Scotland Museums and Galleries
- Aberfeldy & Loch Tay
- Nature Site
Ben Lawers is the central Highlands' highest mountain, at 1,214m (3,984ft). From the summit you can get fantastic views over to Ben Lomond and Glencoe
- Dundee & Angus
Where will you find cruisie lamps, pirn winders, cloutie rugs, bannock spades and a thrawcrook? At the Angus Folk Museum!
Are you travelling this way; then why not pay us a visit. Weâ€™d love to see you and can promise you a warm Talisker welcome.
Among all the historic houses of Scotland there is none that for sheer manifold fascination overtops Dunvegan Castle
- Glencoe and Leven
Nestling into the landscape at the foot of the glen is the award-winning eco-friendly Visitor Centre.Including exhibition, viewing platform, cafe, shop and ranger information point
The Dick Institute is home to many galleries with permanent and temporary displays of fine art, modern arts, crafts and natural sciences.
- Highland Perthshire
Dalwhinnie is one of the six Scottish distilleries that form the Classsic Malts collection.
Rising through four floors and powered by a six metre water wheel, this is one of the oldest and tallest grain mills surviving in Scotland.
The roofless but otherwise complete ruin of a tower house of about 1500,with a section of defensive barmkin wall and a remarkable corner tower with a square cap-house corbelled out
The Bright Water Visitor Centre offers a unique child-friendly, interactive experience that unfolds the areas dramatic history and celebrates the wealth of local wildlife.
What other people say
"We highly recommend booking through Private House Stays. We organised our whole Scottish trip using it."Hank and Marlene Kopoknok