This week, I will be discussing some of the key landmarks that are worth visiting when planning your next holiday trip to Scotland. Although you may not be able to fully explore these places due to lockdown restrictions, these landmarks can still be enjoyed and admired if going for a walk or if you’re planning on doing some sight-seeing. This blog post can also be used to provide some inspiration for your next holiday trip!
The White Church
The White Church is one of Comrie’s most iconic landmarks and is situated on a prominent site, adjacent to the River Earn. The White Church is a beautiful, white-harled building and was built back in 1805. The White Church is a great landmark to visit as it is considered a bright and lively community! With over 50 different types of community groups, The White Church can host various fundraising and social events! The iconic landmark can be enjoyed during your sight-seeing adventures and if wanting to spend more time in nature! If you’re looking to book your next holiday in the Comrie area, why not check out some of our lovely accommodations such as Chauffeur’s Cottage!
Stirling Castleand the Wallace Monument
If wanting to check out a more historic landmark, why not visit the Stirling Castle! The Stirling Castle is one of Scotland’s most historical landmarks and fun fact – the Stewart Kings and Queens considered the Stirling Castle as one of their favourite places to host grand celebrations from christening to coronations! Inside the castle, there are various costumed characters from court officials, to bodyguards, maid of honours and servants! The Stirling Castle is a great place to visit for a family’s day out or if wanting to explore what Stirling has to offer! If you’re looking to book your next holiday in the Stirling area, why not check out some of our lovely accommodations such as the Penthouse Apartment!
The Wallace Monument was completed in 1869 and commemmorates one of Scotland’s most famous figures, a knight who came to prominence during the First War of Scottish Independence. There are great views of the monument from many places in Stirling; and when it is open the view from the top is well worth the climb.
Falkland Palace & Garden
Crowned as one of Scotland’s finest Renaissance palaces, why not visit the Falkland Palace and Garden! The Falkland Palace & Garden is a landmark that is adored by Mary, Queen of Scots. Inside the palace, there are stunning rooms such as the drawing room, the Chapel Royal and the library along with the royal apartments that have been re-created. The Falkland Palace & Garden is an amazing landmark to visit for its beautiful appearance and being surrounded by nature! If you’re looking to visit the Falkland Palace & Garden when booking your next holiday trip, why not check out some of our lovely accommodations such as the Craigrossie, Gleneagles Village!