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    Merlindale B&B, Crieff

    Quite possibly the best B&B I’ve stayed in within the UK

    Lovely hosts, lots of nice little touches, very large and comfortable rooms and a fantastic breakfast. The owner also let me park the bike in his garage.

    Highly recommended

    https://www.merlindale.co.uk










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    Hi Sven,

    Anywhere for an evening meal?

    TD

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    Sven, you must either look hilarious or be the best husband ever....your lovely wife never seems to stop smiling !

    (....and bookmarked for B and B future reference)

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    Did you happen to go to the Crieff visitor centre Steve? Was it open?
    Pas d’elle yeux Rhône que nous.

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    Thanks for the recommendation.

    Heading up that way to Perth in a few days.

    Cheers !

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    Looks lovely...
    Why so serious ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by team duvet View Post
    Hi Sven,

    Anywhere for an evening meal?

    TD

    There’s a gastropub just down the road and the town centre is a five minute walk, but you’ll probably need to book wherever you go (like a lot of places nowadays). We ended up in a Thai restaurant as it was the only place with availability, although the food was good, if slightly too mild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey B View Post
    Sven, you must either look hilarious or be the best husband ever....your lovely wife never seems to stop smiling !

    (....and bookmarked for B and B future reference)
    I think she’s just slightly insane

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    Quote Originally Posted by sven View Post
    We ended up in a Thai restaurant as it was the only place with availability, although the food was good, if slightly too mild.
    Just back from Scotland, where I had 2 curries and both were mild, even though they stated they where spicy, they must not have the ruined Yorkie taste buds up there.

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