As we walked out

A series of short walks in Scotland

July 8, 2019 Jack 2

A short route recommended by the folk at our hotel, the 15th century Knipoch, took us along a grassy path lined by bushy confers and moss-covered drystane dykes to an open hillock surrounded by crispy bracken and a tartan coloured vista which took in slender Loch Feochan, Mull, Islay, and a rolling landscape which had me wishing I was wearing my kilt. […]

Bute

Relax and refresh by escaping to Scotland

March 18, 2019 Jack 0

It’s a comfort blanket; a sense of feeling relaxed, being amongst kin and of escaping to a world scripted by Bill Forsyth with hints of Irvine Welsh thrown in to add that essential realistic grit. […]

Europe

A tasty tour of Scotland’s finest food

October 17, 2018 Jack 0

Scotland is a country blessed with a natural larder overflowing with the sort of produce which should have gourmets slevering at the mouth. On a mini tour of Scotland we enjoyed as good and varied food as we’ve eaten in many a European country […]