Planning An Unforgettable Holiday In Scotland
Bonnie Scotland will capture your heart on holiday. Bonnie, meaning “beautiful”, is the perfect word to describe a country with its rugged coastline, majestic mountains and top visitor attractions.
With so much to do, it is best to plan your itinerary. First, book your accommodation. The Hollies Highland Lodges are luxurious spaces, beautifully furnished to make you feel relaxed and comfortable during your stay.
Next, work out what fun things to do in Scotland. This includes visiting iconic castles, art galleries, museums and more. It might be a good idea to pack your wetsuit, too. The Scottish lochs, rivers and the sea are a playground for canoeing, wild swimming, sailing and so on. On snowier occasions, you can grab your skis or snowboard and head to the mountains in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park.
Then, make time to indulge in the freshest seasonal produce and creative menus. Some of the best places to eat in Scotland include Michelin-star restaurants. You can also indulge in the best fish and chips in the country’s scenic spots. If you’re staying at luxury self-catering lodges in the Highlands, you also have the option to prepare meals at home.
Finally, set aside time to enjoy some of the finest luxury Scotland experiences. You can visit world-famous golf courses in stunning locations. Or dress up for dinner on an indulgent train trip through the Scottish Highlands. Then swap trains for planes and take the skies – a seaplane experience is a unique way to take in the sublime scenery from up high.
Overall, a holiday in Scotland can be both luxurious and leisurely. The many scenic locations are prime spots to unwind in beautiful accommodation. You can also indulge your adventurous side and participate in land and sea activities. Whatever your plans and whenever you go, Scotland will entertain and impress you.