Nairn - Golf View Hotel & Spa Cawdor Castle has a magical name which is romantically linked with Macbeth by Shakespeare. It has superb gardens with the walled garden dating back to 1620, and was the original kitchen garden for the castle. Part of the garden is now a holly maze. Fort George is quite simply the finest example of 18th-century military engineering you’ll find anywhere in the British Isles. This vast garrison fortress was begun in the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden (1746) and It took over 20 years to complete. It remains virtually unaltered today and perfect for a great day out.
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Elgin - Eight Acres Hotel & Leisure Club Elgin Cathedral was established in 1224 by Alexander II. Much of the work is in a late 13th century style and is the most notable example of this rich heritage. It's said that this superb ruin was Scotland's most beautiful cathedral. Learn more about Elgin Cathhdral and it's past. Elgin Museum, founded in 1836 the Museum houses many important collections of Archaeology, Science, Art, Natural History, Geology, Ethnography and Social History.
It is best known for pictish stones, showcasing the Picts and their facisnating symbols carved in stone.
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Pitlochry - Scotland's Hotel & Spa Blair Castle - To the north of Pitlochry near the village of Blair Atholl you will find the majestic Blair Castle, ancient seat of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl.Thirty fully furnished rooms are open to public viewing and each contain fine collections. There is great variety, with ancestral and landscape paintings, arms and armour, china, lace, embroidery and tapestry collections. Diana's Grove, Hercules Garden and the ruins of historic St Bride's Kirk are features of the magnificent grounds.
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Glencoe Village - The Glencoe Inn Glencoe Visitor Centre - This family friendly attractions gives you a fun and interactive way to find out the wider history of Glencoe. The "Living on the Edge" exhibition within the visitor centre explores all aspects of Glencoe, from the landscape to the wildlife, all of which made Glencoe so unique over the years.
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Isle of Mull - Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa. Torosay Castle designed by David Bryce in 1858 in the Scottish Baronial style. Today Torosay Castle visitors are able to leisurely stroll round the grandeur of the principle rooms, all of which contain wonderful collections of family portraits and antiques. Enjoy12 acres of spectacular gardens whilst the children and have fun in the adventure playground.
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Oban - Oban Bay Hotel & Spa McCaigs Tower is Oban’s most famous landmark, this coliseum-like structure is located on the hill above the town and provides a superb vantage point for panoramic views of Oban and the best location to see a truly stunning sunset over Oban Bay.
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Inveraray - Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa. Inveraray Castle - This magnificent castle and ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll is a must for any visitor to Inveraray. Incorporating Baroque, Palladian and Gothic architectural and features four round, castellated towers at each corner, this truly is one of Scotland most stunning castles. The castle is set in 16 acres of ground, two of which are formal gardens with a superb display of Rhododendrons and Azaleas.
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Otley, W Yorkshire - Chevin Country Park Hotel & Spa. Harewood House - Home to the Queen's cousin, the Earl of Harewood, provides a great day out for all the family. On a visit to Harewood you can also marvel at the Adam ceilings, Chippendale furniture and Old Master paintings by JMW Turner, Reynolds, Titian and El Greco in the house, explore the gardens and bird garden while youngsters can enjoy the challenge and excitement of the adventure playground, and for the less adventurous visit the medieval alabaster table tombs in Harewood Church.
Make the most of a short break in Otley, W Yorkshire.