Home | Guides



A Guide To Kelso

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

It is no coincidence that many beautiful towns in Scotland are situated on water and Kelso is no exception, as it snuggles into a bend of the River Tweed about…

A Guide To Kirkcudbright

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

Nestled on the firth of the river Dee in Dumfries and Galloway, the beautiful town of Kirkcudbright is recorded as having a Franciscan monastery in the 12th century though there are…

A Guide To Inveraray and The Heart of Argyll

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

Inveraray is most famous for the Castle which was built in the 18th century for the Duke of Argyll. It is rather more a grand stately home than a castle…

A Guide To Kippford

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

The village of Scaur, as Kippford was previously known, is relatively small and tucked away. It lies about fifteen miles south-west of Dumfries. Nestled on a ledge between the forested…

Ben Nevis

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

If you fancy mountain climbing or advanced hill walking, then you’re going to need a few things. A lot of stamina, the right gear and experience. This is the highest…

Edinburgh Castle

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

Scotland’s famous icon, Edinburgh Castle, is the ‘crowning glory’ of our list of places to visit in Scotland. It is the symbol of both the City and the country of…

Loch Ness

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

As places to visit in Scotland go, Loch Ness in Inverness will take some beating. The Loch stretches for 23 miles and is bordered by quintessentially Scottish villages, stunning mountain…

The National Museum Of Scotland

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

If you are going to Edinburgh, then you simply can’t afford to miss this. Not only is it one of the UK’s Top 10 visitor attractions; it’s also in the…

Borders Abbeys Way

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

In the picturesque Scottish borders, the Borders Abbeys Way is divided into five sections of very similar distances, ultimately making up a circular walk of approximately 64.5 miles. This walk…

The Annandale Way

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

Stretching 55 miles across Scotland, the Annandale Way can either be walked North to South or South to North. The Annandale Way begins at the source of the River Annan…

The Great Glen Way

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

Ranking an impressive 64th in the “Best Great British Walks”, the Great Glen Way consists of 76 miles which can either be walked, cycled or travelled by boat. This particular…

The West Highland Way

Thu, 25th Oct 2018

Beginning at Milngavie, the 154km (96m) West Highland Way follows the exquisite landscape of Loch Lomond towards Glencoe, climbing the famed Devil’s Staircase before finishing at Gordon Square, Fort William.…

Get in Touch

Our team are on hand to make sure you find the Holiday Cottage of your dreams.

Contact Us
This site uses cookies.
CustomiseHide Options
Read our privacy policy

You can read more about our privacy policy here.