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What makes the Royal Mile so attractive for sightseeing is its vitality and bustle, the colorful stores, kilt makers, and many inviting cafes and pubs. It is quite different than a walk through the classical New Town that has won Edinburgh the title of "the Athens of the north."
Scotland - Bagpipe festiva
Scotland - Bagpipe festiva
Scotland - Bagpipe festiva
But what would Edinburgh be today without its Festival started in 1947? More than two million visitors come to the city between mid August and early September for the biggest cultural event in the world with its definite high point being the Military Tattoo with its Last Post played on the Scottish bagpipes. An other specialty is "The Fringe", an alternative festival with both organized and spontaneous performances in the street, in parks, and small theaters in cellars by creative people from throughout the world.
The festival has also changed the culinary scene because for some time now one can eat better in the university and port city of Edinburgh than virtually anywhere else in this island kingdom. It is certainly so that the pubs are still as sociable as they have always been with a guarantee of the Scottish sense of tradition.
Castle - Scotland
For centuries the inhabitants of Scotland have been building fortifications and strongholds of one kind or another. It wasn't long before magnificent castles sprung up, their glorious towers reaching for the heavens. It seems that anyone who could afford this sort of protection for their families and forces made sure that they had it. It has been estimated that there were once about 3 000 castles Scotland.  Of course, these buildings differed in size, condition and purpose, yet they all served a very real purpose. Many of these have disappeared over time and others have become crumbling ruins, but whatever their condition they stand as a silent witness to times gone by.
Castle - Scotland
Scotland Hotels
Archiestown Hotel and Bistro
Speyside. South-East of Inverness in the heart of the Highlands, surrounded by malt whisky distilleries on the Malt Whisky Trail. Superb bistro restaurant. 

The Boat Hotel and Restaurant
Boat of Garten. Also South-East of Inverness in the heart of the Highlands, near Loch Garten Osprey nature reserve, and Aviemore. Excellent golf, and a superb restaurant. 

The Caddon View Hotel
A warmly welcoming and comfortable small hotel with an emphasis on good food. In Innerleithen, near Peebles, 32 miles south of Edinburgh. 

Cavens Country House Hotel
Country house dating from 1752, secluded in 6 acres of gardens south of Dumfries in South West Scotland. Bed and breakfast, optional dinner, also house parties and shooting parties. Good food. 

The Cross Keys Hotel
In one of the prettiest squares in Scotland, this-family run Georgian Coaching Inn in Kelso, south of Edinburgh, has excellent accommodation and also conference facilities. 

Castle - Scotland
Culzean Castle - Scotland
The Eisenhower Apartment - Top floor accommodation of this storybook cliff-edge castle given to President Eisenhower on behalf of the people of Scotland. An exclusive hotel of 6 bedrooms for discerning travellers. 

Dunalastair Hotel
The Dunalstair Hotel at Loch Rannoch is a genuine Highland hotel with Scottish Highlands hospitality; warm, friendly and informal, with comfortable accommodation and excellent food. Trout fishing. 

The Horse and Hound Country Inn
In the small village of Bonchester Bridge near Hawick and Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders south of Edinburgh. A cosy 300 year old 10 bedroom Inn with good traditional pub food and atmosphere. 

The Inn at Lathones
near St Andrews, Fife
Traditional small hotel of 14 bedrooms originally a Coaching Inn dating from the 16th century. Only 5 miles from St Andrews. Real ales, fine restaurant with award winning chef. 

Kinloch Lodge
Isle of Skye
Romantically situated on the edge of the sea, a perfect small hotel owned and run by world renowned cookery writer Claire Macdonald and Lord Macdonald of Macdonald. Voted one of the top 100 hotels in the world. 

Knockomie Hotel
A mile from Forres, four miles from the Moray Coast and the village of Findhorn, near Inverness. An Arts and Crafts style hotel with traditional Highland Scottish hospitallity and contemporary flair. Excellent 2 AA rosette restaurant, bistro. Ideal for touring castles, golf, whisky, meetings or pampered relaxation. 

Lerags House 
Just South of Oban, a small Georgian hotel set among trees with garden and grounds going down to the water's edge of Loch Feochan a few mile south of Oban on the West coast of Scotland. Good food. 

Muckrach Lodge Hotel and Restaurant
Former Highland sporting lodge near Grantown on Spey, now a relaxed and informal hotel with excellent service, and a renowned restaurant specialising in fish, game and fresh natural produce from "the finest natural larder in Europe." 

Old Pines, Small Hotel and Restaurant
Near Spean Bridge, Ben Nevis and Fort William, West coast Highlands.
Fine Scottish cuisine, A small relaxed family-run hotel in a beautiful Highland setting sheltered by pines and surrounded by moorland. 

The Peat Inn, Restaurant with Rooms
near St Andrews, Fife.
One of the finest restaurants in Scotland. The atmosphere is refined but friendly and relaxed. All is dedicated to the unhurried and unpretentious enjoyment of good food and wine. 5 star luxury accommodation. 

The Royal at Tighnabruaich
On the seashore at Tighnabruaich, overlooking the Kyles of Bute, 1.5 hours west of Glasgow. 11 bedroom boutique hotel with a growing reputation for good food. Seafood locally caught. Bed and breakfast, optional highly recommended dinner; Restaurant or Brasserie. 

The Sandford Country House Hotel
Arts and Crafts Hotel secluded in 7 acres of lush gardens on top of a wooded hill with views over rural Fife to the River Dee, about 5 miles from Dundee and 10 from St Andrews. Excellent food. 

Trigony House Hotel
Edwardian Country House Hotel 12 miles north of Dumfries, South West Scotland. Family run hotel with a growing reputation for good food. Emphasis on game, fish and organically grown ingredients. Country sports arranged. 

Castle - Scotland
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