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The Tappit Hen - DUNBLANE - Belhaven

Taking its name from the Scottish pewter cup which has a lid like a crested hen, this is a bar steeped in tradition. Facing the picturesque Dunblane Cathedral, The Tappit Hen is a friendly one-room pub that attracts a true cross-section of locals, plus tourists attracted to its great range of real ales and malt whiskies served from the old-fashioned wooden bar.

The Tappit Hen Dunblane Scotland Belhaven near Dunblane Cathedral

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Dunblane Cathedral

Dunblane Cathedral dates back to the 12th century, most of what stands being constructed during the bishopric of Clement in the 13th century. Today the building is maintained by Historic Scotland as a church of the Church of Scotland.

Dunblane Cathedral Church of Scotland near Stirling once the seat of the bishops of Dunblane

Dunblane Scotland - wikipedia

Dunblane (Scottish Gaelic: Dłn Bhląthain) is a small cathedral town and former burgh north of Stirling in the Stirling council area of Scotland. The town is situated off the A9 road, on the way north to Perth. Its main landmark is Dunblane Cathedral and the Allan Water runs through the town centre, with the Cathedral and the High Street on the east side. The town was a royal burgh and part of Perthshire until the 1975 abolition of Scottish counties. Dunblane refers to itself as a city, due to the presence of Dunblane Cathedral.

Dunblane, Development Trust Scotland Visitor infomation

The Dunblane web site. Dunblane community, business, accommodation, news, clubs, sport and events. Dunblane lies between the rugged mountain peaks of the Perthshire Highlands in the north and rich fertile carse of Stirling. Dunblane is one of the country's smallest cities but has a rich and colourful heritage that far outweighs its size. The story of this charming city is interwoven with that of its magnificent cathedral.


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