What is the most amazing holiday that you have had?
If you come to Scotland, you might even find it impossible to say, when there is something different and amazing to see and do every day, in a land that breathes with wonderful vistas and ancient mystery. Once you witness its wonders, you may come to believe in its magic.
Scotland might be small but it is amazing, there is plenty to see and do. Come and see for yourself, you may even find yourself wanting to come back.
Come for an ordinary holiday, to find an extra ordinary place in which to enjoy very special adventures.
Whether you're looking for adventure in the great outdoors, art and folk festivals, dramatic scenery, a unique cultural experience the range is extensive and too much to cover during one visit. Enjoy stunning scenery, from magnificent mountains and isolated beaches to remote islands and picturesque fishing villages, all steeped in a long history.
Scotland's capital, Edinburgh, is where to see Scotland's history come alive. Explore the historic Old Town from the magnificent Edinburgh Castle, down the Royal Mile, to the Palace of Holyrood. In August, the city is transformed by the Edinburgh Festival, the largest arts festival in the world.
The weather is a subject of constant discussion in Scotland and the UK. The fascination that the British have with their weather, and the reason it enters into almost every conversation, is its variability.
The climate of Scotland is temperate, and tends to be very changeable, but rarely extreme. Scotland is warmed by the Atlantic's Gulf Stream. The western coastal areas tend to be warmer, while the east tends to be drier.
Even though the most popular time of year for Scotland is June, July and August, the best and driest weather is in April/May, and September/October. So be prepared especially if you are planning outdoor activities. "While one glen broods under a Scotch mist, the next may be basking in brilliant sunshine".
Have fun planning your holiday or short break, you will find plenty of help in choosing a destination that is right for you. Scotland's capital is certainly a good place to start. Good Luck and a Hundred Thousand Welcomes (ceud mìle fàilte), to you and yours. See you soon.
Whether you want to visit the sights of Edinburgh Scotland's capital, roam the Pentland hills or are coming to work nearby we can offer you the ideal place to stay.