An Edinburgh inn proudly revealed that it has created an abode especially for the fun loving youngster as well as for the noisy ones who are out for the big rugby game. A night’s sleep in one of the king-size rooms of the Central Hotel is definitely the stuff that sweet dreams are made of and . . . → Read More: The Central Hotel in Edinburgh caters to all ages
Scotland was the venue for some of the events held in the London 2012 Olympic Games last summer and it is said that it unfavourably affected the area’s tourism. Many call it as an “Olympic effect” simply because a lot of holiday travellers was forced to linger in London because of the Olympics, thus, Scotland lost . . . → Read More: Scottish tourism adversely affected by London 2012
A VisitScotland campaign worth £3.4m has been unveiled to encourage more Scots to go out, see the natural beauty of the country, and do more outdoor activities this 2013. According to Fergus Ewing, Tourism Minister, the campaign, which was launch in relation to the Year of Natural Scotland, reveals the beauty of their country. It will . . . → Read More: VisitScotland urge Scots to get out and about in 2013
Generally people don’t get a lot of time off during the year, so when you do it is very important that you make this time off as relaxing as possible. Sometimes you’ll often find that you do so much planning for a holiday, and then so much rushing around and seeing sites, that it doesn’t really . . . → Read More: How to make sure your holiday means just that
At the southern end of the world famous Loch Ness sits the small village of Fort Augustus. Only about four hundred people live here but it is one of the busiest tourist spots in Scotland. Of course one of the main attractions is Loch Ness itself and numerous boat trips head out onto the Loch every . . . → Read More: Visiting Loch Ness and Fort Augustus
Aberfeldy is located in the Perthshire Highlands, and it is a small Scottish town which is surrounded by some of the incredible countryside that Scotland is famous for. Around the area you will find some of the tallest mountains in Scotland as well as the country’s deepest loch.
The population of the town is relatively small, with . . . → Read More: A warm Scottish welcome awaits in Aberfeldy
Argyle is located in the south west part of Scotland and it is a really beautiful part of the country that should not be missed by any tourist visiting Scotland. It is also a very easy destination to reach and it takes just 90 minutes of travelling before you will reach the area from Glasgow airport. . . . → Read More: Discovering the Argyle region of south west Scotland
Scotland is well known for its breathtaking scenery, culture and hospitality. A break away at one of its health spas is a popular getaway choice for an increasing number of tourists which can combine all the best Scotland has to offer.
For visitors looking for a holiday that offers healthy relaxation, outdoor activities and time away from . . . → Read More: Health spas in Scotland offer great short breaks
Blairgowrie hotel offers the chance to win a Jubilee break for a Coronation price
Blairgowrie’s Angus Hotel has hung out its bunting and is truly getting into the spirit for the forthcoming Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
So involved are they in the event that they are offering all their Jubilee guest the chance to win their stay at . . . → Read More: Blairgowrie hotel offers the chance to win a Jubilee break for a Coronation price
Scotland is a country that offers the tourist everything from beautiful scenery in the Highlands and Islands to fantastic nightlife and culture in the main cities. The history of Scotland is filled with tragedy and betrayal and you cannot help but sense this as you travel through this wonderful country
The two largest cities are Edinburgh, the . . . → Read More: There is something for everyone on a holiday in Scotland