Walking in Scotland
Walking along Scotland’s rivers, through the trees and across the sandy beaches entails for a great walk no matter what the weather. Whether the sun is glaring, the golden autumn leaves are falling or even if Jack Frost has paid a visit, nothing stops the beautiful landscape that Scotland possesses.
If you embrace a challenge, you can climb Ben Nevis, which if you make to the top, is the highest point in Scotland. However, if you would rather a light stroll, don’t worry as there are many walking possibilities available, whether it just be a few miles you like to walk to climbing a mountain, there is something for all!
Don’t miss out on the stunning countryside in Scotland, make the most of your walking trip and explore Scotland at its best and why not stop off at a pub along the way? Pubs provide not only fantastic food and drink but brilliant rooms too.
Sit back and put your feet up in the pub after your day of exploring and walking, unfolding the unique heritage Scotland has. Enjoy a relaxing bath before heading to the pub, which is just down the stairs – sit in the restaurant or bar, soaking in the atmosphere. The food at the pub is often locally sourced, making it as fresh as you can get and wash it all down with a local ale, giving you a true taste of Scotland!
Pubs rival that of not only B&Bs but of hotels too with the pub’s unique rooms, which are full of character and have everything you need, from en-suite bathrooms, comfortable beds, tea and coffee making facilities, WiFi, FreeView and much more. Why not stay under one roof in the pub? Indulge in some delicious food, enjoy a few drinks and not worry about walking or even driving, as your room is just a stone’s throw away.
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