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Sutherland, Bonar Bridge, Ardgay, 9 hole Golf course in Scotland, only 45 minutes north of Inverness on the Struie road, set amongst grand scenery, Loch Migdale down below to the south east, surrounded with woodland and panoramic scenery, barren and rugged heights to the north, while the south can seem the sinuous channel of the Kyle of Sutherland, with magnificent mountains of Ross beyond. Here on the Bonar-Ardgay course the votary of the Royal and ancient game, you will fined the practice...

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Search and Discover Scotland Holiday Accommodation Guide with stay4you.com to find your Scottish accommodation for your next adventure. Tourism Scotland finding the most beautiful locations in the world, stretching from the Highlands and Islands in the north, to the Scottish Borders in the south, with a diverse collection of holiday properties, food and drink, sporting activities, scenery, history, ancestry, a perfect get away whether you are active or not. Through stay4you.com you can book Scottish holiday accommodation direct with owners whether you desire a B&B, Guest House, Hotel, Castle self catering in a Scottish Cabin to enjoy your stay in Scotland

Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom, some parts of the Lowlands are not physically "low," Merrick for example reaching 2,766 feet, while some areas indisputably in the Highlands are low-lying, it covers the northern third of the island of Great Britain, with a border with England to the south.

It is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, the North Sea to the east, and the Irish Sea to the south-west, with more than 790 islands, including the Northern Isles and the Hebrides. From the border with England you will find the Lowlands this is not an official geographical or administrative area of the country.

There are two main topographic regions, the Lowlands and the Southern Uplands, the term "Lowlands" mainly refers to the Central Lowlands and being a cultural and historic region of Scotland.

When choosing a holiday in Scotland you will find an extensive selection of accommodation on offer, you can find complete peace of mind and a perfect opportunity to relax in some of the most spectacular scenery to be found, whether you prefer sporting or cultural, indoor or outdoor, city or countryside there’s something for everyone.

planning your holiday and finding your perfect Scottish accommodation is easy with lots of information about the regions and localities and plenty of ideas for days out and holiday activities.

If you’re looking for a cottage perched amongst dramatic mountain scenery, a property with great views of a loch or a cosy coastal retreat overlooking the sea, Bed and Breakfast, hotels, self catering, holiday rentals, caravans, pods, A frames, caravan parks, camping, camper-van sites, Castles, lodges, a light house, or a bothy on the edge of the ancient forest, in Scotland we have all types of accommodation to suite all budgets, you will find competitively priced accommodation for couples, families and groups that represents tremendous value for money.

The Highlands is a historic region of Scotland. From the Lowlands you pass into some of the most mind blowing landscapes, too be found in the Scottish Highlands. The Highlands and the Lowlands Culturally, diverged from the later Middle Ages into the modern period, when Lowland Scots replaced Scottish Gaelic throughout most of the Lowlands. The term is also used for the area north and west of the Highland Boundary Fault, although the exact boundaries are not clearly defined, particularly to the east.

The Great Glen divides the Grampian Mountains to the south east from the North west Highlands. The Scottish Gaelic name of A' Ghàidhealtachd literally means "the place of the Gaels", traditionally from a Gaelic-speaking point of view, includes both the Western Isles and the Highlands.

Scotland's well documented turbulent history started with tribal Celts and ancient, face-painted Picts, Roman conquerors and audacious red-headed Vikings, fallen monarchs and powerful warrior-royals, noble clansmen, great explorers, pensive philosophers, bright inventors, and all that came with them and the remnants they left behind some of the most beautiful and romantic castles and lavish stately homes in the world, here you will find mysterious standing stones, striking architecture, derelict fortresses, world-famous feats of engineering and more!

Exploring Scotland

From the Scottish Borders to Orkney and from Fife to the Isle of Skye, fierce battles, cruel and bloody risings were won and lost. lasting unions were forged, and new discoveries and world-changing inventions were made from Scotland, the list could go on as the history of Scotland stretches back thousands of years.

On a Highlands holiday you will discover majestic mountains and mysterious lochs, pass through Britain's largest National Park, witness dolphins frolicking off the Moray Coast, marvel at the sensational seascape of the North Highlands, walk in the shadow of Britain's highest peak, Ben Nevis, or explore the stunning islands. On Scotland's stretches of coastline, You can taste the salt in the wind, hear the seabirds call to each other over the crashing sounds of the waves.

The Moray Firth, on the east coast, is a low lying land scape becomes increasingly dramatic, with spectacular cliffs, swirling seas and rugged off shore islands. The coastline of Northern Scotland consists of a large area of unspoilt scenery clinging on to the edge of Europe, with pure white sands stretching for miles before your feet.

