Kilts and Kilt Hire in Scotland

It’s official, kilts rock. The kilt is the national dress of Scotland and is at it’s most popular in years. Everyone who’s anyone is looking for Scottish roots in their family so they can don a kilt and be seen in it. For us mere mortals, the kilt is the perfect all-round outfit. Wear a kilt as evening wear, wear it to a wedding, wear it to a funeral. Go to the rugby game in your kilt, or just about any function you could name. Read more

Outdoors Shops

With the large expanse of mountain, moor and water that is the Scottish Highlands on our doorstep, it is no surprise that the outdoors industry in Scotland is flourishing. There are a number of world class outdoors gear manufacturers producing top quality products, and any number of outdoors shops selling hillwalking, fishing, canoeing or other outdoors gear. Read more

Scottish Food

Scottish food is fantastic. We have one of the freshest larders in the world all around us and a climate that gives and abundance of top quality ingredients. Scottish food is being recognised more and more as some of the finest in the world, and whether you like game, beef, soft fruit, organic vegetables, dairy and cheese or seafood, you’ll find the best in Scotland. Read more

Holiday Lodges and Cabins in Scotland

To the visitor looking to rent a holiday lodge in Scotland, it can seem like there is an endless supply of beautiful stone cottages but is a little lacking in the log cabin variety of holiday home. We’ve compiled this collection of holiday lodges and cabins in locations right across the country to try and help. Have a look at the cabins below and see if any of them suit your holiday needs. Read more

The 12 Most Amazing Castles in Scotland

Ask anyone to name three things associated with Scotland and there’s a massive probability that castles will make it into their choices.

Scotland’s castles range from massive buildings of historic significance like Stirling or Edinburgh, down to fortified farmhouses built only to keep one family safe. Some are disappearing piles of rubble and others have been renewed, restored and turned into hotels, hostels or self-catering accommodation. Read more