292 Bed & breakfasts in Scotland

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    An interactive, evolving museum in Inverness/Loch Ness with nautical artefacts & large ships: e.g. 1:10 scale Titanic, Buckie drifter, RNLI lifeboat & more..

    Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park

    This safari park has lots to offer. Plenty of animals, drive through the lions then look at the giraffes. A really good play area with big slides next to a picnic/bbq area. A great day out.

    This is Central Scotland's only Red Kite feeding station. It's well worth the £5 donation to support the conservation of these amazing birds.

    The ruins are well preserved and there are grounds to walk around and take in the atmosphere. Lots of information boards and a Souvenir shop. It's not far from Jedburgh. Reasonable entrance fee.

    Jedbrough Jail is situated on the edge of town. There is parking but is easy to reach on foot. Free entry to what is a really good museum. Very informative and worth spending a couple of hours.

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    Chez Jules Bistro

    Traditional French food in the centre of town. Big thumbs up and reasonably priced.

    Great coffee in a tiny little place decorated with coffee sacks. Sit and actually watch your coffee being made. Great vibe!

    This Seedish Bakery is to die for delicious. Great atmosphere and the main cafe is right by The Meadows, a large green space in the old town area. Great coffee. They are also located in Stockbridge at 3 Deanhaugh Street. Highly recommend for coffee or lunch.

    Herringbone is a hard place to pin down. Open nearly all day, with an equal emphasis on good food, good coffee and a good selection of beers and wines, it's unsure whether they're more a cafe, bar or restaurant. They're also a bit too fancy and contemporary to really be considered a local, but popular with the locals none-the-less. They are fairly pricey, but that seems standard in North Berwick, and if you are here for a meal, then their ribs are outstanding.

    Recently refurbished in a timeless style, the Four Marys takes their reputation as an outstanding local very seriously. Staff who could not be more friendly or accommodating, proudly no TV, and regular live music and real ale festivals.

    The haddock and chips I ordered was made with fresh local ingredients and deservedly award-winning. It was also available as a large portion, although how anyone could eat any more, let alone how they would fit it on the plate, defies imagination!

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    Visit The National Wallace Monument

    This historic monument allows great views of the surrounding area, including Stirling Castle. There is ample parking and a minibus service to take you to the base of the monument. Lots of steps but it's worth the climb.

    Use the Info Center

    This is a better info centre than most. It's just opposite the Carter's Arms & has info on everything plus a great display and selection of local art and crafts.

    Visit Black Spout Wood

    The waterfall is a beautiful sight, particularly if you can see it in full flow after it has rained. If you are ever in Pitlochry, make sure you make the effort to see this.

    Visit The Bone Caves

    The Bone caves are off the A837, near Inchnadamph. The path is easy to follow although the last stretch up to the caves takes a bit of care. Take a torch to explore the back of the caves.

    Visit Faerie Glen

    Well worth a trip here while on Skye. Fantastic to explore around all about all the small hills and rock formations. Just make sure you check the location on a map first, as it is not signposted.

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    Loch Ness and monster

    Inverness has always been a popular place for those vising the Loch Ness, particularly those hoping to see the fabled Loch Ness monster!


    Moscow and Labrador, Newfoundland are on the same latitude as St Andrews but winters in St Andrews are not as cold!

    Studying in St Andrews

    St Andrews houses the oldest University in Scotland and the third oldest in the UK. Past famous students Prince William and Kate Middleton met at university here.

    True Gem

    Falkland is a true gem in Fife. It is really beautiful with little houses and cobble streets. The Palace is incredible. Great place to visit.

    City of Bloom!

    There are so many flowers in the city! Great place to stop off and stock up on supplies for the Highlands as it's the last big town.