It may only be October but here at Sykes Cottages we are already taking a large number of bookings for 2015. In a former post, my colleague Louise explained why it’s important to book your 2015 summer holiday early, and she wasn’t wrong; booking in advance allows you more choice, more time to save and of course something to look forward to.
If you’re thinking of planning your 2015 holiday early and you’re having difficulties finding the ideal destination then we suggest a trip to bonnie Scotland. Scotland is beautiful all year round and offers a number of fantastic activities in every season.
To help you discover Scotland and what it can offer you throughout the year take a look at the following infographic which highlights some of our favourite Scottish activities.
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Four Seasons of Scotland
Most people wouldn’t think of Scotland as a year-round holiday destination but here at Sykes Cottages, we want to show you that it’s possible to enjoy a fantastic holiday in this beautiful country, whatever the season! Here’s our handy guide on what to do in Scotland, come rain or shine.
During the summer, make the most of the warm weather and head to one of Scotland’s unspoilt white sand beaches such as Luskentyre, with its turquoise waters and mountain views. Scotland
has more than double the length of coastline than England and Wales combined so you’ll never run out of picture-perfect beaches to explore!
At the beginning of May, the Highland Games are kicked off with a bang at Gourock Park in Inverclyde. The Gourock Highland Games are the first games to take place after the winter and are a
great opportunity to experience the essence of Scottish culture with bagpipes, highland dancing, caber tossing, the Scottish hammer throw and even children’s entertainment!
Beat the autumn chill and put a fire in your belly with a trip to the Isle of Islay, which is home to no fewer than 8 whisky distilleries. The island is said to offer some of the most distinctive and flavourful whiskies in the world and competition between the distilleries is fierce. They’re always striving to produce the best dram on the island, ensuring that they are all sensational!
Over New Year, there’s no better place to be than Edinburgh for its legendary Hogmanay celebrations. Take part in the torchlight procession down the Royal Mile, gaze in awe at the famous firework displays, dance the night away at the official street party and sing your heart out at the Concert in the Gardens beneath Edinburgh Castle.
Book your 2015 holiday
If you’ve decided that Scotland is the perfect location for your 2015 holiday then why not check out our Scottish cottages page? With over 600 properties located throughout Scotland we are sure to have the ideal cottage to suit your needs. For more information on our Scottish cottages and booking a holiday up North contact our reservations team today!