In rural Scotland you often find that the local shop sells everything from bread to coal to fishing supplies to camping gas. Read more
Glencoe is one of Scotland’s most spectacular glens with world class mountain scenery and there are also plenty of things to do in Glencoe. The word Glencoe is sometimes translated as the Glen of Weeping which maybe down to a turbulent incident in it’s past, or it could be due to the copious volumes of water that run from the skies there and seem to drip off every surface. Read more
Fancy a holiday that is maybe a little different? Why not try a farm holiday in Scotland?
Farm holidays can suit a variety of people but are often best suited to people wanting a break away from the rat-race and for families with children. Read more
Oban is a good sized town in Argyll on the west coast of Scotland. Famous as a holiday and long weekend destination amongst many Scots in the central belt Oban has loads of stuff to do and places to stay. Read more
The Kenmore Hotel is located in the exquisite little village of Kenmore in Highland Perthshire, near the holiday center of Aberfeldy.
The Kenmore Hotel claims to be the oldest inn in Scotland. It certainly has that feel to it. The low doors and quaint appearance is anything but fake. This hotel is extremely popular as a wedding venue and on your first visit to Kenmore you will see why. The church is across the square and the entire place drips with history and beauty. Read more
Atholl Palace is a landmark of a hotel above the Perthshire town of Pitlochry. The hotel opened, like many others as a Hydropathic Spa in Victorian days. Today, despite all modern updates it still retains just a little part of that era with it’s beautiful relaxing grounds and stunning spa facility. Read more
I rather like this angle on Crieff. Any guesses where it was taken from?
Nestled in an enviable location in the leafy victorian streets of Crieff, Knock Castle has been gaining a real reputation for luxurious hotel breaks with the best of fine dining and leisure facilities. Read more