John O'Groats is the most northerly point on the British Isles, 690 miles from London, 280 miles from Edinburgh, 6 miles from the Orkney. you will find an amazing coast, popular with tourists, sparsely populated, but doubling in size for the season, with a wild and sometimes hostile climate, the region will take your breath away at every turn. It as one end of the longest distance between two inhabited British points on the mainland, with Land's End in Cornwall lying 876 miles to the south west.

Explore the villages, rich in Scottish history of the Highland clearances, discover the bays and beaches and vast open landscapes, known as the flow country, rich in archaeological remnants and features of a bygone age.

Caithness a county still today claiming royal connections, it is located on the most north eastern part of the North and serves as the most northern part of the North Coast 500 heading in both direction depending on you travelling from the East on the North coast 500 from Inverness the Capital of the Highlands or west from Inverness, the coastline feature soaring sea stacks, raucous colonies of sea birds, and vertically faced headlands jutting out into the wild waters of the Pentland Firth.

Scotland is a country rich in culture, steeped in history and saturated with amazing food and drink, with the arrival of the Vikings in the 8th and 9th centuries, new cooking and preservation techniques were introduced such as brewing, Salting and smoking, created by the Norsemen to preserve food on long journeys. Today Scotland continues to be one of the best natural larders in the world and has been a staple provider for both the UK and global markets.

Whether it's a leisurely lunch, eating with the kids or enjoying a more intimate dinner for two, Scotland has something for every occasion, to suite every pocket and every cuisine. Along with an abundance of culture, fantastic heritage, Food and drink, stunning cities and a wealth of activities to suit all ages and interests, you will find more than enough to entertain all kinds of holiday makers, whether you’re on two feet or four paws.

Staying In Scotland

Spending time in Scotland can provide travellers with some very memorable moments. Scotland is famous around the world for its extensive history, breathtaking scenery, thriving cities, and distinctive culture. There is a wide variety of sights and activities available, so regardless of the length of time you intend to spend here, you won't be bored. The following are some considerations to make:

You have a variety of options to select from when it comes to lodging, such as hotels, hostels, bed & breakfasts, and even self-catering cottages, depending on the needs and constraints of your travel budget and personal preferences. Numerous cities in Scotland, such as Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Inverness, provide a wide range of options.

Travel & transit: Trains, buses, and ferries are all part of Scotland's well-developed public transit network. The cities are very accessible by means of public transit, and there are scenic train routes that give stunning vistas of the surrounding countryside.

Activities and Tourist Attractions:

Castles, monasteries, and other places of historical significance can be found all around Scotland, attesting to the country's long and eventful past. The castles of Edinburgh and Stirling, as well as the prehistoric town of Skara Brae in Orkney, are among the most visited attractions in Scotland.
Natural Beauty: Scotland's landscapes range from the rough Highlands to the lovely lochs (lakes), such as Loch Ness and Loch Lomond. Scotland is known for the beauty of its natural landscapes. You can go hiking in national parks such as the Cairngorms or take a beautiful drive along the North Coast 500, which travels around most of the northern shore. Both of these options provide breathtaking views.
Whisky is Scotland's national drink, and the country is home to a number of distilleries that produce the spirit. Consider paying a visit to a whisky factory in order to gain an understanding of the manufacturing process and to try some of the best Scotch whisky.
Outdoor Activities Scotland is a great place to visit if you enjoy activities such as hiking, mountain climbing, kayaking, and even skiing during the winter months if you visit during that time of year.
encounters with other cultures:

Festivals: Scotland is home to a wide variety of festivals, including the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, which is the largest arts festival in the world. Other festivals in Scotland include the Highland Games and traditional music festivals.
Haggis, neeps and tatties, and fish and chips are some of the traditional meals that may be found in Scottish cuisine. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow are home to thriving culinary scenes that feature restaurants serving a variety of cuisines from across the world.
Music and Dance: Take part in some exciting ceilidh dancing and listen to some traditional Scottish music while you're here. Ceilidh dance is a social form of Scottish country dancing.
Etiquette & Traditions of the Area:

It is recommended that you do not be shy about striking up talks with people because Scots are famed for their friendliness and kindness.
The art of polite conversation is highly valued in Scottish society. Simply uttering the words "please" and "thank you" can have a significant impact.
Having a healthy respect for the natural world is also very important. When venturing out into the wilderness, it is imperative that you observe the "Leave No Trace" philosophy in order to protect the area's pristine natural beauty.
It is important to keep in mind that the climate in Scotland can be rather variable, so even during the summertime, you should be prepared for it to rain and experience a range of temperatures. Anyone who visits Scotland will have the opportunity to participate in activities that are one of a kind and unforgettable, whether they want to explore the country, the cities, or the islands.

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Great place so close😍
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So impressed by our stay in Scotland had to write a quick review, who would have known that just across the border there was such a wonderful place we had a week camping and just wish it could have been longer, as we didn't have time to visit all the places we wanted but will do next time.
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