The West Highland Line is one of the world's most beautiful railways. It passes through Scotland's finest scenery and stops at the UK's most remote railway station, Corrour.
Visitors to CairnGorm Mountain can enjoy a Starbucks Caramel Frappuccino or a Chai Tea Latte whilst taking in the phenomenal views down to Loch Morlich from over 2,000ft.
Welcome to OldByreSkye. OldByreSkye is a photographic gallery and caf, and holiday apartment, situated on the A863 in Ose, 7 miles from Dunvegan.
The Ivy Bar & Kitchen is centrally situated within Inverness city centre. It is a vibrant venue where you can catch up with friends, unwind after work or enjoy excellent food and drink.
This unique house was built in 1821 for Sir George Stuart Mackenzie, the 7th Baronet of Coul.
Overlooking Stornoway Harbour, the impressive Gothic-revival style Lews Castle was built in the mid-1900s by Sir James Matheson.
Imagine a restaurant serving freshly prepared seasonal seafood, game and breads within a friendly Highland hotel, nestling in tranquil woodland gardens, overlooking a stunning island-studded bay.
Visit Mr Fish for fresh and crispy fish and chips, suppers, pies, kebabs, pizzas, burgers and lots more.
Wendy and Phil McCallum would like to welcome you to Jacko's Bar in Nairn, which has been fully refurbished.
Welcome to the Old School, Kinlochbervie, Sutherland. The licensed restaurant is open to the public as well as residents.
Hector's Bothy is a caf bar and hot food takeaway in the beautiful Kyle of Lochalsh.
Glenuig Inn is Scotland's exemplar green inn and a great base for doing things on the west coast of Scotland.
The warmest of welcomes awaits you at The Arch Inn, Ullapool.
Situated on the spectacular North East coast of Skye, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Ellishadder Art Caf offers a delicious freshly prepared menu, distinctive high quality art and craft work and a luxurious range of hand woven interior accessories and gifts.
The Royal Hotel proudly proclaims that it sets the standards that others aspire to. This is no idle boast, as it is one of the best hotels in the north of Scotland, with a reputation that is second to none.
The award-winning Plockton Hotel offers excellent accommodation, stunning views and delicious dining in one of the most scenic areas of the Scottish Highlands.
The Golspie Inn has been in existence for over 200 years and has recently reverted back to its original name having long been known as the Sutherland Arms Hotel.
The Trawler is situated in the beautiful coastal village of Golspie in Sutherland, home to the world famous Dunrobin Castle.
Greens Market Restaurant was established in 2012 by local chef Laura Dundas.
On the sea shore, in the heart of the Highlands, in a village with its own sheltered bay... Badachro Inn is the place to relax and recharge.
Captain's Galley, located in Scrabster, is the most northerly seafood restaurant in the UK.
Cafe 1 offers you a unique, fine dining experience here in the Highlands of Scotland in Inverness.
A friendly informal local hotel situated in the village of Corgarff, overlooking the historic Corgarff Castle, within the boundaries of the Cairngorms National Park.
Built in the 1870s as Duirinish School, and latterly serving Dunvegan as a well stocked near-supermarket, The Old School first opened its doors to diners in 1985.
Since opening its doors in June 2007, Andersons Restaurant has firmly established itself as one of the best restaurants in Scotland.
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