Situated on the former grounds of a castle, it’s a lodging fit for a king – or an earl to be more precise.
As you turn off the A77 bound for Moscow (pronounced “moss-cow”), there is lush, green countryside everywhere you look.
Domestic tourists to and from Scotland are helping to boost the number of “staycations” being taken around the Britain, according to a new report.
The Highland Games is one of Scotland’s highlights of the summer, attracting thousands of competitors and tens of thousands of spectators each year.
It looks like no more than a scattering of big rocks in a quiet woodland glade. In fact, we are standing at the heart of Fife’s sacred centre, a site where ceremonies have been performed by generations of prehistoric people.
Driving along the M80 towards Stirling, one landmark stands sentry over all others. There in the distance, perched ramrod-straight on a rocky outcrop, looms the Wallace Monument, for 150 years a towering symbol of Stirling’s pivotal role in Scotland’s past.
With the opening of the new blockbuster V&A Museum in Dundee last year, there was the sense some imperceptible corner had been turned.
The Queen of the Hebrides, a jewel in Scotland’s crown, the Isle of Islay is home to less than 4000 people and in joyous proportions, eight working whisky distilleries as well.
On a wet October night in 1964, four weary travellers checked into a country hotel on the banks of Loch Earn.
EARLIER this year The Sunday Post asked a number of celebrities about their favourite hidden places around the country.
WE’RE lost, in a brand new motorhome, and trying to find our way to Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerych- wyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.