Food and Drink (25 community guides)

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5
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Whether you see Nessie or not, you can have a monstrously good time in Inverness. A long way north, but well worth it, the city will wine you, dine you, dance your socks off and send you home happy... read more »
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5
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Edinburgh is full of great restaurants to suit all budgets. Scottish food is world class and the restaurants highlighted here all have one thing in common - they are fabulous!... read more »
#3/25
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5
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When you've been striding the Yorkshire hills and dales, nothing beats a stay at one of the county's welcoming inns, complete with star-quality food... read more »
#4/25
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4
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Glaswegian's love a good drink - myself included. It's rather fitting then that the city has the best choice of bars, pubs and clubs than you'll find anywhere else in Scotland. 'Mon and take a drink!... read more »
#5/25
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4.333335
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Go to Stromness, in Orkney, this summer and you’ll find the sun rarely sets. This is the time of the simmer-dim, when endless days and short, dusky nights make for long hours of leisure... read more »
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4
(1 comment)
To enjoy world-class seafood, perfectly cooked and served up in romantic locations, you don't need to look any further afield than Scotland... read more »
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4
(1 comment)
Destination: Edinburgh
Eat your way around Edinburgh and you'll dismiss all the old clichés about Scottish food as you discover a capital city brimming with Michelin-acclaimed eateries and first-rate restaurants... read more »
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4
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Destination: Glasgow
Scotland's Glasgow is emerging from its dark past into an era of stylish shopping, trendy designers, fantastic Victorian buildings and some top-notch food... read more »
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4
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When exploring the spectacular Trossachs National Park by train and bike, you can have your cake and eat it. In Aberfeldy and Glasgow, reward yourself in some of Scotland's best cafés... read more »
#10/25
Rating:
4
(2 comments)
Destination: Edinburgh
Real bars. No themes. No DJs. Just locals chatting with great beer, some live Scottish music and wild Scottish dancing.... read more »
#11/25
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4
(1 comment)
Destination: Dundee
What have Desperate Dan and Captain Scott got in common? The answer is Dundee, so if you think Scotland’s fourth city has little going for it, other than a history of boiling marmalade, think again... read more »
#12/25
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4
(1 comment)
"Kultir!" - as some Glaswegians say - can be many things to many people. In Glasgow, enjoy a night at the theatre or watch history in the making at one of the UK's best music venues... read more »
#13/25
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4
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If you’re on a day trip to Edinburgh, forget culture and instead indulge yourself. Go shopping, sample whisky and don't forget the Champagne ... read more »
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4
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If you can tear yourself away from the magnetic charms of Princes St and get off the train a stop earlier at Haymarket in the capital’s West End, you might have made a decision you won't regret... read more »
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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 »
#16/25
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4
(3 comments)
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 »
#17/25
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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 »
#18/25
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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 »
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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 »
#20/25
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0
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Forget what you've heard about deep-fried Mars bars or tartan tins of shortbread. Achiltibuie, in the north-west of Scotland, is an unexpected foodie paradise. Just make sure you go in the summer... read more »
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