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#41/89
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4
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Destination: North Berwick
Bounce off the waves in a high speed boat on the way to Bass Rock, see gannets, seals and puffins, and enjoy a great pub lunch in North Berwick - all within an hour of the Scottish capital ... read more »
#42/89
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4
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Go to the Knoydart peninsula to escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Take in the scenery while bagging a Munro or explore the Scottish wilderness by boat and train... read more »
#43/89
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4
(3 comments)
Destination: Edinburgh
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
Edinburgh has numerous places to stay - but if you're on a budget, check out these two new hostels, which offer clean, contemporary accommodation in great locations at affordable prices. Bargain!... read more »
#44/89
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Rating:
4
(3 comments)
Destination: Edinburgh
Trip type: Food and Drink
The Scottish capital of Edinburgh makes a great base for a good old-fashioned pub crawl... read more »
#45/89
Rating:
4
(7 comments)
Cycle Scotland's most notorious mountain pass, visit a romantic castle, tour a whisky distillery, ride a steam train, and enjoy some of the best scenery in the country ... read more »
#46/89
Rating:
4
(6 comments)
Destination: Invergarry, Fort William
Trip type: Adventure, Eco, Romance
An hour and a half from the nearest train station, two hours from the nearest city, and not even accessible by road, Skiary lives up to the claim of being Britain’s most remote b&b... read more »
#47/89
Rating:
4
(5 comments)
Palm trees growing in a mild climate, superb local and traditional food, and a fantastically warm welcome in some truly special hotels and B&Bs. Welcome to Dumfries and Galloway ... read more »
#48/89
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3.666665
(4 comments)
Do you want to find the best sights and places to visit while travelling on the Isle of Mull's winding roads? Read my guide as I take a trip through mountainous terrain and past cascading waterfalls... read more »
#49/89
Rating:
3.5
(3 comments)
Destination: Glasgow
Always an exciting city to visit, Glasgow has upped its game even more in readiness for Scotland’s ‘Year of Homecoming' in 2009. There's never been a better time to go... ... read more »
#50/89
Rating:
4
(3 comments)
Destination: Inverness
The sparkling River Ness, restaurants to die for, a Victorian market and the best dolphin watching in the UK are just a few of the gems on offer in Inverness... read more »
#51/89
Rating:
3.5
(2 comments)
Destination: Edinburgh
Step back in time in the historic castle, take a spooky ghost tour, visit the Da Vinci Code chapel and chomp on a deep-fried Mars Bar. Here's why Edinburgh is one of Britain's most exciting cities... read more »
#52/89
Rating:
3.5
(4 comments)
Destination: Lochgilphead
Go wildlife watching at Knapdale Forest, Argyll, where beavers have returned to the wild in Scotland after a 400 year absence... read more »
#53/89
Rating:
3.5
(2 comments)
Mull is easy to reach from the Scottish mainland yet feels surprisingly remote. Children will love spotting sights from the popular TV series Balamory while adults can go hiking and dolphin watching... read more »
#54/89
Rating:
3
(2 comments)
A week in a cottage on the Balmoral Estate proved interesting and relaxing by Gerry Smart... read more »
#55/89
Rating:
3
(4 comments)
Destination: Edinburgh
A guide to some of Edinburgh's better hotels, plus tips on how to make the most of your visit. Edinburgh is compact & walkable, and an ideal long-weekend destination. See the video!... read more »
#56/89
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3
(2 comments)
There's more to Turnberry than just golf. You can go walking, cycling, horse riding, malt whisky tasting, salmon fishing, sailing and castle bagging. Thats just for starters. ... read more »
#57/89
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Rating:
3
(2 comments)
Destination: Glasgow
Scotland’s largest city bursts with personality – so pack your mac, and a sense of humour, and you won’t go far wrong in Glasgow, one of the UK’s friendliest places ... read more »
#58/89
Rating:
3
(4 comments)
Destination: Glasgow
The Scottish city of Glasgow offers the visitor far more than its usual image suggests. A city awarded European city of culture status is well worth a visit... read more »
#59/89
Rating:
3
(2 comments)
Destination: Edinburgh
From outrageous comedy at the famous Festival Fringe to learning about a history of gruesome past deeds, Edinburgh has so much to offer in August... read more »
#60/89
Rating:
3
(1 comment)
Often overlooked by holidaymakers intent on discovering the grander landscapes of the Scottish Highlands, the ancient county of Angus has lots to offer visitors at any time of the year... read more »
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