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Small villages in Easter Ross in the Highlands with beautiful beach (Shandwick Bay) much loved by walkers and surfers when conditions right.
Balranald has won awards as one of the best places for seeing wildlife in the UK. It is also located beside a beautiful Hebridean beach.
The two highest mountains in the wild country of Assynt in the North East. Fantastic views and an interesting and ankle aching walk to the summits.
19th Century estate and house on Fetlar that could soon become a centre for Shetland culture and artistic creativity.
Small wildlife park with very friendly atmosphere and staff to the north of Dundee
Small village on the Black Isle, few miles North East of Dingwall.
Ruinous and somewhat graffitied, but still magical stone circle in a forest clearing to the east of Luncarty. You walk through the forest to reach the clearing which is magical.
Located one mile SE of Kilwinning in the Eglinton Country Park. Built in 1796 by John Paterson for Hugh Montgomerie, the 12th Earl of Eglinton. Large Gothic mansion, replacing 17th century castle.
A charming small village just south of Loch Lomond; popular with boating enthusiasts.
Nature reserve that starts from the visitor centre and for the fits reaches to the peak of Britain's third highest mountain, Ben Lawers.
New restaurant in the Stockbridge Village; think french bistro concept meets scottish whisky and you get the idea. Seats 80 with two separate bars
The Burns House Museum is situated in the centre of Mauchline amidst period buildings and cobbled streets. It houses displays of his life in Mauchline and readings of poems...
Clonbeith Castle located 3 miles NE of Kilwinning, on minor road south of the B778, north of the Lugton Water. The remains of Clonbeith castle are surrounded by the buildings of a working dairy farm.
Culbokie Henge is situated at the top of a field overlooking the inner Cromarty Firth. The earthworks are well preserved and the ditch and bank can be traced easily.
Ruinous castle on a sea stack with surrounding wall. Central keep on outcrop of rock. Can be visited at any reasonable time.
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