Think snowy hills, crisp days, roaring log fires, and of course plenty of whisky – Scotland in winter is a great time to visit. Here is how to plan your visit to Scotland in winter.
So you have booked your trip to Scotland. Hooray! How exciting! Don’t know where to start? Hey, I get it. Here’s my guide to everything you need to know before you plan your trip to Scotland.
From the perfect romantic cottage to a boutique hotel and a luxury log cabin, here are Love From Scotland’s picks of the best places to stay in Scotland.
It is the drama of the mountains which give the Scottish Highlands their character and with 282 Munros (mountains over 3000ft) to ‘bag’, climbing them is a national pastime – here are 10 Munros to climb.
Instead of googling the ‘top ten things to do in Scotland’ – here is where to visit in Scotland instead.
Famous for its distinctive shape and rocky crags and the challenge of ‘threading the needle’, climbing the Cobbler is a great introduction to the hills in Scotland. Here is how to climb it.
Step off a ferry onto one of Scotland’s Hebridean islands and you will be hit with an undeniable sense of otherworldliness. Here’s my guide to going ferry hopping in the Hebrides.
Thinking of planning a road trip around Scotland? If you are planning your itinerary for Scotland, here is how to do it.
Stay at the Birdwatcher’s Cabin on Loch Fleet near Golspie for a gorgeous luxury stop on the North Coast 500.
I wanted to take a little pause and add my 2pence to a growing discussion on our relationship with social media and Scotland.
From mountain huts, traditional ‘but an’ bens’, to tiny houses, bothies in Scotland are famous. For a taste of bothy life, let’s check into The Bothy at Balloch O’ Dee in Dumfries and Galloway.
From Scotland’s most southerly point, along the beautiful Solway Firth to Scotland’s highest village, Dumfries and Galloway is one of Scotland’s gems.