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  • Regions

    Scottish Borders

    The Scottish Borders region boasts an absolute abundance of attractions and activities. From hours spent walking amidst the natural beauty of the area, to exploring history at various museums and historical attractions, Borders will keep you well occupied and send you home with abundant memories.

  • Regions

    Dumfries and Galloway

    Dumfries and Galloway is a region rich in natural beauty, historical attractions and fascinating activities. A varied landscape of hills, moorland, coastline, forest and rivers is just waiting to be explored, as is the Mull of Galloway, the most southerly point of Scotland.

  • Golf Courses

    Leven Links

    Leven Links can be described as very generous. This is not in terms of size – it is only a modest 6427 yards. It is a course that has been involved in a lot of sharing – hence generous with its possessions. Leven Links is a typical par 71 links course of Scotland located off The Promenade in Leven, Fife just ten miles south of St. Andrews.

  • Golf Courses

    Minto

    Minto Golf Club near Hawick, Roxburghshire in South East Scotland has a lovely parkland course that can be quite a challenge. Southern Scotland and the Borders are not well known for golf - though they are home to everything else that is typically Scottish. Nevertheless the region has several beautiful parkland courses and is ideal for a golfing holiday. Most clubs welcome visitors and the ...

  • Golf Courses

    Peebles

    Peebles Golf Club is considered to be one of the jewels of the Scottish Borders and one of the best courses in Southeast Scotland. The Peebles golf course was designed by the legendary James Braid in 1892 and is a hilly parkland course overlooking the River Tweed and was considerably modified by HS Colt in 1934. The course lies in the shade of the rolling Border hills and the Tweed valley ...

  • Golf Courses

    Aberfeldy

    Aberfeldy Golf Club began as a nine-hole public golf course in 1895. It was built on the plains along the south side on the River Tay. It remained a nine-hole course for a hundred years till it was extended in a unique way. Aberfeldy Golf Club was made into an eighteen-hole parkland golf course that stretched on both sides of the River Tay. In 1995 the club built a private, reinforced glass ...

  • Golf Courses

    Callander

    Scotland is usually associated with seaside links courses but there are lovely inland golf clubs like the Callander Golf Club that allow you to play a challenging round of golf in one of the most scenic parts of the country. Located in the picture postcard surroundings of the Trossachs uplands in Central Scotland, the Callander golf course is a short tight course of 5125 yards. It is within ...

  • Glasgow and Clyde Valley

    Leadhills

    Leadhills is ranked second to Wanlockhead village as one of the highest villages in Scotland. Leadhills village is approximately 1295 feet or 395 metres high and is located in the Lowther Hills. The town of Leadhills was first founded and developed because of the large quantity of lead situated in this particular area, which was later extensively mined.

  • Fife

    Leven

    If you’re looking for a charming seaside town to spend some time in the next time you visit Fife, Scotland, Leven is the place to go. Situated on the coast of the Firth of Forth, the town of Leven is an unassuming but cozy little village – the perfect place to go for a lazy holiday by the sea. It gets its name from the nearby River Leven as the town is situated right at the mouth of this ...

  • Edinburgh and Lothians

    Whitburn

    Whitburn is a quaint town located in West Lothian. Home to some 12,000 people, it has retained its historical feel and is an intriguing destination to visit. Standing proudly along the Almond River, Whitburn of Scotland offers numerous sights and activities to visitors who are spending some time in the town.