Posts tagged A Travel Guide to Scotland

An overnight stay at Busta House Hotel

One of the best things about booking a trip is the planning. We do research online for accommodation, things to do and places to eat. Reading reviews, blog posts and searching hashtags on social media…

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Winter light nights in Scotland

When we moved four years ago, it was October. We didn’t get much time to prepare for the long dark nights that were soon to descend upon us. Discovering on a dreich day it can…

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Gin school experience at 1881 Distillery

This summer I have totally embraced water activities. I have been canoeing, SUP’ing, on boat trips and of course developed an obsession for cold water swimming. The health benefits of water are not a new…

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A wee one night stay in Biggar

One of the things we love most about living in Scotland is that you don’t have to travel far to feel like you’re miles away from home. Being near Perth gives us such varied options….

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A Cairngorms gin and swim odyssey

We like the occasional tipple of gin. We enjoy walking and being outdoors. So when we were invited to Daffy’s Gin School to make our own, how could we refuse? The opportunity to explore somewhere…

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Five day itinerary for the Heart 200

One of the main reasons for us moving to Perthshire was it’s central location and the abundance of things to do without having to travel too far from home. Plenty of woodland walks with view…

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Five reasons I enjoy wild swimming

Twelve months ago I was introduced to someone online after posting about the idea of me getting in the water (around the time we had all that glorious weather). There were a few emails back…

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Find your Scotland

When we book our holidays, long weekends away or even day trips we try not to plan them within an inch of our lives. I don’t make lists of the photographs I want to take…

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