Scotland has been named one of the top tourist destinations of 2013 by American broadcasting network CNN, following its high-profile appearance in last year’s record-breaking Bond film, Skyfall. The rugged scenery shots in Scotland involving Daniel Craig and Dame Judi Dench must have hit a nerve with many viewers and interest in travelling to Scotland as a destination has become more than watching a film. In response to the accolade, the VisitScotland chairman, Mike Cantlay, said: “The awe-inspiring images of Scotland in Skyfall will have whetted the appetite of many potential visitors from home and around the world”.
You too can come and stay at your own highland lodge like James Bond. This Traditional Shooting Lodge in the Highlands, 2 hours from Edinburgh airport, is on offer on a self-catering basis for up to 18 people, starting at £1,400 per week. Why not contact Scotts Castle Holidays today to find out more about your holiday in Scotland?