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things to do in Scotland in 2019

Thinking of driving the North Coast 500 or heading to Scotland’s stunning north-west coast? Here are 9 more things to do in Scotland in 2019.

iconic mountains to hike in Scotland

Scotland’s mountains – charismatic despite their lack of height, and because of Scotland’s dependably undependable weather, at times downright dramatic. Here are my favourite iconic Scotland mountains to climb.

Love from, the last few months!

Hullo – are you well?  Long time no speak and all that.  After a completely manic September mostly spent making trips across to Fife (read my outdoor guide to Fife) and the Moray Firth (full Moray Coast guide here) the…

Boutique & Luxury Hotels in Scotland

From chic boutiques and country houses to the best five-star hotels, here are Love From Scotland’s favourite luxury hotels in Scotland. They have all been tried and tested by us, so you are guaranteed a truly fabulous place to stay in Scotland.

Saplinbrae Hotel, Aberdeenshire

Saplinbrae Hotel has all the country house hotel touches you’d expect – roaring fires, four poster beds and candle-lit dining,but this is a also a family run hotel with heart. Perfect for exploring the Moray Firth and North East 250.

A whisky tour in Speyside

Take a Speyside whisky tour behind the scenes of ‘the single malt that started it all’ with the fantastic Glenlivet Hill Trek.

Best places to visit in Scotland

It’s all too easy to fall into the trap of blindly following a top ten list and missing out on the really good stuff – and taking the same photos as everyone else! Here are my best places to visit in Scotland.

The Fairmont, St Andrews

Check in to the luxury Fairmont St Andrews – with two golf courses, a spa and six restaurants and Scotland’s best Sunday brunch

Exploring the Moray Firth coast

Picturesque harbour villages, waves crashing over sea cliffs, and not forgetting a famous soup, the Moray Firth might just be my favourite part of Scotland.

Lochanshelloch, Cawdor Estate

Surrounded by redwoods, roe deer and rambling paths which lead to you a rather nice country pub – this is a remote rural hideaway really worth discovering. Welcome to Lochanshelloch Cottage on the Cawdor Estate.