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Scotland

Introducing Scotland: a land of mountain wilderness and highlands interspersed with greenery, valleys and lochs. A place of mythical creatures, beautiful landmarks steeped in history and quirky dining options... it’s no wonder this luxury holiday destination is a must-visit with us Brits. 
 
With stretches of majestic land, it’s no surprise that Scotland is home to a number of luxurious hotels that nestle seamlessly within the rustic grounds and boast fantastic outdoor activities and sporting options. Fishing, golfing, archery and kayaking… you get the picture.  
 
The five-star resorts throughout the country are grand and provide guests with an abundance of fantastic facilities and luxuries. Whether you’re a romancing couple, adventurous family or a group of travelling friends, you will be spoilt for choice with the dynamic accommodation options. From country, chic guestrooms and suites to forest lodges and self-catering apartments, the options are as versatile as they come. For those yearning for the ultimate seclusion. opt for a bewitching treehouse and immerse yourself in nature.  
 
Food lovers in particular will relish a trip to Scotland. Famed for its fresh ingredients, locally sourced produce and hearty meals, expect your mouth to be watering continuously. With a wealth of outstanding eateries, stylish restaurants, traditional cafes and delicious brasseries, the choice is yours! From Angus beef, Shetland salmon, shellfish, haggis, whisky, ales and fresh scones, Scotland is a culinary dream for foodies. Loosen up your belt and prepare for your taste buds to be tantalised. 
 
Well known for its great golfing and idyllic fishing spots, there are many other sporting opportunities available throughout Scotland. An ideal destination for those seeking adventure, activities on offer include off-road driving, skydiving, rock climbing, falconry, shooting and an array of watersports. Edinburgh and Glasgow play homage to many activity centres and dive schools too, so don’t forget your kit.  
 
WINGED BOOTS WISDOM
 
Famed for its enchanting bars, whisky lovers won’t be disappointed with the extensive range of malts on offer in Scotland. Alongside craft beers, signature cocktails, vintage ales and aged wine, the choice is outstanding.


  
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Good to know

  • Capital: Edinburgh
  • Flying time to destination:
    1-hour and 30-minutes from London
  • Instagram Opportunity: Edinburgh Castle
  • In A Word: Scenic

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 3°c   Feb: 4°c   Mar: 7°c  
Apr: 9°c   May: 12°c   Jun: 15°c  
Jul: 16°c   Aug: 17°c   Sep: 14°c  
Oct: 10°c   Nov: 6°c   Dec: 3°c  

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Scotland In A Nutshell

Adventure Awaits 
 
  • Make activities more memorable by experiencing them in one of the most panoramic places in the universe. Few destinations compete with Scotland when it comes to dramatic scenery. If you want to embark on outdoor adventures that will make your heart race, look no further.
     
  • Adrenaline seekers, give Bungee jumping a go and free-fall into the lush surroundings of of Glasgow’s Titan Crane. Or, glide through Scotland’s open skies and enjoy paragliding as you lap up magical views.
     
  • If you prefer to be behind the wheel challenge yourself to motor racing. Want to get wet ‘n’ wild? Let loose on a jet ski and ride the roaring waves. For a more leisurely pace enjoy a little canoeing while taking in mountain and highland vistas. If you thought Scotland was enchanting above water, experience scuba diving and discover what lies beneath. Visit Deep Blue Scuba in Edinburgh for an unparalleled underwater adventure.
      
Family Fun Guaranteed
 
  • Boasting five magnificent ski resorts, Scotland is the best place in the UK for snowboarding… so pluck up the courage and attempt to zoom down those slopes. Glasgow’s Snow Factor hosts Scotland’s only year-round snow slope and is the perfect place to learn to ski, snowboard or ice climb, Also, Midlothian Snowsports Centre hosts the longest dry slope in Europe and makes for an exciting family day out.
     
  • Scotland’s ferocious rivers make white water rafting a must. This group activity is a great one to enjoy with family and friends. Brace yourself to steer your way through the wild rapids and plunge down daring drops.  Glasgow’s Pinkston Watersports offers unique urban watersports facilities to groups and individuals, and hosts Scotland’s only artificial white water course, perfect for practising! Whether you want to try open water swimming for the first time, or have a go at rafting, river boarding, kayaking or river bugging, there is plenty on offer for the entire family.  
     
Tastes To Try 
 
  • Scotland is a culinary wonderland boasting many Michelin starred restaurants, perfect pizzerias, French brasseries and classic Scottish eateries. Whether you want an informal, relaxed restaurants or exquisite fine dining, there is certainly a lot of choice. 
     
  • With such magnificent surroundings, you can certainly dine with a view. Enjoy afternoon tea on a pretty terrace, a picnic in the fields, lunch by the lake or dinner in a whisky bar. Rural country pubs serving hearty Scottish food, traditional cafes and five-star dining is all to be expected when visiting. 
     
  • We recommend eating at Edinburgh’s The Garden Cottage for an intimate dining affair and a delicious seasonal menu boasting the freshest local ingredients. Expect a great sense of place, rural landscape and a menu that changes daily scrawled lovingly on a black board which is propped up outside.  
     
  • For exquisite fine dining, a visit to The Witchery will definitely give you the wow factor. Situated a shoe shuffle from the iconic Edinburgh Castle, guests can expect some serious old school dishes and extravagant fine-dining experiences. Be sure to try the signature dish, steak tarte and the Isle of Mull Scallops.
     
  • Home to glorious Lochs, the seafood options are spread out everywhere and are pretty special. We recommend a visit to The Boat House Restaurant, located in the Cameron House Hotel. For sharing platters and delicious nibbles Scotch Whisky Bar at the Balmoral Hotel is the place! 
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