Scotland’s love affair with Gin

Date Posted: June 7, 2018 in Things to Do

When we think of Scotland, we automatically think of whisky, although Scotland is also renowned for high quality gin as well. 70% of the overall UK’s gin production is Scottish, it’s a well known fact that we are also exceptionally good making gin as well. Hendrick’s, Gordon’s and Tanqueray are three of the world’s best […]

The Open returns to Carnoustie

Date Posted: June 6, 2018 in Things to Do

The Open Championship is the oldest of the four major tournaments on the golfing calendar. It’s held in Scotland at least every two years and it goes without saying that it is most definitely the most prestigious. After an 11 year break, the stunning Carnoustie Golf Links welcomes back the tournament. Scotland is indeed the […]

Creativity at its best-The Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Date Posted: June 6, 2018 in Things to Do

If you’ve never experienced The Edinburgh Festival Fringe,  then now’s the time to do it. Put 3-27 August in your diary this year. It’s the biggest celebration on earth of arts and culture. Every year in the month of August, Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh explodes for three weeks with creative energy. Whether you want to […]

Glenfinnan Railway Bridge

Hidden Highlands

Date Posted: May 15, 2018 in Destinations

The Highlands of Scotland is a truly magical place to visit, covering two-thirds of the country. Much of the mainland covers the most spectacular scenery. You would be surprised just how remote it really is with it’s unspoilt wilderness and isolated crofting villages on the west coast. Fort William is classed as the ‘ Outdoor Capital of […]

Captivating Castles

Date Posted: May 15, 2018 in Things to Do

Scotland is renowned worldwide for its iconic castles, steeped in history and set in some of the most dramatic settings. Undoubtedly it goes without saying, you cannot visit Scotland without experiencing a visit to one of our magnificent castles. There were once up to 3,000 castles in Scotland. It’s so difficult for us to even begin […]

Be inspired by the North Coast 500

Date Posted: May 15, 2018 in Things to Do

NC500 better known as the North Coast 500 or Scotland’s equivalent to ‘Route 66’. The route was established by the North Highlands Initiative, in order to bring together the Scottish Highlands. It also aims to showcase local Scottish food and drink, accommodation and activities. Most important thing you need to know about the NC500 is […]