Grey Mare’s Tail is one of Scotland’s most spectacular waterfalls, descending 200ft from Loch Skeen in the stunning Dumfriesshire countryside.
East Lothian might be on Edinburgh’s doorstep but it is a destination in its own right. Here are my favourite things to do in East Lothian.
A walk along the River Tweed by the pretty town of Peebles to find the dramatic Neidpath Castle.
We’ve fallen in love with East Lothian so much that we’ve been looking for somewhere to live; we try Aberlady on for size.
The East Neuk of Fife is one of my favourite places in Scotland. We visited Elie and the Fife Coastal Path.
My favourite day trips from Edinburgh.
From a tropical rainforest to an arid desert, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh glasshouses hide a botanical wonderland.
Tantallon Castle sits on a dramatic cliff face, head to Seacliff beach to really get an idea of just how formidable this castle really is.
From Sir Walter Scott to Rule Britania, we headed for a walk along St Cuthbert’s Way to explore the ruined Dryburgh Abbey.
Whether the sun is shining or the wind is blowing right through, there few places that bring a smile to my face in quite the same way as Tyninghame Beach.
New Lanark, one of only 6 World Heritage Sites in Scotland, is the jewel in the Clyde Valleys crown.
Blackness Castle is often called ‘the ship that never sailed’ due to its boat-like appearance from the sea, it’s location also makes for some stunning views of the river and across to Fife.