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Scotland

One of the most beautiful and diverse countries in the world...

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This is your guide to many of Scotland’s most exciting and interesting places to visit. You’ll find all you need to know here. Whether you want to: explore Scotland’s culture and heritage in the shape of castles, stately homes, gardens, whisky distilleries, museums & galleries; choose a theme and take a guided tour; get active - extreme or relaxing, ashore or afloat; have some family fun in all-action, all-weather attractions where youngsters can let off steam and grown-ups can relax; go sightseeing, in our cities, or through our fabled diverse highland, lowland and coastal landscapes; or indulge yourself in some of Europe’s finest shopping… Scotland has it all.

The British Golf Museum

Jacobite Steam Train

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Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Contents To help you find the information you want quickly, we’ve divided Scotland into 4 regions and also used different coloured symbols on the touring map. The 4 regions are indicated here and the coloured tabs on pages throughout the guide.

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Inverness, Northern Highlands, Orkney & Shetland

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Cairngorms, Aberdeen & Tayside

16 Touring Map 22 West Highlands & Islands 28 South & Central Scotland

Key to Advertisements Different types of attraction are highlighted by spots of various colours, eg  (see key below).

 Speciality Shops  Distilleries & Breweries  Wild & Active  Family Fun

 Castles & Historic Sites  Eating & Drinking

 Tours & Cruises

 Museums, Galleries & Exhibitions

Camera Obscura

Loch Ness Centre & Exhibition

Landmark Forest Adventure Park

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Useful Websites www.daysoutscotland.com www.scotrail.co.uk www.citylink.co.uk www.calmac.co.uk www.northlinkferries.co.uk www.pentlandferries.co.uk www.travelinescotland.com trafficscotland.org www.metoffice.gov.uk

Quality Assurance Tourism businesses are inspected by the national tourist board, VisitScotland, and are graded on the quality of service and standard of facilities provided.

Getting Around... Great deals are available for you on rail, ferry & coach travel. Phone ScotRail on 0344 811 0141 for details of their travel passes. Caledonian MacBrayne sails to twenty-four destinations off Scotland’s west coast, from Arran in the south to Lewis in the north. Visit www.calmac.co.uk for more information. Tel: 0800 066 5000. For Orkney & Shetland, contact Serco NorthLink Ferries, tel. 0845 6060 449 or Pentland Ferries, tel. 0800 688 8998. There is also a passenger only ferry to Orkney from John O’Groats from May to September, tel. 01955 611353.

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Designed & Published by Landmark Press, Station Road, Carrbridge, Inverness-shire PH23 3AP Tel: 01479 841900. Front cover photo: Eilean Donan Castle. Photos: Kenny Lam, Colin Keldie, Paul Tomkins, VisitScotland; National Trust for Scotland Benny Marty/ Shutterstock.com; British Golf Museum; Samot/Shutterstock.com; Jose Arcos Aguilar/Shutterstock.com; Camera Obscura; Landmark Forest Adventure Park; Whale & Dolphin Conservation, Dolphin Spirit; Chivas Brothers; Jonathon Gourlay, Strathspey Steam Railway; Dunvegan Castle; Ulmus Media/Shutterstock.com Maps by: Ashworth Maps & Interpretation Ltd. Copy by: Gilbert Summers. Paper: Printed on paper from sustainable, managed, forests. Every effort is made to ensure that the information in this publication is accurate. However, we do not accept liability if information is incorrect. Please double check details with advertisers before visiting.

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KNOW scotland

Bringing

Inspiration And Ideas to you

Get expert advice on what to see and do and book tickets for events, activities and transport. Our Shop Local initiative promotes local artisans so you can also pick up the perfect gift from Scotland.

Our Coo Vans will be on the moo-ve throughout Scotland, with our Coo-visors delivering excellent local advice on what to see and do. Look out for them at events and attractions.

