A guide to the ultimate Outlander road trip!

Even before Outlander first hit our screens back in 2014, one thing was crystal clear: Scotland is magical. Okay, the likelihood of travelling back in time through standing stones or meeting an entrantress in the pub is slim, but you just have to look at our country to be enthralled by its landscapes, history, castles and culture. Outlander has simply helped spread the word! During … Continue reading A guide to the ultimate Outlander road trip!

Burns Night: A whirlwind weekend in Dumfries!

Yes, I’m a Scot and yes, you may think I’m entirely biased… but I admit: I love Burns Night. In the sometimes sombre — and usually grey — month of January, there’s no better excuse to get in the party spirit, eat truckloads of haggis, don your glad rags (or kilts, guys!) and celebrate in true Scottish style. So for the final few days of the Big … Continue reading Burns Night: A whirlwind weekend in Dumfries!

5 picture-perfect spots in Dumfries & Galloway

When you’re travelling in Scotland, there’s certain spots that will have been etched on your ‘to-see’ list for months: Glen Coe, the Isle of Skye, Edinburgh Castle, even the North Coast 500 if you’re really taking in the culture. One region, though, that you may have skipped past in the guidebook is Dumfries and Galloway. Scotland’s most southerly area, Dumfries and Galloway might not have … Continue reading 5 picture-perfect spots in Dumfries & Galloway

Review: Le Haggis at Dumfries’ Big Burns Supper

Billed as ‘Scotland’s sexiest cabaret show’, Le Haggis has returned to Dumfries’ Burns Night celebrations for the second year running. And we’re lucky enough to get a ticket! As we settle into the sold-out Spiegeltent, the lights dim, (real) haggis arrives to satisfy our stomachs, and then the show begins.

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