Adrenaline-pumping activities, exciting events, wildlife, history and so much more. Scotland has an abundance of amazing experiences to offer, from traditional local festivals and laid back pursuits such as fishing and golf, to a huge array of historic sites and cultural highlights. There is so much to do it’s hard to know where to start. Well, why not let us guide you through some of the top things to do in the area. On our blog you can read about Scotland’s many attractions, activities and events.

Blog Posts

Autumn Gold in Perthshire

There’s now more time to explore some of Scotland’s best loved historic visitor attractions in this, the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology 2017. From the Broch of Gurness in Orkney to Cardoness Castle in Dumfries and Galloway, over 36 attractions are extending their summer opening arrangements to the end of October 2017. Why not…

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Woodland Light Experience 2017: Reflections

As this year’s Enchanted Forest experience draws to a close another light and sound show begins it’s programme of events.This year’s Woodland Light Experience show Reflections returns from 25th October and runs until 12th November. Enjoy an Autumnal walk in the woods and experience 14 acres of Scottish woodland as never before…… A finalist in the Scottish Outdoor &…

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New Website

This month sees the launch of our freshly redesigned website. The easy functionality of the new website allows visitors to look, book and pay on online. Search availability on all of our self catering holiday accommodation from the home page.  You will find a detailed description and itinerary for each property along with photographs so…

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October TayFest

October Tayfest is Perthshire’s family festival showcasing the best of family fun & nature rolled into one! From Saturday 14th to Sunday 22nd October 2017 your family and friends can enjoy an array of family friendly events and embrace nature’s playground at its very best. October TayFest allows you to try things you wouldn’t normally do, so make sure…

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Ways with Wood

Ways with Wood takes place at the Scottish Crannog Centre on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September between 10.30 am and 4.30 pm. We take wood for granted here in ‘Big Tree Country’ but it is and was a precious commodity which our Iron Age ancestors exploited.  Join the Scottish Crannog Centre for wood-turning and…

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Bannockburn House tours

An extremely rare opportunity to see inside Bannockburn House, Prince Charlie’s residence in 1746, will be offered very soon. Never before open to the public on such a scale tours will take place on Saturday 30 September 2017 to Sunday 1 October 2017 Bannockburn House was built in the late 17th Century, and for the History Live weekend,…

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A Day Out With Thomas

The Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway will be giving children (and adults) the opportunity to have a Day out with Thomas on 9th and 10th September.   Engines with friendly faces, children’s entertainment, competitions, face painting, fairground attractions –  a popular event with young fans of the Railway Stories by Rev W Awdry and his son…

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A celebration of our relationship and reliance on horses hosted at the Kelpies, the world’s largest equine sculptures and takes place on Saturday 9th September. HorsePower is an imaginative and exciting event that celebrates our relationship and reliance on the horse. There is no better place to host this celebration than The Helix Park, home…

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