Now is the time to enjoy the changing scenery in Scotland with these cooler October days and nights. When the leaves change colour from green to a range of autumnal colours it can create an even more beautiful setting. If you travel along the A93, Perth to Blairgowrie road at this time you will pass the “world’s biggest hedge” near Meikleour. It is 30 metres high (100 foot) and is 530 metres in length, and it was planted back in 1745 by Robert Murray Nairne, who was later killed that year at the battle of Culloden. The hedge is beech and it changes to a beautiful orange colour which is quite a sight in the low sun at this time of year. Well worth a visit.

Whilst there are many beautiful places in Perthshire, choosing the right accommodation in Scotland will be an important factor. An ideal property would be this Beautiful Holiday House near Edzell, which can accommodate up to 12 people. It would be perfect for a weekend with a group of friends or for a school holiday week with children to enjoy the Angus Glens and the range of colour on offer. Why not check this out at Scotts Castle Holidays today?