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Reasons to get married in the Scottish Highlands
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Reasons to get married in the Scottish Highlands

In the Scottish Highlands romance is in the air. The cinematic scenery makes the day memorable and the photos incredible. Wedding feasts overflow with superb, seasonal food that’s been harvested from the sea and hills. Tradition is tangible here, so the piper, the whisky and the ceilidh are authentic and add warmth. Your guests can have extraordinary wildlife watching experiences on land and...

Kilcamb Lodge under new ownership
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Kilcamb Lodge under new ownership

Kilcamb Lodge, a country house hotel on the banks of one of Scotland’s most scenic sea lochs, is under new ownership. From 1 July 2021, new owners, Pam and David Jones, Barbara Grzeda and Raymond Sterpaio, have taken over the ownership and running of the 11-bedroom hotel on Loch Sunart....

Experience the Wild Beauty of Ardnamurchan in the Scottish Highlands
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Experience the Wild Beauty of Ardnamurchan in the Scottish Highlands

The long dark of winter felt particularly bleak this year. Not least, because we’ve been locked down and unable to get out and about. However, the sun has finally returned, and the land is turning green once more. Restrictions are, at last, easing, and soon enough we’ll be allowed the full freedom of travelling around without needing to stay in self-contained accommodation....

Scotland’s Ancient Winter Celebrations
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Scotland’s Ancient Winter Celebrations

The main narrative of Christmas is a Christian one. The celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ; a first century Jewish religious leader. Hence, Christ-mas. Christianity is the world’s largest religion and underpins the social and familial values that many of us have grown up with.  We may or may not be religious in ourselves, but we still celebrate Christmas....

What makes single malt Scotch whisky so famous?
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What makes single malt Scotch whisky so famous?

Ask anyone where they think of when whisky is mentioned, and Scotland is the answer. Maybe not the only answer in 2020, however, Scotland and whisky are inseparable. The same as France and fine wine. No other whiskies in the world dominate cultural consciousness quite like Scottish ones. Specifically, single malts. This isn’t to say a Scotch single malt will always win a blindfold taste test...

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