Scotland was voted the best country to visit in 2017 – and it’s easy to see why. Here’s my highlights of what we got up to this year!
With 21 Munros in the bag and lots of other hills along the way, 2017 was the year I truly became addicted to hillwalking in Scotland. Here is my review of the year.
On Scotland’s west coast, underneath imposing mountains, is the Torridon Hotel – a luxury hotel in the most dramatic of locations.
Think snowy hills, crisp days, roaring log fires, and of course plenty of whisky – Scotland in winter is a great time to visit.
Famous for golf and Scotland’s oldest university and surrounded by countryside, discover all the things to do in St Andrews and the East Neuk of Fife.
Scotland’s west coast should be top of your list when planning a trip to Scotland. Visit Skye, Mull, and Oban on this west coast of Scotland road trip – an extension to the NC500.
Loch Lomond’s bonnie bonnie banks are best seen from above, so take a hike up a hill for my favourite Loch Lomond Walks.
In an ancient Caledonian forest, beside two of Scotland’s most beautiful glens, are the luxurious log cabins of Eagle Brae.
Glen Affric and Glen Strathfarrar are often pitted against each other for the title of ‘Scotland’s most beautiful glen’. Let’s explore.
Stay in a fabulous suite beside your own private lochside beach at the Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel.
A spectacular (and breathless!) day climbing Ben Nevis, Scotland’s highest mountain.
I love getting outside for a ‘wee walk’. From loch side strolls to waterfall walks, here are my favourite wee walks in Scotland.
Located on the edge of the Lammermuir Hills in East Lothian, Blinkbonny Wood campsite might be no frills but it is as blissful as you can get.
Fancy a lobster roll, spotting some puffins and a stroll along a beautiful beach? Here is why you should visit the East Neuk of Fife.
From climbing a Munro, staying in the pretty town of Tobermory, to one of Scotland’s best beaches here are my favourite things to do on the Isle of Mull, Scotland.