A chance to travel Scotland in the footsteps of the Jacobites The Jacobite wars, or Jacobite rising, were a lot more than kilted Highlanders rushing through the heather to fight the Redcoats. It was an attempt by Charles Edward Stuart to regain … [Read More...] about A Tour of Jacobite Scotland
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Hello, and welcome to Scotland Info, your Travel Guide to Scotland covering the Scottish Highlands, Islands and Mainland. Our passion is Scotland, we love this wild, unspoilt and stunningly beautiful country, and we are keen to share it with you.
Scotland Info – Your Travel Guide to Scotland
Despite the somewhat changeable weather we have here, Scotland is a great place to live in and to visit. We have a fascinating history, stunning scenery, the best whisky distilleries in the world, the most beautiful castles, breathtaking islands, clean rivers and seas and most of all friendly and very welcoming locals. No matter where you go, the Scots will welcome you and make you feel at home. Where do you find that nowadays?
The Scotland Info website consists of three main sections: Mainland scotland page gives access to the various regions in Scotland such as the Highlands, Scottish Borders and Sutherland. The Islands of Scotland page covers the Hebridean Islands in the west and the Northern Islands. Our City Guides page covers the seven cities in Scotland. Photos are provided by Islay dot Scot
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In Wigtown, a lovely Scottish town in Dumfries and Galloway a few miles south of Newton Stuart, you'd better not say the word e-reader out loud as this is the Book Capital of Scotland, and we're talking about the real paper books, and lots of them. … [Read More...] about Wigtown Book Capital of Scotland
Pretty villages and towns can be found anywhere in Scotland and recently we came across another one of those lovely villages in the south-east of Dumfries and Galloway. We spent the night in Clonyard House Hotel as we were passing through on our way … [Read More...] about New Abbey and Sweetheart Abbey
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Wester Ross is synonym for remote, lonely, beautiful and wild. It's an area of outstanding natural beauty situated between Loch Carron in the south, Loch Broom … Read more... about Wester Ross
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The Royal in Deeside finds it origin in earlier times. It was 1848 when Queen Victoria visited this region in Scotland and fell in love with the place. One can only say that she had good taste as the Deeside is a … Read more... about Royal Deeside