wanted to see was Scone Palace so one of our days out was formed of a trip there. As a preamble, it was something of an effort to find - I don’t know whether we were approaching it from an angle that few visitors do but there seemed to be a distinct lack of signposts for the palace (an odd thing considering it is a visitor attraction connected with a famous stone) and we had a short detour into Scone itself before we got there. First Impressions Luckily we did find the palace eventually and found ourselves ...