Wander along Victoria St & West Bow
Charming little street with terrace views of Edinburgh. Explore colourful independent shops, with their trendy wares, local art, artisan cheese, cakes and coffee. This street was the inspiration for Harry Potter's Diagon Alley and has two shops dedicated to the young wizard's world.
Visit the Scottish National Portrait Gallery
There is no excuse not to pop inside this Gothic beauty. Find yourself amidst portraits of famous Scots and many other captivating pieces of art.
Visit Cardoness Castle
A well-preserved ruin of a Scottish tower-house castle, built in the 15th century for the McCullochs. Admire the architectural detail and the superb views of the beautiful Fleet Bay.
Tee off with views of Loch Lomond
Home of golf and dramatic scenary, Scotland has much to offer. Visit Buchanan Castle Golf Club or Strathendrick Golf Club, only 30 mins drive from our holiday homes near Stuckgowan.
Have a dram at Dewar's Distillery
Tour the distillery and have exclusive access to the Secret Bar, (not open to the public).
Visit the Scottish National Gallery
The Scottish National Gallery sits in the heart of Edinburgh and is home to one of the best collections of fine art in the world. Admire masterpieces by Botticelli, Raphael, Rembrandt, Turner, Monet, Van Gogh and Gauguin, amongst many others.
Try Scottish food at The Scran and Scallie
This rustic-chic gastropub offers a modern Scottish menu, a good selection of draught and bottled beers, and whiskies. The Scran and Scallie was brought to life by Michelin-starred chefs Tom Kitchin and Dominic Jack.
Wander inside the unique Palace of Holyroodhouse
The official Scottish home of Her Majesty The Queen. Visit the Historic Apartments of Mary Queen of Scots, explore the ruins of Holyrood Abbey and the Palace's gardens.
Wander through cobbled streets of Dean Village
Take a stroll along the to the bucolic Dean Village, with its beautiful 19th century yellow houses (once mills or stables), gardens, cobbled streets and tranquil stream cutting through the village.