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Scotland Travel Guide

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Discovering Scotland's Handmade Clothes

T+L carved a route through the Borders region to the Highlands and discovers why—when it comes to tartans, cashmere, and tweed—some things will always be...

Driving Scotland's Highlands

The dramatic mountain passes, craggy shorelines, and seaside villages of the highlands and the Isle of Skye make for one of Europe’s best rides. (Nessie...

Distill Your Own Single Malt in Scotland

Choosing to ignore the negative images of hillbilly moonshiners, small-batch liquor distilleries have been cropping up faster than ticks on a coonhound. The locavore movement...

East Lothian Golf

For those who love authentic links golf, East Lothian, Scotland, is the mother lode

Seaplaning in Scotland

Faster and cheaper than helicopters, seaplanes are now being used to access the great (and often remote) courses of Scotland

How to Golf Scotland like a Local

How to play historic, world-class golf (including a round on the Old Course at St. Andrews) like a thrifty local

2007 U.S. Open Courses

This year's British and U.S. Open Championships will be held at courses that share a significant and surprising history

Guess Where? Traffic Cones

With the deadline to submit images to our Strangest Sights photo contest coming up soon, I thought I'd make this week's Guess Where a bit...

Guess Where? Low Tide

It's been hard to stump our guessers recently, so all we're going to tell you about this photo is that it was taken in the...

Walking on Ayrshire

On the craggy coast of southwest Scotland, golfers can find Open venues, historic shrines and, in Machrihanish, an emerging destination.
HOTELS

Cameron House on Loch Lomond

Set on the banks of Loch Lomond—23 miles of glassy, deep loch between the Scotland Central Lowlands and the Highland peaks—this 18th-century baronial mansion stands out for its Gothic... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Witchery by the Castle

The restaurant serves traditional baked Scottish crotin and rabbit wrapped in Parma ham—all cooked to perfection. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Springbank Whisky School

Weeklong program at a still-operating 1828 distillery in Campbelltown, a historic whisky town (it was home to more than 30 distilleries in its 19th-century heyday) on the Mull of Kintyre. Unlike most... more ›


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