Of course, every good guidebook has a section dedicated to useful hints and travel tips, and we are sure that they have plenty of advice about all sorts of things to help you during your stay. However, we have found
Free Desktop Wallpaper – Ardvreck Castle Why not bring a little bit of the Scottish Highlands to your computer screen. The impressive ruined Ardvreck Castle dates from the 16th century and lies on the shores of Loch Assynt in Sutherland.
Cawdor Castle and Gardens Scotland is indeed a land of castles. However, just how many castles there are is hotly debated. Estimates vary, but the consensus seems to be that there are at least 1,000, and maybe as many as
Latest update on how Scotland is recovering from Coronavirus Date: 25th June 2020 After over 3 months of lockdown, we are now seeing positive signs of Scotland returning towards a sense of normal. Of course, we are still a long
The Isle of Skye Overview The Isle of Skye is part of a chain of islands lying off the west coast of Scotland collectively known as the Inner Hebrides. Skye lies at the northern end of the chain and the
Inverglen News – December 2019 Winter has truly arrived in the Scottish Highlands. Snow is lying on the mountains and we have even had a small sprinkle in Inverness (although it only settled for a few hours before melting away).