SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS

Sir Walter Scott described Perthshire, “The fairest portion of the Northern Kingdom.” The region's breathtaking variety is undeniable, from its serene glens and endless expanses of lush forest, to its beautiful moors, rushing rivers and tumbling waterfalls. This magnificent corner was the inspiration for writings by William Shakespeare, Robert Burns, Beatrix Potter’s, and J.K. Rowling.

Many historical wonders still stand tall today, from prehistoric stones to ancient Roman footholds and opulent Gothic castles.

Kinloch House is owned and managed by the Allen Family, this peaceful Scottish Country Hotel is located in 25 acres of tranquil Perthshire countryside, set on a hillside overlooking a beautiful valley. Built nearly 200 years ago, old oak and stonework blend seamlessly throughout, creating an elegant and intimate setting in this grand Scottish country house. This is a special place in which to relax after a full day in the field or exploring Perthshire.


Graeme Allen stands behind a reputation of a 5-star property, luxury accommodations, and an award-winning chef. The menu features local Scottish produce, game, beef, fish, shellfish, and produce from the garden. Freshness and quality are served every day.

SCOTTISH BORDERS

Ancient tales and the profound history of the Borders still echo across the rolling heather-clad hills, breathtaking lochs, and moorlands. Picturesque villages, castles, abbeys, and stately homes stand as living history museums. The region was birthplace to Rugby Seven and resting place to Sir Walter Scott. King Arthur and Merlin, William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, and Mary Queen of Scots … All are epic characters from the pages of the Borders’ History.


There is a steeped tradition in producing fine textiles, Ladies and Gents may find the richest collection of tartans, tweeds, and cashmere.


The landscape is a paradise for anglers, cyclists, hillwalkers, golfers, and sportsmen. 

Dryburgh Abbey Hotel is owned and managed by the Wallace Family. This Scottish manor house hotel is quietly nestled on a wooded estate, overlooking the River Tweed and ruins of the 12th-century Gothic Dryburgh Abbey. The 4-star luxury hotel is decorated in grand style, with high ceilings, intricate cornicing, antique furnishing and open fireplaces. Guests enjoy large, well-appointed guest rooms, indoor pool and sauna, and freshly prepared culinary arts from Abbey Bistro and Tweed Restaurant. 


John Wallace is proud to open the doors daily to 19th century Baronial Mansion. His staff earned the “Country Sports Hotel of the Year,” Scottish Hotel Awards for the last six years for their quality of service. They are consistently herald for unobtrusive attention, warmth and personality.