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A Stylish City Break at Sheraton Grand Edinburgh star
If we walked through the Sheraton Grand Edinburgh's gleaming lobby with anything but a purposeful stride, a smartly dressed staff member stepped up to ask if we need directions, a taxi, an umbrella. The staff even advised us on restaurants in a rival city.

Glenapp Castle star[offsite link]
This spectacular castle built in 1870, with its Victorian greenhouses and views across the Irish Sea to the island of Arran, is located just south of Glasgow.

Hebridean Princess - Luxury in the Scottish Isles star
With the Royal Yacht Britannia now retired, when Queen Elizabeth II wishes to sail around the north coast of her realm or throw a birthday party for the whole royal family, she chooses the five-star Hebridean Princess. After a week on board, we could easily understand why.

Inverlochy Castle star[offsite link]
Built in 1863 near the site of the original XIIIth century fortress, nestled in the foothills of Ben Nevis, was once enjoyed by Queen Victoria herself. Located west of Inverness.

Isle of Eriska - Private Island Resort in Scotland star
Our first view of the red sandstone pile that fairly screams late-Victorian Scottish baronial estate, was one of those “oh, wow!” travel moments. And it just kept getting better and better.

Luxury Living at Blythswood Square in Glasgow star
If I were handing out prizes for the best hotel concierge I’ve met, David at Blythswood Square Hotel would be in the top contenders. He was everywhere, thinking of everything before we did. But that was typical of this charming hotel in the heart of Glasgow.

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