To many people Scotland means bagpipes, tartan and haggis. Fine though all of these are in moderation, we would like to show you that there is more to Scotland than the general impression that most tourists have. So when you have seen enough shortbread and sporrans, and your eyes are dazed by a sea of tartan rugs, then that is the time to head away from the “picture postcard” image and see the real Scotland. We would like you to get to know Scotland at close quarters. Stay in a Highland inn or in a splendid old castle, complete with resident ghost. Here you will meet people who are proud of their country and proud to welcome visitors, with a hospitality seldom found in this modern age.