Scotland

Calanais Visitor Centre, Outer Hebrides

Our accredited Information Partners are based throughout Scotland and can offer tailored advice to help you make the most of your visit. Find them at visitscotland.com/iknow

Great Days Out! Là ithean sgoinneil a-muigh! Whether you’re searching for peace, adventure or wildlife, the forests and woodlands across Scotland have something to inspire you. Find a forest to explore today...

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Call us on 0300 067 6000 forestryandland.gov.scot

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Ring of Brodgar

Inverness, Northern Highlands, Orkney & Shetland Orkney has a wealth of prehistoric sites, including Skara Brae, Maes Howe and the Ring of Brodgar. Stromness, on its sheltered bay, has plenty of character, while Kirkwall has a good selection of shops, notably for crafts and jewellery.

Sango Bay, Durness

Inverness, the Highland capital, and the seaside town of Nairn are great bases for exploring, including Culloden Battlefield and Fort George or use them as a base to explore the ‘North Coast 500’. A visit to the 5* Loch Ness Centre & Exhibition is essential to enjoy learning the history behind the famous legend. All along the north shore of the Moray Firth are other attractive little Scottish towns such as Cromarty, Tain and Dornoch. Wick has a Heritage Museum telling the story of the area’s herring fishing industry.

For sheer atmosphere, Scotland’s rugged north coast is unbeatable. Breathtaking scenery continues down the western seaboard via Lochinver to the ferry-port of Ullapool, which makes an excellent base for exploring this area.

Shetland, the most northerly island group in the UK, has ferry connections with Aberdeen and Kirkwall. Lerwick is by far the largest town. Shetland is noted for its wildlife and its Viking heritage.

Inverewe Gardens

Culloden Battlefield

Many enjoy Inverewe Gardens, thriving in the Gulf Stream’s mildness. Gairloch has fine beaches and also a golf course. Loch Maree and Torridon, with some of Scotland’s most spectacular mountains, are also in the area’s ‘must sees’.

Dolphin Spirit

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Discover The Queen Mother’s Home in Caithness

CASTLE, GARDENS, SHOP & TEAROOM WITH ANIMAL CENTRE FOR CHILDREN Open daily 1st May to 30th September 2020 Closed Monday 27th July through to 11th August inclusive* * please check website as dates liable to change, Castle open 10.20am to last entries 4.00pm Grounds open 10.00am to 5.00pm Free parking - limited disabled access. Situated on the North coast of Caithness just off the A836 between Thurso and John O’Groats.

Tel: 01847 851473 www.castleofmey.org.uk 2

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Wildlife Cruises From John O’Groats

Orkney Day Tours

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Open 1st of April ~ 31st October

Falconry ~ Museum ~ Gift Shop ~ Tea Room 5

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• Farm shop • Gifts & Homewares

The STOREHOUSE

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10 B ON % O O LI OF K N F IN E G S

Cruise Loch Ness Sight seeing and thrill seeking for the whole family

The Highlands Best Kept Secret.

Daily Cruises Sit back, relax and take it all in.

Tel. 01463 819862 Email. allangrangearms.com

Fast RIB Trips High speed action at its heart-racing best.

Departing from Fort Augustus throughout the day, call or check our website for up-to-date timetables.

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54 Millbank Road, Munlochy IV8 8NL

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Inverness Victorian Market Margadh Bhictòrianach Inbhir Nis

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LOCH NESS

CENTRE & EXHIBITION

VISITOR ATTRACTION

Since 1980

Home of the Thanes of Cawdor for over 600 years

“A portal to the unique natural phenomenon that is Loch Ness” Scottish Natural Heritage

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Large Shopping Complex: Cashmere & Woollens, The Nessie Shop, The Whisky Shop, Kiltmaker, Ancestral Names, Local Crafts, Cobbs Cafe, Restaurant & Bar, Hourly Cruises on Loch Ness DIRECTIONS: From Inverness, follow the Loch Ness Trail along the A82 to Drumnadrochit. From Drumnadrochit, follow A82 signs for Inverness, TURN RIGHT over the bridge and look for this Building.

