Embark on a remarkable journey to Scotland, a land of breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and unforgettable experiences.
From the legendary Loch Ness to the majestic Ben Nevis, we have curated a list of must-visit destinations and activities that will make your trip truly memorable.
Join us at Black Sheep Hotels and combine your stay with activities from our selection of the "Top things to do in Scotland" between September to November.
Transport yourself back in time with a visit to Eilean Donan Castle Located on a small island, this majestic fort is surrounded by picturesque scenery. Discover its rich history and immerse yourself in its romantic atmosphere. Eilean Donan Castle's location and architecture make it a truly enchanting destination for history and nature enthusiasts alike.
Tee off amidst incredible Scottish landscapes at Aigas Golf Course or the Isle of Skye Golf Club. Whether you're a seasoned golfer or a casual enthusiast, these scenic courses offer a unique opportunity to enjoy the game while surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. Challenge your skills while soaking in the tranquil atmosphere of the Scottish countryside.
Unleash your adventurous spirit at the Landmark Forest Adventure Park. Nestled in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, this family-friendly attraction has something for everyone with a wide range of thrilling activities, including treetop walks, water slides, a wildlife trail, and a forest maze. Immerse yourself in nature while enjoying the excitement and adrenaline of outdoor adventures.
Seek adventure and stunning vistas at the Nevis Range. Take a gondola ride up Aonach Mor, one of Scotland's highest mountains, and be rewarded with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Explore walking and biking trails, test your skills at the High Wire Adventure Course, or take up a winter skiing or snowboarding adventure. Nevis Range promises unforgettable outdoor experiences all year round.
Indulge in the world-renowned flavors of Scottish whiskey through tasting experiences at various distilleries. From the peaty flavors of Islay to the smooth and fruity Speyside whiskies, each sip will transport you to the heart of Scotland's whisky-making heritage. Immerse yourself in the traditions and craftsmanship that have made Scottish whiskey revered worldwide
No visit to Scotland is complete without a Loch Ness boat cruise. Hop aboard and immerse yourself in the mystery of the legendary Loch Ness as you sail across the dark waters, surrounded by stunning scenery. Capture breathtaking photographs, keep your eyes peeled for any signs of the elusive creature and create lifelong memories on this iconic Scottish adventure.
Immerse yourself in the world of whisky production with a visit to the Ben Nevis Distillery. Located at the foot of the highest mountain in the British Isles, this historic distillery offers guided tours that take you through the whisky-making process. Learn about the craftsmanship involved in creating Scotland's famous spirit and savor the distinctive flavors during a tasting session. Don’t forget to explore other renowned distilleries across Scotland and uncover the unique character of each whisky-producing region.
Step into the charming world of Beatrix Potter at the museum in Dunkeld. Celebrating the beloved author and illustrator's work, the museum showcases a delightful collection of original illustrations, manuscripts, and memorabilia. Immerse yourself in the enchanting tales of Peter Rabbit and his friends, and gain insight into the life and creative genius of Beatrix Potter.
Step into the past at Brodie Castle, a stunning 16th-century tower house. This castle is renowned for its impressive art collection and beautiful gardens. Explore the historical treasures within its walls and stroll through the well-maintained gardens, which add to the charm of this magnificent estate. Brodie Castle is a must-visit for those interested in art and the splendor of Scotland's architectural heritage.
Explore the archaeological wonders of Glen Elg, home to well-preserved Iron Age brochs. These ancient stone structures provide a glimpse into Scotland's ancient past, allowing you to travel back in time and imagine life in the Iron Age. Discover the intricate construction and features of these fascinating historical sites.
Hike through the magical landscape of Quairing and witness the mesmerizing sight of the Old Man of Storr. This iconic rock formation rises dramatically from the Earth, creating a scene straight out of a fantasy novel. Immerse yourself in the rugged beauty of the Scottish Highlands as you trek through ancient geological wonders and enjoy panoramic views that will leave you in awe.
Discover the epitome of Scottish craftsmanship at the House of Bruar. Located amidst stunning Highlands, this renowned shopping destination offers a splendid collection of high-quality Scottish products, from traditional tartans and kilts to luxurious cashmere and tweed. Indulge in a unique retail experience and take home a piece of Scotland's rich heritage.
Travel back in time to Staffin an Corran and discover dinosaur footprints preserved in ancient rocks. Explore this remarkable geological site on the Isle of Skye and catch the footprints left by these prehistoric creatures millions of years ago. This unique experience is perfect for fossil enthusiasts, nature lovers, and anyone fascinated by Scotland's rich natural history.
Engage in a thrilling and competitive activity at Crombie Clay Pigeon Shooting. Test your marksmanship skills as you take aim at clay targets in a safe and controlled environment. Whether you're a novice or an experienced shooter, this exhilarating experience offers a unique blend of adrenaline and precision. Enjoy the thrill of hitting your targets while surrounded by the picturesque Scottish countryside.
Embark on an awe-inspiring journey along the Applecross Drive, a scenic route renowned for its breathtaking landscapes. Wind your way through twisting mountain passes, traverse rugged coastal roads, and marvel at sweeping vistas of mountains, lochs, and seascapes. Prepare to be captivated by the natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands at every turn.
A freshwater lake situated in the Scottish Highlands, Loch Garry boasts of a stunning landscape and the opportunity to go on fishing expeditions with your friends. If not, visit Loch Locky to honor a supernatural being called river horse who was said to emerge from it (as per the folklore).
Enjoy with your loved ones the diverse wonders Scotland has to offer, along with a pleasant stay at our property Black Sheep Hotels!
We promise to deliver you an unforgettable travel experience.