Harbour towns that line the rugged coastline of Scotland are the perfect places to escape to if you want to be beside the sea.
To celebrate The 148th Open, Royal Portrush this summer, Tourism Ireland is offering a lucky person the chance to win a fabulous mini-break for two to Belfast – including a round of golf on a favourite local parkland course.
Take full advantage of summer this year and relax in the stunning Perthshire country hotel, Dunkeld House. From relaxing walks on its 280 acre estate and breath-taking views along the banks of the River Tay, to indulging in one of its range of spa treatments or venturing out on one of the on-site activities, summer in Perthshire does not get much better than this.
For some, the promise of 18 holes is enough to entice them anywhere. But what if you need to convince your loved ones to come with you to golfing paradise?
Doune the Rabbit Hole is not only the most family friendly of Scotland's music festivals, it also features the most diverse live music. Celebrating its 10th edition this year, the music ranges from genuine legends like Bob Marley's band the Wailers, rockers Hawkwind and dance divas Sister Sledge, to cutting edge current performers like Brit Award-nominated John Grant, energetic explorers of experimental rock, Battles and electronic jazz pioneers, Beak.
The summer holidays are here and that means it’s time to get out and about.
Craig Tara is a just an hour from Glasgow, but it feels like it’s a million miles from everywhere.
Preparation is key to protect your assets from care home fees – but don’t wait to organise a Power of Attorney until you need it.
As part of Epilepsy Scotland’s #TalkEpilepsy campaign the charity is encouraging people living with epilepsy to share their experiences to combat stigma and talk about the impact of epilepsy.
It’s a phone call Alice Feeney will never forget. Her agent was on the line, telling her there was interest from Hollywood in her first book, Sometimes I Lie.