I’m at the top of a hill, about to wedge my ample posterior into a giant, inflatable doughnut, all the while trying to look cool.
They burst out of the blue like giant bullets, pirouetting on tail fins before crashing backwards into the waves.
The prestigious Good Hotel Guide has just launched their 2020 edition alongside this year’s Cesar Award-winning hotels - widely regarded as the Oscars of the hotel industry.
From chic city hotels to stylish rural retreats, Scotland’s luxury boutique hotels each have something unique to offer.
With the leaves changing colour, the colder climes setting in and the daylight hours getting shorter, autumn is the perfect time of year to think about winding down and taking some time out to relax.
With an impressive natural larder from which to draw inspiration, Scotland’s hotels and restaurants with rooms have a catalogue of awards amongst them, not to mention the high praise and repeat custom of many a guest.
You can’t hear the words Loch Ness without thinking of its monster, which is why I found myself on its shores early one sunny Saturday morning.
Words like elegance and luxury sometimes seem as if they belong to others.
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.
The Highland Games is one of Scotland’s highlights of the summer, attracting thousands of competitors and tens of thousands of spectators each year.