Category: See & Do

Speyside Whisky

| January 11, 2018 | Reply
Speyside Whisky

If – like us – you’ve fallen in love with Scotland’s sublime single malt whiskies – there is one place in Scotland that you really must visit. We’re huge fans of the peaty wonders distilled on the magical island of Islay, but in terms of sheer variety you really can’t beat Speyside. This glorious part of Scotland- think the mighty River Spey, […]

Read More

22 Reasons You Must Visit Scotland in 2018

| December 28, 2017 | 2 Replies
22 Reasons You Must Visit Scotland in 2018

22 Reasons You Must Visit Scotland in 2018 1. It’s the Year of Young People 2018 – The Scottish Government and Visit Scotland have designated 2018 the Year of Young People so look out for myriad events for the wee ones, families and kids at heart too. 2. Coast with the Most – Scotland’s coastline (even without its […]

Read More

Top 12 Things to See and Do in Fife

| December 20, 2017 | Reply
Top 12 Things to See and Do in Fife

The Kingdom of Fife sits proudly on the north side of the Forth and Firth. Visitors have long been impressed with the diversity of its attractions, with unspoiled sandy beaches, first-class golf course and world class seafood all part of the mix. Then there are its wealth of historic buildings and wonderful views of the […]

Read More

Top 9 Things to Do in the Lothians

| December 12, 2017 | Reply
Top 9 Things to Do in the Lothians

While Edinburgh rightly tops the list of places people want to visit in Scotland, those who venture beyond the capital to explore the Lothians are rewarded by a host of diverse attractions. Highlights include a ruined mid 14th-century castle and the world’s largest colony of Northern Gannets! 1. North Berwick There is loads to do in and around […]

Read More

Top 11 Things to See & Do in Dumfries & Galloway

| December 6, 2017 | Reply
Top 11 Things to See & Do in Dumfries & Galloway

Scotland’s sunniest region and one of its most beguiling is awash with attractions. So much so that it is hard to pick out just 11 highlights! Here are some of the places we love in Dumfries & Galloway, and we’re sure you will too! 1. Sweetheart Abbey This grandly ruined abbey is one of Scotland’s most dreamily romantic […]

Read More

Edinburgh International Science Festival

| April 3, 2015 | Reply
Edinburgh International Science Festival

Hands up if you think science is, well, just a little boring? Well I’m hopefully about to change your mind, or rather the Edinburgh International Science Festival is! Edinburgh these days is no longer just about its world famous summer festival in August. There are myriad festivals throughout the year and I’ll be taking my […]

Read More

Edinburgh’s Hogmanay

| December 6, 2014 | Reply
Edinburgh’s Hogmanay

Scotland does not celebrate New Year. It doesn’t need to as it boasts Hogmanay. You’d expect quite a party from the nation that brought the world its turn of the year anthem, Auld Lang Syne. And there is nothing quite like Hogmanay in the Scottish capital. Edinburgh’s party has become legendary across the globe and […]

Read More

Top 10 Free Visitor Attractions in Scotland

| October 7, 2014 | 3 Replies
Top 10 Free Visitor Attractions in Scotland

Scotland is a awash with world-class visitor attractions, and with so many to choose from it can be difficult to decide where to go. Entry charges might also be a factor when it comes to planning your itinerary. The good news is that Scotland has a whole host of first-rate attractions that you can visit free […]

Read More

Ready, Steady, Ceilidh! Edinburgh Festival Fringe

| August 5, 2014 | Reply
Ready, Steady, Ceilidh! Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Ready, Steady, Ceilidh! at Edinburgh Festival Fringe If you are looking for an interactive Edinburgh Festival Fringe experience for all the family, then Ready, Steady, Ceilidh! is for you. An engaging introduction to that old mainstay of Scottish culture, the Ceilidh – a traditional Scottish party with music, dancing, stories and jokes – the show […]

Read More

Golf in Fife Scotland

| September 12, 2013 | Reply
Golf in Fife Scotland

St Andrews is renowned the world over as the Home of Golf and it is hard to argue with this epithet. Home of the Royal and Ancient, the Old Course and host to the British Open more often than anywhere else, in St Andrews golf runs through the residents’ veins. Fife, though, has much more […]

Read More