With an abundance of craggy rocks, open fields, woodland paths and an activity-filled coastline, Northumberland ranks as one of the most diverse and interesting tourist destinations in the UK. For anybody visiting North-East England on an organized bus trip, here are a few suggestions for things to do during your free time.
The North East of Britain has a wealth of astounding medieval castles which should not be passed up. Some highlights are Bamburgh castle which stands on the cliff top offering stunning views out to the North Sea and surrounding areas. Catch the sunset and you are in for a treat. Edinburgh Castle is another must-visit in the Scottish capital whilst Chillingham Castle near Alnwick is reputedly the most haunted site in the UK – so if you like a tingle up your spine, Chillingham is the place to go. There is also Hadrian´s Wall which dates back to AD122 and is open to visitors between Solway Firth and Bowness-on-Solway. Continue reading “Things To Do In Northumberland On A Bus Trip”
Scotland is a land of velvety green grass, rolling hills, a heavy mist and legends of the Loch Ness Monster. Visiting this beautiful and historic land is an opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities that originated or were perfected there.
Golfing in Scotland
Scotland is the “Home of Golf”. The Scots first recorded the game in the 15th century and, later, they developed the game into its current state. In other places around the world, golf is considered a game only played by the rich, but it’s enjoyed among all walks of life in Scotland. There are more than 500 courses spread across all ten regions of Scotland, so wherever you are, it’s possible to find a course. They vary with ancient courses, cliff tops courses and island courses. It’s even possible to play on the “Old Course” at St. Andrews, the world’s most famous golf course. Continue reading “Three Activities You Can’t Miss in Scotland”
Edinburgh is a great city. Whether a visitor is seeking the thrills of the city’s thriving summer arts scene or the quieter attractions of the many historical buildings, Scotland’s capital welcomes visitors, as we found on a recent trip.
Visitors seeking luxury really should be looking to stay the Tigerlily. This boutique hotel, one of the city’s gems, is conveniently located in the centre of Edinburgh at George Street. This is only a ten-minute walk from Waverley railway station and a 20-minute cab ride from Edinburgh Airport, meaning that easing into the accommodation was a straightforward, hassle-free process. This location also makes it a handy base from which to explore the city’s attractions. A gig at the Assembly Rooms just round the corner was especially easy to reach. Continue reading “A Luxury Weekend in Edinburgh”
What could be a more unique and magical than staying in genuine castle? How about making the castle your exclusive home for a week or two and invite your friends and family to enjoy the enchanting atmosphere of comfort and luxury of being treated like kings and queens?
Renting a magnificent castle for you next holiday will offer a truly unforgettable experience, providing incomparable hospitality and an elegant setting in which to relish in opulent comfort. Continue reading “Luxury Castle Rentals in Scotland an Exclusive Fairylike Experience”