The Perthshire village of Comrie is a beautiful village right on the edge of Highland Perthshire. The village is know as the Shaky Toon due to it’s position on the Highland Boundary Fault and regular earthquakes that can be sensed by seizmology equipment in the village. Read more
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
Lossiemouth is a town of around 7000 people on the Moray coast at the mouth of the River Lossie (strangely enough!). It is widely known for it’s RAF base and that does indeed have a large presence in the area but being coastal and having a large harbour attracts sea lovers to the town too. Read more
Renting a cottage in the Highlands can be a really great way to take a holiday in Scotland. It is often a lot cheaper than staying in hotels and bed and breakfasts and gives you a lot more freedom to enjoy your Scottish Highland holiday. Read more
Scotland has a lot of old railways that have been re-invented as steam railways and heritage railways run by enthusiasts. Here is a run-down of some of these Scottish Railways. Read more
Pitlochry is a wonderful holiday town in Highland Perthshire situated just off the main A9 road that runs from Perth to Inverness. It is a favourite with tourists and the main street is always busy with visitors. Pitlochry has some very popular hotels, things to do and places to see with something to suit everyone. Read more
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