Places of Interest
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lies on the southern edge of the Scottish Highlands and is home to the Glenturret Distillery and world famous Caithness Glass. Macrosty Park is one of the most picturesque in Scotland, with a fine collection of specimen trees and a Victorian bandstand.
One of Britain’s most historic cities, both James VI and Mary Queen of Scots were crowned here and nearby lie the famous battlefields of Bannockburn and Stirling Bridge. The spectacular castle and ancient market street still remain.
Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park
The magnificent landscape of this area has fired the imagination of writers, poets and artists for centuries. Loch Lomond is the largest expanse of freshwater in Great Britain and the romantic centrepiece of the National Park.
was a favourite haunt of Sir Walter Scott and also provided the setting for the popular 1960’s television series ‘Dr Finlay’s Casebook‘. There are numerous attractions in the town and an abundance of walks.
combines the energy and sophistication of a great international city with some of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery.