Lovely drive from Inverness to Pitlochry. A warm day but a bit overcast when we reached the town.
Lots of tourist and day trippers. Much as I remembered it. Plenty of cheap holiday gift stores and woollen bargain shops and added to that nowadays ... The ubiquitous coffee shops!
Derrybegg, our B&B is the typical large, converted Victorian house, so popular in The Highlands.
The furnishings and deco were standard and a bit tired, but comfortable enough. The shower was fantastic, the best since we've been in Scotland!
The place was full, so at about 800 quid a night, they aren't doing too badly! But I expect that business is slow in the winter.
We had booked tickets for the theatre.
A comedy ..... Alex's first (apart from the musical, Annie).
We walked to the theatre from town, which took a bit longer than we expected, so didn't manage to get into the restaurant and had to settle for the snack bar!
The sandwiches were good ... And so was the pint!
The building hadn't changed since my last visit in 1990 ..... Or indeed, since the 60s!