In need of a holiday? Rest assured, you’re not the only one.
And as the prospect of travelling abroad is still met with uncertainty, it is lucky Scotland has so many offerings when it comes to short getaways.
From picturesque lochs and hillside woodlands, to seascapes, valleys and moors, this country has all the breath-taking scenery required for a wholesome trip of recuperation.
Add some comfortable accommodation into the mix and you’re all set.
Have a read of our top three midweek break destinations. All gorgeous, all Scottish and all offering that little bit of luxury we know you’re craving right now…
Dunkeld House Hotel
You will find Dunkeld House Hotel on the banks of the River Tay, smack bang in the middle of Perthshire’s vast and rugged landscape.
Sitting amongst 280 acres of natural woodland, the hotel itself has received an astonishing refurbishment. Think refined luxury, with an essence of classic manor house.
Hotel guests can indulge in delicious cuisine and sample a vast selection of malt whisky, craft gins and fine wine. The restaurant has received a stunning transformation with new seasonal menus to offer a fine dining experience.
Enjoy champagne afternoon tea in the Orangery – sampling an exotic blend of loose leaf tea, homemade pastries, baking and sandwiches – while taking in stunning views of the River Tay.
The Health Club and Spa have a selection of fitness facilities including a swimming pool and a variety of ishga spa treatments.
Should you feel adventurous, step out of the hotel and embark on some of the most picturesque walks or cycles that Perthshire has to offer.
An elegant retreat for all – whether it be a romantic escape, a time to celebrate, or perhaps just to relax and indulge in life’s many pleasures – Dunkeld House Hotel offers everyone the luxuries of Scottish country living.
Deveron Valley Cottages & Log Cabins
Welcome to your next holiday destination.
Dreaming of a place to peacefully retreat? Look no further than Deveron Valley Cottages & Log Cabins.
With five self-catering properties situated on the Deveron River, this is the ideal holiday location – nestled between wooded mountains and a radiant sea.
Deveron Valley is a quiet, picturesque home base for your Scottish adventures, in the midst of Castle and Whisky Trails, home to some of the world’s best golf courses, and close to the local towns of Aberchirder and Huntly.
The Moray Firth Coastline provides the cottages and log cabins with spectacular views and some of the most beautiful costal villages in the country, including Banff, Portsoy, Cullen and Gardenstown.
Whether you are looking for a quick getaway or a long holiday of walks and relaxation, you’re sure to have a memorable stay at Deveron Valley.
For cottage and log cabin availability, visit their website or email firstname.lastname@example.org and quote Sunday Post.
For a timeless adventure, explore Trump Turnberry.
Make the most of this 800 acre estate and go “All In” for your next getaway; when you book a two, three, or five-night stay, you will receive a luxury resort credit and daily breakfast.
Enjoy the exceptional culinary delights at 1906 or the timeless tradition of Afternoon Tea in The Grand Tea Lounge and Bar.
Unwind with a Day Spa Experience at the newly restored Spa or immerse yourself in an array of outdoor leisure pursuits with Turnberry Adventures, including beach paddle-boarding, kayaking at Turnberry Loch, archery, clay shooting, quad biking and more.
Enjoy 2 nights at £349 per night with £250 resort credit or 2 nights at £399 per night with £400 resort credit.
Stay for 3 nights at £399 per night with £650 resort credit or 5 nights at £399 per night with a £1200 credit.
A summer of adventure awaits, book your stay today on the Trump Turnberry website.
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