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In Scotland, you don’t need to travel far to feel like you’ve stepped back in time. The rugged landscape stretches as far as the eye can see and life at local villages goes at a different pace. But if you want to fully immerse yourself in the spirit of the ...
The Torridon Hotel is set on 58 acres of private parkland in one of the most scenic parts of the United Kingdom. Located on the banks of Loch Torridon, the property overlooks the iconic Scottish Highlands landscape: snow-capped mountains, glittering lochs and miles upon miles of fields and forests. This ...
This elegant Scottish estate was recently acquired by tennis star Andy Murray who grew up in nearby Dunblane in an effort to recreate the golden age of grand country living. This secluded destination is situated on 34 acres of woodlands and gardens complete with a private loch. Guests are offered ...
With 84 guest rooms and an affiliation with the Green Tourism Business Scheme, Auchrannie is a getaway found in the village of Brodick on the Isle of Arran, off the west coast of Scotland. This family-owned resort offers two four star hotels, a traditional House Hotel, Spa Resort and thirty ...
Certainly not a traditional hotel, the Ecopod Retreat offers guests a stay in one of two pods tucked away in a birch woodland setting in Scotland. Both light-filled domes are over 750 square feet and offer views of Castle Stalker (named from the Gaelic Stalcaire which means hunter or falconer) ...
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An old church dating back to 1843 now houses a quaint bed and breakfast in the small village of Urquhart, Scotland. The gallery of the church has been replaced by a spacious lounge and dining room under the original church ceiling. Travelers can make use of two public lounges, one ...
“Flow gently, sweet Afton, among thy green braes; Flow gently, I'll sing thee a song in thy praise” (Robert Burns) Stranraer in South West Scotland has long been one of the main points of crossing between Ireland and Scotland. The Irish Sea can be tempestuous. Indeed 133 people died in ...
This hotel was named the ‘number one hotel to get naked in’ by Opodo. And if you can push the thought of all the hanky-panky your bed has endured from your mind, you may well enjoy your stay at this premier establishment in the heart of historic Edinburgh. The ‘Glasshouse’ ...