Planning a get-together with everyone? And fancy staying in one of the prettiest spots in the UK? Then taking a group holiday house in Cornwall ticks all your boxes. Not only do you all get to stay in comfort and space, you can take in some of the most magical scenery in the county and throw a party to remember. Read on to discover six compelling reasons why a group holiday let in the far southwest of the UK is for you.
The Open needs no introduction when it comes to major golf championships. Not only does it rank as the oldest in golfing history, this annual tournament always showcases the best in world golf when players compete for the famous Claret Jug. Founded in Scotland, The Open is still held at five top courses in the country, all of which offer challenging play in stunning surroundings. Read on to discover the Open championship courses in Scotland.
Scotland is, of course, the home of golf. With more than 550 courses it offers golfers more tee options than anywhere else. The country boasts some of the finest courses in the world including several that regularly host the top competitions. To help you take your pick of the best, we’ve chosen five golf holidays in Scotland with a championship course on their doorstep.
With its show-stopping scenery and unique heritage, Scotland lends itself well to road trips. The 12 officially designed national tourist routes also offer an easy way to take in the best of this vast country and a quiet one too – all avoid main roads and motorways. In this post, we focus on one of the best Scottish road trips in the east: the Fife Coastal Route.
While Scotland might be classed as a pint-sized country, it packs a surprising lot in within its borders. It’s home to picture-postcard after picture-postcard of the world’s finest scenery, stunning towns and cities as well as a long list of historic monuments. Seeing all the best in one trip is at the very least something of a challenge. But a good way to take in the top highlights is to go on a Scottish road trip.
Whether you take the high road or the low, seeing this bonnie land from behind the wheel makes for a great holiday. We’ve put together a list of 10 compelling reasons why seeing Scotland from the road is an absolute must.
The spring equinox officially marks the arrival of spring in the astrologers calendar. And it’s followed a few days later by the clocks springing forward. Enter stage left British Summer Time. Hurrah! With the daffs in full bloom and the bluebells on their way, lambing in full swing and Easter looming, farm stays and spring breaks are on the cards.
The UK is famous for its royal castles and palaces, used by reigning monarchs and members of their family. Some date back centuries while others are more modern residences. They all attract thousands of tourists, keen to get a glimpse of what royal life is really like. This year, one of the most famous royal castles stepped into the limelight when Prince Harry married American actress Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle on 19 May 2018.
But Windsor is just one of the royal castles and palaces in the UK. In this post, we take a look at the four most famous. All used by the current monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, as homes. They form an essential part of British history and enclose a world of fascinating facts within their four walls.
As spring threatens to burst into technicolour bloom, we’re riding the tide of joy with the addition of these four fabulous castle rentals to our portfolio for 2018. All comfortable homes away from home, they bring an stand-out contribution to the fold and are all strikingly individual. Fancy a stay in a castle with the clan this year? Let us take you on a tour of these large holiday homes in Scotland to help sow that seed a little further.
Pop Art Country House, Kingdom of Fife