Visit Scotland, by any mode of transport in the Borders

Visit Scotland, by any mode of transport in the Borders

The Scottish Borders are to be found south of Edinburgh, and is a land of abbeys, market towns and fabulous countryside. Places like Peebles, Hawick, Selkirk, Melrose, Kelso and Duns, are all wonderful towns in their own right, but collectively form ...

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2015, The Year of Food and Drink in Scotland – Porridge

2015, The Year of Food and Drink in Scotland – Porridge

The Scots have always loved their food and have come up with some fabulous products and dishes, including porridge, butteries, smoked fish, clapshot, champit tatties, rumbledethumps, skirlie, Forfar bridie, Dundee cake, Lorne sausage, haggis, stovies ...

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Legends of a Scottish Castle

Legends of a Scottish Castle

Having recently returned from a trip to the west coast of Scotland which consisted of travelling over mountain, through glens and past lochs to get to my castle destination, it got me thinking about the old legends and stories. At the Baronial Castle ...

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Holiday state of mind, body and soul

Holiday state of mind, body and soul

With Easter nearly upon us, thoughts turn to holidays again, and it is time to get back to a holiday state of mind. Firstly with the short break ahead and secondly in planning what it is you want out of your main summer holiday. As a family group loo ...

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Visit Scotland, Rosneath Peninsula

Visit Scotland, Rosneath Peninsula

Rosneath peninsula, is one of those easily accessible but rarely discovered places, as most people either enjoy the Loch Lomond views before or continue to drive on by to get further west. Located 30 minutes north west of Glasgow, it is surrounded on ...

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2015, the Year of Food and Drink in Scotland – East Lothian

2015, the Year of Food and Drink in Scotland – East Lothian

Food. East Lothian is known as the “Garden of Scotland”, with fields full of crops in a drier milder climate than the rest of Scotland. There is a superb range of fresh local produce available throughout the year and any foodie will be spoilt for cho ...

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Organise your own “Wolf Hall” themed event

Organise your own “Wolf Hall” themed event

Now that those 6 sumptuous episodes of Hilary Mantel’s “Wolf Hall” have been aired by the BBC and we are all left in awe of the fabulous acting, costumes and film sets, why not organise a “Wolf Hall” themed weekend! “Wolf Hall” was set in England in ...

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Say it with flowers for Mothers Day

Say it with flowers for Mothers Day

Mother's Day in the UK is less than a month away as “Mothering Sunday” lands on Sunday, 15th March 2015, so there are no excuses that you did not know. Mothering Sunday, marks that day in the year when you can go that extra mile to make your mother f ...

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Scotts Castles team celebrates customer service win

Scotts Castles team celebrates customer service win

Cornwall-based Scotts Castle Holidays is celebrating after receiving a prestigious national award for its high levels of service. The small company, which provides large castle holidays in Scotland, works with international company Feefo to independe ...

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Visit Scotland – Top 3 sites to visit in Dunfermline

Visit Scotland – Top 3 sites to visit in Dunfermline

Whilst Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and Edinburgh Castle the most visited attraction, back in older times it was a different story. It was Dunfermline which was the capital of Scotland (prior to 1437), with its Abbey being the centrepiece. Lo ...

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