Six Months in Scotland

“A life changing experience and one I shall never forget” sums up Wayne Hall’s wild camping adventure for charity and marks the end of his six months in Scotland. Having unexpectedly found himself homeless, self-employed Wayne decided to take time out of the rat race and not just quietly … [Read more...]

Go Forth Guided Tours, North Berwick

Dave Berry; an extensively travelled, East Lothian Councillor; has returned to his beloved North Berwick, where Go Forth Guided Tours has been born from a supreme love and knowledge of his home territory. An endearing and very apparent passion for Scotland, has called Dave back from his work and … [Read more...]

Press Mains Cottages, Coldingham

“Relaxed, peaceful haven”, they said....”watch wildlife from your bedroom”, sounded like the remedy to a difficult few weeks and a short trot away from my last visit in the Scottish Borders, Press Mains Cottages was my oasis for the soul, if only for one night. Absorbed in the Berwickshire … [Read more...]

The Old Minister’s House, Rothiemurchus, Aviemore

The Old Minister’s House is exactly that, however offers a slight contradiction in terms within it’s beautifully contemporary interior. Situated in the heart of the Cairngorm Natural Park, the former Church of Scotland Manse boasts an impressive, traditional stone frontage commanding a prime … [Read more...]

Seafari Adventures, Oban

A short distance from Oban, crossing the Bridge over the Atlantic to the western isle of Seil, Seafari Adventures has one of the most stunning locations in Scotland and is ideally placed to explore the varied sea and island wildlife off the beautifully remote Firth of Lorne Conservation … [Read more...]

Dundream, Kirkcolm, Stranraer

Do you ever dream of escaping to a beautifully remote, idyllic retreat, far away from reality with spectacular views and a wealth of varied wildlife for company? I did precisely that when I explored Scotland’s south-west recently and discovered my Xanadu in Dundream – the soul of rural … [Read more...]

St. Abbs Head Nature Reserve

A picture of dramatic coastline scenery is exactly what you enter, when visiting St. Abbs Head. The craggy, sheer cliffs rise from the North Sea and offer a home to nesting seabirds; populations of kittiwakes, guillemots, fulmars, razorbills and comical puffins, claim their precarious place amongst … [Read more...]