SOAKED to the skin, marching around a stone circle attempting to become “one with nature” was the last thing I expected to be doing when the MacLeods went on holiday last week.
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BROOMSTICKS, wands, crystal balls and a tombstone are going on show at the British Library in its highly-anticipated Harry Potter exhibition.
A Highland village is bidding to become Scotland’s Halloween capital by staging a spooktacular festival.
WITH the prospect of Brexit sending holiday prices sky-high, it is no surprise that holidaymakers are giving in to the lure of staycations.
12,000 were cast and counted and now the winners of the 'Hidden Gems in Scotland' poll can be revealed. The nationwide search was coordinated by Dig it! 2017, the year-long celebration of archaeology Winners chosen by popular vote include Viking-era monuments, a “castle on the hill” and a medieval burial ground The six stunning sites are... Govan Stones, Glasgow With over 2,000 votes, the Govan Stones was the most popular site. The collection consists of 31 medieval stones carved in the Viking era, including carved crosses and five Viking hogback stones. Ardrossan Castle, North Ayrshire Ardrossan Castle, a medieval ruin which once played host to some of Scotland’ s most powerful people including William Wallace, came in second place.
PERTHSHIRE has a reputation for its beauty from serene glens to lush forests, making it a beautiful place for a weekend getaway, romantic break or simply some time to yourself. With that in mind, how about a summer jaunt to one of these 10 hotels in Perth and Kinross from the Good Hotel Guide?
YOU don’t have to spend a fortune to stay in wonderful hotels, and here are 10 of the Good Hotel Guide’s best value hotels in Scotland…
IT isn’t every day that people line up in their droves to wave me off.
THE show must go on – and that’s why singer and actor Antony Costa will take just a week off the road when his fiancée has their second child next month.
FATHERS' DAY is right around the corner, and if you're still looking for fun ways to spend your Sunday, we've got some ideas for you...
IF the likes of Glastonbury and T in the Park aren't your thing then fear not - there's an eclectic array of festivals happening this summer in Scotland. From events celebrating all things foodie to the perfect weekend for bookworms, there are plenty of unique events to fill your calendar with.