Tel: 01456 450573 www.lochness.com Satnav: IV63 6TU 10

Open every day Facilities at Cawdor 11th April - 4th October Audio Guide available in 8+ languages 10am - 5.30pm Licensed Courtyard Café . Coffee House . Wool Shop (last admission 5pm) Gift Shop . Highland Shop . Flower Garden T: 01667 404401 Wild Garden . Walled Garden . Nature Trails E: info@cawdorcastle.com 9 Hole Golf Course . Putting Green . Picnic Area W: www.cawdorcastle.com Free Coach and Car Parks

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Dunnottar Castle

Cairngorms, Aberdeen & Tayside a fascinating industrial heritage. The coast features historic fishing ports such as Buckie and Stonehaven, spectacular cliffs and long golden beaches stretching from the Moray Firth to Angus.

Strathspey Steam Railway

The bustling North Sea port of Aberdeen, Scotland’s third largest city, has plenty of accommodation, shopping and night-life, and is a gateway to Royal Deeside. Dundee is varied and vibrant, with a good choice of shopping and also cultural options - with a notable art centre as well as museums - including the new V&A Dundee museum, and

Some of Scotland’s finest malt whisky distilleries are along the River Spey. The region is famous for its castles, with Glamis, Blair, Crathes and Dunnottar being particularly impressive. Visitors can enjoy Queen Victoria’s “dear paradise in the Highlands” at Balmoral Castle. The region has some great car-touring routes: from Deeside via The Lecht and into Strathspey; Dunnottar Castle Cluny House Gardens from the Lowlands into Highland Perthshire via Crieff, the Sma’ mountain route to Aberdeenshire Glen and Aberfeldy; or the via Glenshee - the highest main road in Scotland.

Glenlivet Distillery

Amongst the towns, Aviemore and Grantown-on-Spey give easy access to the Cairngorms National Park. Elgin is gateway to the ‘whisky country’ of the Lower Spey; Kirriemuir is ideal for exploring the Angus Glens. The prosperous town of Perth has fine Georgian architecture, while from holiday towns like Dunkeld or Pitlochry, visitors can discover ‘Big Tree Country’ with Perthshire’s record-breaking trees.

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Johnstons of Elgin

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Braemar Braemar Castle

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HIGHLAND

HIGHLAND FOLK MUSEUM

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An Amazing Day! • Fun & Discovery For Everyone! Highland Safaris & Red Deer Centre Discover wildlife, meet our Red Deer, search for Gold & Gems, Bike and Walk in this stunning location and don’t miss our award winning Cafe & Gift Shop. Loch Tay Safaris The Ultimate Way To Explore Loch Tay and guaranteed to raise a smile! A unique experience to discover an awe-inspiring place. Explore the water discover the story.

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Welcome to

Scotland

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THE HOME OF COUNTRY CLOTHING SCOTLAND’S MOST PRESTIGIOUS INDEPENDENT STORE

The House of Bruar is one of the leading designers of country clothing in Great Britain, creating a premium range of contemporary country classics in quality materials, with our Call of the Wild collection bringing you strikingly modern designs that set new standards of style.

Innovative ideas for home and garden reside in the Country Living Department, and gifts galore can be found in our Present Shop, the highlights of which feature in our annual Handmade Gift Catalogue. We can even help you set up an exclusive wedding list for your special day.

Our Cashmere and Knitwear Hall - the largest in the UK - is a treasure trove of stunning natural fibre garments in a spectacular range of colours. Alongside our own original creations you’ll also find a host of leading brands throughout our Ladieswear Department, including Adini, Gardeur, Masai and Barbour - of which we have the largest selection in Britain - while our Shoe and Handbag Department showcases Dubarry, Brics, Gianni Conti and Gabor.

