We recently held a Facebook competition, inviting all of our Facebook friends to upload their photos taken whilst on tour to get 10% off their next booking. We had an amazing response and we thought we would share all of the fantastic photos we received with you!
The winner of the Facebook photo competition was Anna Brand with this fantastic photo of Eilean Donan Castle. Anna won a 1
Ever wondered why some people sing ‘Auld Lang Syne’ at the beginning of the New Year at the stroke of midnight? And ever wondered why Scots love to celebrate the 25th January?
All of this celebration is down to one Scot – Robert Burns. Burns was a Scottish Poet and Lyricist and was named Scotland’s favourite Scot, beating William Wallace. Scots around the world
Rob Roy MacGregor was one of Scotland's most loveable rogues. Born in 1671, Rob Roy grew up in the time of the Jacobites and joined the uprising aged 18.
The leader of his clan was killed during the uprising, and his father was jailed and held for treason charges for two years. His mother died whilst his father was imprisoned.
Rob Roy became a well-known and respected
As our new season is nearly upon us (doesn't time fly!), we thought we would update you on what exciting events are happening in Scotland this year!
2014 has been offically named as Visit Scotland's Year of Homecoming, and in terms of major events, is fast becoming one of the most exciting years Scotland has seen! With the Ryder Cup, Commonwealth Games and MTV Awards, if you've ever
For many, William Wallace was seen as a defender of a nation, and the epitome of commitment to an Independent Scotland. For others, Wallace was an outlaw, a murderer and a traitor.
So who was William Wallace?
Little is known of Wallace prior to 1297. We know that he was the son of a Scottish knight and a landowner. He was certainly educated and given his later military