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Scots ghost trail created

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Scotland’s bloody past has left its mark on the country in the form of a new Ghost Trail created by VisitScotland. From ghostly graveyards to creepy castles there are ...

Top of the cheese world

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Fanaost, an aged gouda made by Norwegian cheesemaker, Ostegården, has been named World Champion Cheese at the 31st edition of the World Cheese Awards in Bergen, Norway. ...

Rough Guide smoothed our travel

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Dracula was certainly not on our minds as we drove down the A1 towards the North Yorkshire coast. However, we checked into bustling Whitby and reached for the glove ...

Angus for food lover’s

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With world-renowned delicacies, restaurants featuring a staggering range of cuisines, and home-grown gin and vodka, Angus is a food (and drink) lover’s heaven. Which ...

Handmade in East Lothian

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Angela and David Cockerton, owners of Garleton Lodge, a luxury small hotel in East Lothian, have launched of their new handmade chocolate business, The Chocolate Stag. ...

Kelvin Hall is five-star

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Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall has been awarded a five-star rating from Scotland’s national tourism organisation. The much-loved venue, which is currently undergoing a ...

Fire festivals to enjoy

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Bonfire Night in November is not the end for bonfire building in Scotland, it’s only the beginning. Scotland continues to burn brightly, warming up the winter nights, with ...

Pier Inn, Whitby

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We recently drove to London and wanted to stop en route. My wife said: “I’ve never been to Whitby.” So, we booked the last room in The Pier which is ...

Giant strides

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The Giant’s Causeway was once named as the fourth greatest natural wonder in Britain. I can see why. It is a mind-boggling arrangement of mostly hexagonal columns. And the ...
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