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Country House Hotel Scotland

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009
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Nestled beneath the Campsie Fells, amongst picturesque hills and villageshotels in Scotland are a tranquil getaway from the bustle of Glasgow. Set in the picturesque parish of Strathblane, these elegant country house hotels provides old world charm with modern comforts.

Traditional values are central to hospitality at country house hotel in Scotland. The staffs are dedicated to provide guest with a homely, attentive and relaxed environment. Each room is distinctive, with comfort and style being the hallmark. The hotels in Scotland provides three types of rooms, premier rooms, double rooms and twin rooms, all equipped for business needs with a digital internet connection. The premier rooms have a separate living area apart from the bedroom and offer an enchanting view. (more…)

Information On Cheap Accommodation In Scotland

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009
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Scotland is one of the most scenic and historic places in Europe and has always been a popular tourist destination. The country is small in size but had a wide variety of attractions and places that are well worth a visit.

Perhaps best known for whisky or castles, this country has hundreds of historic castle ruins and sites as well as distilleries throughout. But there are also some fantastic landmarks such as the mysterious Loch Ness and the bustling shops of Glasgow.

Britain can be an expensive place for travellers from Europe or America and so it is important to try and find value for money accommodation during your stay. There are hundreds of hostels around Scotland with the Scottish Youth Hostel Association being the biggest hostel chain in the country. (more…)

Edinburgh Capital Of Scotland

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009
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The capital of Scotland since the mid 1400’s, Edinburgh is situated in the south-east of Scotland, close to the North Sea. Steeped in history, full of grandeur and with a vast array of culture, Edinburgh is the perfect location for people of all ages and interests.

Sighted as one of the most scenic and beautiful places in the whole of Europe, Edinburgh is home to over 4,500 grade listed buildings, many showing the fantastic Georgian architecture off superbly. These buildings range from small, historical venues in the main centre to great castles in the more rural areas, all adding to the fantastic Edinburgh charm. (more…)

Enjoy A Scotland Vacation In The Scottish Highlands

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009
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“You tak’ the high Road an’ I’ll tak’ the low road” and we will enjoy a Scottish vacation together, in the Scottish highlands and in the lowlands of Bonnie Scotland. Most people visit Edinburgh and then claim they have “done Scotland”. Others head straight for the Isle of Skye or for Gleneagles Hotel or St. Andrews for a round of golf and then claim the same thing.

You don’t “do Scotland” in a day, or even a few days. Ten days to two weeks is what it takes to experience what Scotland has to offer, and even that is nothing more than a taste of more to come should you wish to return – and most do. So what is needed for you to see Scotland in all her glory? This proud country that has withstood the ravages of invading English, sometimes with great success and sometimes not? (more…)

Spirit Of The Highlands – Sailing The Lochs Of Western Scotland

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009
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“My desire is always to be here” sang Sir Paul McCartney in his tribute to the Mull of Kintyre, and the Western Highlands have inspired the same loyalty in many who have come to know and love this secluded coast. The Scottish landscape is a theatre where the hills themselves appear to move in the shifting light, one minute swathed in cloud, the next a misty veil of sunlight, and later against a piercing blue sky the brilliant sunshine bouncing off fresh snow on the hilltops. (more…)