New to the store this year is The Jewel in the Crown, our dazzling jewellery shop filled with a resplendent collection of artful creations in gold, silver and a host of other materials. The best of Scotland’s natural larder is always on the menu in our Food Hall, Delicatessen and Restaurant, while our award-winning Butchery features quality cuts from local providers. Our new Bakery provides tempting treats with everything from freshly made sugar ring donuts to Mackie’s Scottish ice cream, while the unique Fish & Chip Shop also specialises in fresh lobster - the ultimate luxury comfort food!

Men are equally well catered for in our 20,000 square foot Menswear Hall, with brands including Barbour, Gant, Levi’s and RM Williams, all of which are perfectly complemented by our own exclusive British tweeds, shirts, shoes and more to create the complete country wardrobe.

No trip to Scotland is complete without a visit to The House of Bruar, located just off the A9 ten miles north of Pitlochry.

The Fishing Tackle Shop offers a haven for the keen angler, while just next door you can browse contemporary rural art from some of Britain’s leading artists in our Gallery.

Shown here is a taste of our new Autumn/Winter 2019-20 range. To order a copy of the latest mail order catalogue please call us or visit our website.

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West Highlands & Islands include Talisker Distillery and Dunvegan Castle.

On the mainland, Plockton is very photogenic - as is Eilean Donan Castle, also on this part of the coast. There is an excellent touring route here, down through Kintail to the Great Glen and Fort William. Here, next to Ben Nevis Sweeney’s Cruises, Loch Lomond (Britain’s highest mountain) is Nevis Range This picturesque area has fjord- Nevis Range, the popular skiing Other islands include: Iona with like sea-lochs and a diversity of and mountain biking centre. its Abbey and High Crosses; Islay, islands, linked by an excellent The busy little ferry port of Oban with its many whisky distilleries; ferry network. The Outer is a good base for exploring the also Colonsay and Gigha. Mull Hebrides are easily reached from ‘Glorious Gardens of Argyll’. has spectacular cliff scenery. Ullapool, Uig on Skye and Oban. Inveraray is another picturesque Eastwards are Loch Lomond Lewis and Harris have some of little town, with Inveraray Jail and the Trossachs, now in a Scotland’s finest beaches and one of the main attractions. national park. Gateways here one of the UK’s most important Cowal’s wooded peninsula include attractive villages such prehistoric sites, the Calanais reaches down to the island as Aberfoyle and Callander. Standing Stones. The southern portion of this chain, notably of Bute, where Rothesay is a A steamer excursion on Loch Barra, Eriskay and the Uists, is traditional resort. Mount Stuart Katrine is the essential Trossachs is also a popular attraction here. experience. spectacular and rich in wildlife. Skye is famous for its Cuillin Hills and the extraordinary landscape of the Quirang. Aside from the scenery, other attractions

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In the west, Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow, is a great shopping centre. The city’s pubs, restaurants and clubs add to its vibrant nightlife. South of Glasgow, the Robert Burns Museum in Alloway, Ayr, gives an insight into the poet’s life.

visit, including Abbotsford, the home of Sir Walter Scott. Westwards, Galloway towns are always attractive - notably colourful Kirkcudbright, once noted for its artists’ colony, and Castle Douglas. Galloway’s main town is Dumfries, with its Robert Burns connections. The Galloway Forest Park is the largest forest park in the UK, easy to reach from places such as Newton Stewart and New Galloway.

Near Falkirk is the Helix Park, home to The Kelpies, spectacular 30m sculptures of horses heads. The Scottish Borders are famous for their historic abbeys, with mill shops to be discovered in the ‘textile towns’ of Galashiels, Selkirk and Hawick. The region also has many stately homes to COWDEN JAPANESE GARDEN OPEN APR-NOV 10.30AM-4.45PM JAPANESE GARDEN, TEA ROOM, WOODLAND WALKS.

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