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    Locations in The Scottish Lowlands

    Although not large in size, the UK & Ireland plays host to grand landscapes, quaint villages, historic towns and buzzing cities. The UK’s capital, London, is consistently voted of the world’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan metropolises and boasts first-class museums, restaurants and shops. Smaller cities such as Oxford and Cambridge showcase some of the region’s finest architecture with their impressive cathedrals and beautiful university colleges whereas the elegant cities of Bath and Edinburgh transport you right back to Georgian times. For those who love the outdoors, the Scottish Highlands provides dramatic landscapes and impressive wildlife. The Lake District, with its peaks and tranquil lakes, is a walker and sailor’s paradise, and The New Forest provides the perfect country break for visitors to London.

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    Ballyvaughan

    Ballyvaughan’s craggy landscape is beautiful and raw – a stunning place to hike or cycle across; other activities include golf,...

    Bath

    Bath has been a magnet for tourists and locals alike for over 2,000 years. The only place in the Britain where...

    Berkshire

    Formally known as the Royal County of Berkshire, Berkshire is home to one of the Queen’s official residents, Windsor Castle....

    Cambridge

    Famous for its 800 year old university, consistently rated one of the world's best, Cambridge simply oozes history. Winding cobbled...

    Cong

    Cong is a beautiful little village on the west coast of Ireland and the location of the exceptional Ashford Castle,...

    County Laois

    A county in the very heart of Ireland, County Laois is home to the Slieve Bloom Mountains, which are a...

    County Waterford

    A county located on the south eastern coast of Ireland, County Waterford is the perfect place to visit for those...

    Devon

    Devon County, located in the far stretches of southwest England just before you reach Cornwall, is famous for its sandy...

    Donegal

    The Donegal Peninsula has some of the most beautiful coastal scenery in Ireland including the dramatic Slieve League, the tallest...

    Dublin

    UNESCO City of Literature and capital city of Ireland, Dublin is renowned for its rich history of authors from feted...

    Fort William

    A small town in the Scottish Highlands, FortWilliam is in close proximity to Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the...

    Hampshire

    Situated on the southern coast of England, Hampshire is a beautiful county complete with long sandy beaches, the New Forest...

    Inverness

    Known as the gateway to the Scottish Highlands, Inverness is the United Kingdom's most northerly city. The city straddles the...

    Isle of Skye

    With its vast and beautiful landscapes, the Isle of Skye has a special feel about it. People are friendly, landscapes...

    Kenmare

    Cradled in the heart of Kenmare Bay, on the Wild Atlantic Way, Kenmare epitomises the untamed beauty of the south...

    Kildare

    Kildare is a town in County Kildare in Ireland's East Coast and Midlands, not too far from Dublin. Famed for its...

    Killarney

    Killarney is a town in County Kerry surrounded by a wonderland of mountains and lakes – a landscape so beautiful...

    Lake District

    An outdoor lover’s paradise, the Lake District, located in Cumbria, is England's largest national park. Rich in natural beauty and...

    Loch Lomond

    The stunning Loch Lomond, Scotland's largest loch, is situated in the Trossach’s National Park. The park covers over 1,700 square...

    Loch Ness

    Known for its infamous monster, Loch Ness is Scotland’s largest loch by volume and a site of outstanding natural beauty....

    London

    Right now London is probably the most exciting city in the world. In the last couple of years this dynamic...

    Midleton

    The town of Midleton is set in a fertile valley close to the south coast and Cork Harbour with many...

    New Forest

    A National Park spreading over Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset, The New Forest is a beautiful place to visit and is...

    Newmarket-on-Fergus

    Newmarket-on-Fergus is a town in County Clare in the west of Ireland. It was Lord Inchiqin who supposedly named the village...

    Oxford

    Considered one of the England’s most beautiful cities, Oxford is a town worth visiting on any trip to the United...

    Perthshire

    A large county located in central Scotland, Perthshire is perhaps best known for being the home of Gleneagles hotel and...

    Somerset

    Somerset county is in the heart of the West Country known for its mix of dramatic coastlines and rolling English...

    Stratford-upon-Avon

    Celebrated as the town of Shakespeare’s birth, Stratford-upon-Avon is not to be missed for die-hard Shakespeare fans. Essentially a small...

    Sussex

    Sussex has a lovely blend of historic coastlines and beautiful countryside – all in close proximity to London.  It has...

    The Burren

    The Burren is a brooding and beautiful landscape in County Clare, a peninsula surrounded on three sides by the Atlantic...

    The Cotswolds

    The Cotswolds is an area of South West England that is known to many as the home of the quaint...

    The Scottish Borders

    Sweeping valleys, heather-strewn moorlands, emerald forests and an enthralling history, the Scottish Borders are a captivating and exciting part of...

    The Scottish Highlands

    A rugged fairy tale landscape of still golden lochs, white sandy beaches, mist shrouded mountains and ancient forests, the Scottish...