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The far north of Scotland is home to many significant, historical harbours. Some large, some small, but none as spectacular as Whaligoe and its steps. All along the Caithness coastline, soaring cliffs are punctured by deep, piercing inlets. With the wild North Sea crashing against jagged rocks, e...
Above the quaint town of Strathpeffer, near the majestic Knockfarrel Hill in the Scottish Highlands, lies an intriguing modern marvel known as the Touchstone Maze. Constructed in 1995, this captivating labyrinth spans 25 meters in diameter and is comprised of 81 large rocks sourced from quarries ...
The Abandoned Quarry Kilns of Ard NeackieThe Ard Neackie Lime Kilns are remnants of a defunct limestone quarry on a peninsula in Loch Eriboll, connected to the mainland by a slender isthmus. Built around 1870, these kilns were once a hub for producing lime, vital for reclaiming peaty land. Now, t...
Are you brave enough to visit @marykingscloseTheres plenty to enjoy - some of it gruesome, all of it gripping - on a one- hour guided tour of this historic close off the Royal Mile. The tours are led by costumed characters, and the experience has achieved enough renown to earn a five-star histori...
Win a 1-night stay at @thewitcheryedin including dinner for two To celebrate the launch of The Best of Edinburgh Book Weve teamed up with @thewitcheryedin to offer one lucky winner a 1 Night Stay with Dinner at the Witchery by the Castle in Edinburgh.Housed in buildings that date back to the 17t...
@cantick_head captures this jaw-dropping encounter with the majestic orcas off the shores of Cantick Head. Welcome to the enchanting world of Orkney, one of the UKs prime locations for whale and dolphin sightings.Over the past 18 seasons, this captivating archipelago has played host to an impress...
Welcoming guests for over 170 years, @thedundonald in Culross is steeped in almost as much history as the cobbled streets around it. Once a coach house, the Dundonald is far from old fashioned inside, having been finished to the highest of standards.Would you like to stay here?#hiddenscotland
Springtime in Scotland by @megbeaudryAs spring arrives in Scotland, fields come alive with playful lambs, their bleats a joyful soundtrack. Flowers add pops of color to green landscapes. The sun lingers longer, warming both earth and hearts. Its a time of new beginnings, as this rugged land wakes...
Join @thesingletonwhisky for an unforgettable whisky experience in the heart of the Black Isle, conveniently located near Inverness and the popular North Coast 500.The Singleton of Glen Ord which was recently named Scotlands Leading Distillery Tour 2024 at the @worldtravelawards, is a celebration...
Arran is known for its geology, ancient history, pretty villages little changed over the centuries, and the local wildlife community of red deer, common seals, porpoises, minke whales, red squirrels and golden eagles, among others. The island is also home to Arran whitebeams, one of the most enda...
History hangs on Edinburgh like a cloak. Even on a gloomy day, Scotlands national capital can feel like something from a gilt-edged storybook.Its a city of taverns and tenements, of steep cobbled streets and ancient hills, of grand townhouses and age-old churches. The whole destination is at once...
Born from ancient volcanic forces, Glen Coes dramatic landscape captivates with its history and towering peaks. Huge thanks to @nomadic.scotland and @jamesalroca for this amazing video.Here are 10 things to do in the region:1. Visit the Glencoe Visitor Centre to pick up maps and learn about the a...