Dumfries & Galloway
Standing on the cliffs at Scotland's most southerly point, in the fresh ocean air, with views to Ireland, England and the Isle of Man. Scotland's National Bard, Robert Burns spent much of his adult life in Dumfries. be inspired by the land he loved and the women he wooed
Ayrshire & Arran
Situated in south-west Scotland on the beautiful shores of the Firth of Clyde, Ayrshire has in the last seven years, played host the British Open Golf Championship twice, and eight times in total and boasts a number of attractive towns that include Ayr and Kilmarnock
Covering about eighteen hundred square miles, ‘The Borders’ as it affectionately known lies at the far south of the Scottish region with the banks of the River Tweed flowing west to east. A gentler but no less gripping wilderness
Glasgow & the Clyde Valley
One of Europe’s most exciting and beautiful destinations, combining the diversity and sophistication of a major international city with some of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery. Victorian red & honey sandstone, Italianate steeples and medieval spires
Glasgow's affluent Park District lends itself rather naturally to luxury accommodation, defined as it is by tall Victorian townhouses, and charming tree-lined terraces ~ Boutique Hotels in Glasgow
Glasgow West End
Glasgow's western district is defined by a dazzling array of boutique shops, art galleries, tea-rooms and bars for which it has quietly earned its place as the cultural heart of the city ~ Hotels in the West End of Glasgow
Edinburgh & Lothians
Stunning. Arguably one of the most beautiful and most sophisticated cities in Great Britain. Famous for its castle, its festival, its university, its shopping and its restaurants, Edinburgh is situated in the central lowlands on the south shore of the Firth of Forth.
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Edinburgh West End
The Old Town and the New Town might attract the lion's share of tourism but it's Bruntsfield and West Coates that provide the best kept secrets. The Rutland Hotel and Elmview Bed & Breakfast are just two of our top ten hotels in the West End .
Loch Lomond & the Trossachs
The land of the free. Loch Lomond, Stirling and the Trossachs offer a spectacular range of landscapes, histories and traditions. Stirling, with it’s old town and historic castle overlooking the site of Bravehearts most famous victory
Fife - the spiritual home of golf - covering St Andrews, Glenrothes and Kirkcaldy - is the perfect setting for a short break or a longer stay on Scotland's sunnier east coast. Originally one of the Pictish kingdoms, known as Fib, and Fife is more commonly known as the Kingdom of Fife.
Also known as the ‘big country’ and generally agreed to be the Adventure Capital of Scotland. There’s also an abundance of wildlife: Ospreys, red deer and red squirrel, capercaillie, and many fascinating trees and flowers
Glorious Glamis! Two thousand years of magic, mystery, and romance have gone into its making. Romantic castles, glistening beaches and stunning formal gardens; plus a rich blend of shopping, art, theatre and culture
Moray Firth & Eastern Lowlands
Sample the ‘water of life’ and visit the eight distilleries and cooperage on the world’s only Malt Whisky Trail. The Castle Trail takes in a over a dozen of the finest examples that Scotland has to offer
Glenshee & the Lecht
You can’t come to Scotland in winter and fail to be tempted by one of its three main ski-resorts. Situated on the northern side of the Cairnwell Pass between Blairgowrie and Braemar, Glenshee is the largest and oldest commercial ski resort in the Highlands
Glencoe & Loch Leven
Two thousand years of magic, mystery, and romance have gone into its making. Romantic castles, glistening beaches and stunning formal gardens; experience top-quality visitor attractions that inform, inspire and entertain
Inverness & the Black Isle
The self-proclaimed ‘capital of the highlands’ Inverness is supported by an excellent range of shops, restaurants and historical sites. Castles like Brodie and Cawdor near the lovely little beaches and fishing vessels at Nairn offer a tantalising glimpse of the area’s proud, baronial past
Aviemore & Cairngorms
The Cairngorms and Cairngorms National Park, the magical mountainous region in the Eastern Scottish Highlands, make up the United Kingdom’s largest national park, a large elevated plateau festooned with low, rounded glacial mountains
17 Munros and 30 Corbetts makes the mountains of the Western Highlands makes it exactly the formidable and breathtaking region so loved by walkers and climbers alike. Secluded, quiet and teeming with life and matter to bring the freshness back to your senses
Very scarcely populated and significant for its creeping glacial valleys and rock-hewn landscapes, the region has an atmosphere that wrenches you squarely out of time and plants you at the very birth of creation