Places of Interest
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is a picturesque village set in the heart of Royal Deeside. Surrounded by the magnificent scenery of the Cairngorms National Park, Ballater is renowned for its royal connections and has many shops and businesses displaying the Royal warrants of the Queen and Prince Charles.
is Perthshire’s second largest town and graces the banks of the River Ericht. It was once a huge centre for growing flax with the town developing to house 12 spinning mills. Now Blairgowrie is the focus of the Perthshire soft fruit growing industry, especially raspberries and is also popular with golfers and anglers.
is a delightful town set in the heart of Royal Deeside, midway between Aberdeen and the Cairngorm National Park. It is a popular tourist destination with a good range of shops and facilities, including an 18 hole golf course and several pubs and restaurants.
Cairngorms National Park
is the highest and most extensive range of arctic mountain landscape in Britain. This region is abundant with wildlife, birds, plants and rare flowers and breathtaking scenery at every turn.
is Scotland’s third largest city. With its sparkling granite buildings it has one of the most recognisable skylines in Scotland. Combining history and heritage with a great range of shops, award-winning cuisine and a stunning coastline Aberdeen provides all the ingredients for an absorbing day out.
lies in the heart of Scotland amid spectacular scenery. The town has delightful Victorian architechture, interesting independent shops, a diverse range of restaurants and friendly inns and lively festivals taking place throughout the year.