Thursday April 9, 2020

Heaven and Perth

A break in picturesque Perthshire offers a chance to admire some of Scotland’s most remarkable scenery, writes Vanessa O’Loughlin

1st May, 2010

On the Glasgow bound flight from Dublin on January 2, I read a newspaper article about a woman who left her remote home on Cape Wrath in the Scottish Highlands to buy a turkey in Inverness two days before Christmas, and had been stranded ever since because of the weather.

In the depths of the new year freeze, I wonder if a short break in Perthshire, the gateway to the Highlands, is a wise idea. With...

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