Scotland Theatres and Venues
Enjoy Skating, Curling & indoor bowls in this centre.
- Scottish Borders
Trimontium was the name of the Three Hills Place - in the lee of the Eildon Hills one mile from the town of Melrose and beside the village of Newstead in the Scottish borders where
- Nature Site
Dun Beag Broch is one of the best preserved of Scotland's prehistoric round houses, dating from around 300 to 900 years bc - the iron-age.
Find inspiration and exhilaration amongst bristly wooded hills and sparkling lochs in the Trossachs
Beautiful glen just outside Abernethy and a lovely walk up to Castle Law
- Loch Melfort
- Nature Site
Carnasserie Castle is a ruin that is free to visit and maintained by Historic Scotland. There is a carpark to access the site clearly marked off the A816.
Jupiter Artland is a garden of discovery - an earthwork here, a copse of cradled rocks there, the entrance to a fathomless burrow right before your feet.
- East Lothian
An award-winning wildlife attraction! Interactive live cameras controlled by our visitors, the chance to see amazing wildlife in their natural habitat.
- Central & Stirling
This bizarre structure, in the shape of a pineapple, was built in 1761 as a garden retreat. The policies are now an oasis for 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