First Guerlain Spa in UK to Open at The Caledonian Hotel Edinburgh

Sep 12, 2012  |   Contributor: Tara Imperatore  |  1 Comment

Guerlain, a long-time leader in fragrance, skin care and makeup, has set up luxury spas in some of the biggest cities around the world, including Paris, Tokyo and New York City; soon, the first Guerlain Spa in the UK will debut inside the historic The Caledonian, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Edinburgh.... Read More

Exploring Urban and Rural Hotels and Attractions in Northwest Scotland

Aug 23, 2012  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Want to enjoy both a rural and an urban experience while on the northwest coast of Scotland? Then a few days at the luxury Inverness City Suites, followed by a few at Ramnee Hotel up the coast may be just the ticket. Owned by the Dinnes family, the first accommodation is located in the heart of Inverness, an expanding cultural city just ten minutes from the intriguing Loch Ness; the second is just beyond the village of Forres, further west along the Moray coast.... Read More

Two Luxury Hotels on Scotland's Isle of Skye | Toravaig & Duisdale

Aug 6, 2012  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

With a wealth of experience gained from many years working in the hospitality industry, husband-and-wife team, Anne Gracie and Captain Ken Gunn, have opened not one but two luxury hotels—Toravaig House Hotel and Duisdale House Hotel—on the evocative Isle of Skye on the west coast of Scotland.... Read More

Historic Waterfront Hotel in Scotland | The Creggans Inn

Jul 31, 2012  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

To visit Western Scotland and not drink whisky is almost considered a sin—an arch insult to a long-held Celtic tradition. To drink it for breakfast is your saving grace. Such is one of the abiding memories of The Creggans Inn Hotel in Strachur, Argyll, near the Scottish Highlands where the traditional morning porridge comes with 'a wee dram' of Black Bottle, a peaty-tasting whisky.... Read More

Scotland's Cameron House | Grace and Elegance Beside Loch Lomond

Jul 23, 2012  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Loch Lomond is one of the most popular Scottish tourism destinations and the De Vere Cameron House provides stately accommodations and a convenient base from which to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding area. The property is located 20 minutes from Glasgow International Airport and 40 minutes from Glasgow city center.... Read More

Castles Around The World

Mar 5, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Take a trip around the globe to see some of the world's most beautiful, real life castles. From Slovakia to Thailand, these stunning palaces have stood the test of time and are still fit for a king.... Read More

The Best of Scottish Luxury at The Balmoral, Edinburgh

Mar 5, 2012  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

When traveling to Scotland in style bon vivants make a beeline for the stately Balmoral Hotel, which has presided over Edinburgh with its noble clock tower since 1902.... Read More

9 Top Tours for Cheese-Loving Travelers

Nov 2, 2011  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

A restored farm built in 1910, Harley Farms is a down-to-earth, welcoming nine-acre space with more than 200 goats. They produce award-winning chevre, fromage blanc, ricotta, and feta and offer year-round, hands-on tours to curious cheese eaters.... Read More

9 Top Tours for Cheese-Loving Travelers

Nov 2, 2011  |   Contributor: The Daily Meal

Cheese lovers are not quiet or shy about their passions. From salty blue cheeses and runny Camemberts, to a sharp Cheddar or smooth goat cheese, flavors rarely border on bland or boring. And cheese aficionados are rarely anything less than opinionated. But no matter your preference (stinky vs. subtle, runny vs. hard), to witness the process of making cheese is to delve deeper into a lengthy process of curdling, stretching, washing, and ripening. And there are places the world over where this process can be discovered firsthand by curious cheese-loving travelers.... Read More

Scotland Travel: At Home at Inverlochy Castle

Jul 21, 2011  |   Contributor: Renata Parolari Fernandes

Inverlochy Castle Hotel was once the symbolic replacement to the ruined 13th century Inverlochy Castle, standing a short distance away. It was built in 1863 as a baronial mansion by Lord Abinger, as a family home. Since then, the castle was owned by very different people with different ideas, backgrounds and nationalities, maybe that's one of the reasons why it feels so incredibly welcoming to all.... Read More

Scottish Seniors Set for Fairmont St Andrews

May 11, 2011  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

The Cleveland Golf / Srixon Scottish Senior Open will return to Fairmont St Andrews for a third consecutive year from August 19-21, when former Ryder Cup player Barry Lane will defend his title. Lane captured his maiden European Senior Tour... Read More

The Dalmore Rivers Collection Raises Funds for Iconic “Big Four”

Jan 21, 2011  |   Contributor: Ray Pearson

Food & Spirits: Casting a fly on one of Scotland’s “Big Four” salmon rivers is the holy grail of fishing. It's the equivalent of playing 18 holes on the Auld Course at St. Andrews, or sipping a single malt straight from the cask at a Scottish distillery.... Read More

Stills in Style: Scotland’s Not Just Bagpipes

Dec 3, 2010  |   Contributor: Ray Pearson

Luxury Vacations: Reveling in food served at its source is one of the sublime joys of life - trout cooked over a campfire next to a favorite river, a lobster boiled on a fishing pier in Maine, or a tomato sandwich made minutes after picking a perfect beefsteak from the garden. Joys of life! The same is true about enjoying single malt Scotch whisky at its birthplace, a Scottish distillery.... Read More

Visiting Scotland: Touring Bowmore and Auchentoshan Distilleries in Glasgow & Islay

Jun 4, 2010  |   Contributor: Courtney Driver  |  1 Comment

Luxury Vacations: Scotland. Does it make you think of the stereotypical rolling green hills, bagpipes and plaid? There are indeed all three, but there is quite a bit more than that: great food, fun nightlife, shopping, golf, history, an uncommonly... Read More

A Tour Around Scotland & Through Her Distilleries

Jun 4, 2010  |   Contributor: Ray Pearson

Fine Scotch: Let's take a look at traveling around Scotland, visiting some of the key distilleries in each of the various whisky regions of the country. Regional variations have always been a basic way of describing the primary aroma and flavor attributes of specific whiskies. For instance, a novice to the enjoyment of single malt whiskies might wish to explore the lighter, more fragrant and floral whiskies distilled in The Lowlands or Speyside, rather than begin with the powerful, peaty and smoky whiskies of Islay.... Read More

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