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Inverlochy is a 19th century castle in the middle of a group of mountains, surrounded by the luscious green of evergreen trees and the sparkling blue from a nearby loch. It’s a well known place for hunting and … Read more →
It’s 2020, a year we will never forget; where travelling to far-flung destinations is taboo and the prospect of even a short haul flight could end up in a two-week quarantine. Holidaying closer to home is the most … Read more →
If you’re thinking of going on a rural retreat to Scotland, East Kilbride isn’t exactly the first place you’d think of but let me challenge that.
Crossbasket is a 17th century castle, which has recently been renovated into … Read more →
Nestled in by some old railway tracks in a port in Leith, is the Fingal. The Fingal was built in 1963 and was used as a lighthouse service ship until it was docked, and subject to a five … Read more →
It’s safe-to-say that 2020 has not been an easy ride so far. Aside from all the other awfulness that Covid-19 and Lockdown have wrought on every aspect of life, missing out on holidays and summer trips abroad has been an … Read more →
‘The finest luxury hotel in the North East’ is housed in an impressive, sprawling Georgian mansion, all high ceilings, white Palladian pillars and vast stone terraces. There’s a slightly bizarre cylindrical water feature at the front entrance that … Read more →
Driving down the mile-long tree-lined drive, Lucknam Park appears as an unspoilt and elegant country house, sitting upon 500 acres of tranquil parkland. Dating back to the 18th century this indulgent escape is home to 42 rooms, equestrian … Read more →
Since opening their first hotel in the New Forest in 2011, The Pig group’s laid back vibe and pioneering ‘restaurant with rooms’ concept has provided an antidote to the traditional country house hotel offering.
The sixth in The … Read more →
The Little Fox Hotel is a 14th century farmhouse-turned-hotel located on 8 acres of private grounds. Guests can enjoy exquisite views of Dartmoor and easy access to beautiful Devonshire and Cornish coastline, sandy beaches and attractions such as … Read more →
Ellenborough Park’s gloriously sprawling estate spans several centuries and architectural styles, from its early Tudor beginnings, via the 19th century folly, complete with grand tower, to Woodland Gate, the newest wing, built around a pretty, flower-filled courtyard and … Read more →