Luxury Holidays in Central & Southern Scotland
Outstanding natural beauty and a romantic feel about the air make the central and southern regions of Scotland an attractive place for many people to base their holiday. The rich history of the country is shown so well in the southern border with England and the large homes that dot the countryside make this an exquisite place to live and to visit.
Famed for its textile industry, you can pick up some of the finest garments available throughout the country in this wonderful region near the Scottish border.
Scotland's famous capital, Edinburgh mixes old cobbled streets with modern metropolitan city centre making for an unforgettable time. You can walk the streets admiring the striking architecture and enjoy some local delicacies and fine food, while taking it easy for a great night out. Edinburgh is an incredible setting for a hen party or stag do, and even more so it is an extra special city for a spectacular wedding.
The county of Ayrshire sits ideally on the coast of Scotland and offers some of the finest dining experiences in the country that will allow you the chance to experience the best Scottish cooked food in one of the most idyllic settings.
Dumfries and Galloway have a lot to offer those looking for a quiet break. Historically not as popular as other regions in the area such as the Highlands, the area does have a large amount to attract visitors that people often tend to overlook. Some of the best beaches in the north of the UK sit on the Scottish coastline. The sweeping countryside is checkered with ruined castles and abbeys, traditional fishing villages and impressive tidal plains. There are opportunities to enjoy cycling, hiking and the wonderful natural environment in this area you’re sure not to have a dull moment.
Galloway Forest Park is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Scotland, attracting around 800,000 visitors a year this wonderful natural forest covers 300 square miles offering protection to a wide range of native wildlife. The forest has so much to offer people in the way of cycling and walking routes as well as fishing and other outdoor activities.
Take a trip around some of the castles and stately homes of the area to enjoy the rich and wonderful history that exists here. However, if you’d rather just sit back and relax, you can do so enjoying the beautiful scenery and peaceful nature of this wonderful part of the world.