Loch Katrine Accommodation – new perspective

A historic setting for Loch Katrine accommodation in the heart of The Trossachs, where Scottish tourism began. It’s pretty much self-evident that when you get an attraction or an area that gets lots of visitors, the ‘infrastructure’ follows on – whether that takes the form of car parks, information boards, interpretation centres, cafes or accommodation.…

Riverside Cottage

Cosy and comfortable cottage on Royal Deeside In the old days, the tourism promoters called the off-season ‘the shoulder months’. Maybe they still do. Anyway, when an invitation arrived for a wee break in a self-catering property, called Riverside Cottage, in the Royal Deeside town of Ballater, we hesitated for only a moment. Besides, Ballater…

Loch Katrine – where to stay

It’s pretty much self-evident that when you get an attraction that gets lots of visitors, the ‘infrastructure’ follows on – whether that takes the form of car parks, information boards, interpretation centres, cafes or accommodation. And it’s true the world over. Take that day in 1803, for instance when three travellers went exploring the Trossachs.…