Google+ Rent a Cottage Scotland: March 2008

Friday, 28 March 2008

Favorite Places to visit in Scotland

Where is the best place in Scotland to visit?
What is your favorite place, village, town or monument to visit?
Here are some of our favorite places in Scotland to visit.

Places to Visit in Scotland Trossachs Loch Katrine

Of all the places to Visit in Scotland, Trossachs Loch Katrine is one of my favorites. It is hlaf an hour by car from both Glasgow and Perth but is one of the most scenic parts of Scotland. Is good for cycling as there is a very quiet road at the side suitable for family cycling.

Thursday, 27 March 2008

Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Cottage Holidays Perth Old Bridge

Cottage Holidays Perth Old Bridge
Thwe Perth old Smeaton Bridge was built by engineer William Stewart to replace an earlier wooden bridge that was swept away in a storm.
More Cottage Holidays Perth photos.

Friday, 14 March 2008

Cottage Holidays Scotland

Cottage Holidays ScotlandWhere could I find a cottage holiday in Scotland?

Find your answer here

Why holiday in a cottage in Scotland?
Guests have opportunity to tour, shop, visit local friendly pubs, take photographs of Scotland, go for walks or just enjoy the local Scottish scenery. Many are here to visit relatives, catch up with friends or investigate their ancestry. In self catering cottages you can sample the best of local produce by shopping and cooking for yourself or if you get fed up cooking , eat out at some of the finest restaurants Scotland has to offer.

Tuesday, 11 March 2008

Storm at Sea Scottish Coast

This clip was taken off the East coast of Scotland yesterday. The March weather continues to be very mixed.

Saturday, 8 March 2008

St Andrews Poetry Festival 2008

St Andrews Poetry Festival 2008

A Fife event taking place in March 2008 is a festival of poetry.
The only regular festival dedicated to poetry in Scotland, StAnza is international in outlook. Founded in 1998, it is held each March in St Andrews, Scotland’s oldest university town. The festival is an opportunity to engage with a wide variety of poetry, to hear world class poets reading in exciting and atmospheric venues, to experience a range of performances where music, film, dance and poetry work in harmony, to view exhibitions linking poetry with visual art and to discover the part poetry has played in the lives of a diverse range of writers, musicians and media personalities. The simple intention of StAnza is to celebrate poetry in all its many forms.

More Fife Events 2008

Saturday, 1 March 2008

February Stay at Seashell Cottage Fife

February Stay at Seashell Cottage Fife
We would like to thank you for renting your Seashell Cottage. We really enjoyed being there! And your cottage is very nice and cosy.
We managed to visit many places - Edinburgh, Culros, Stirling, Falkirk, St Andrews, Ellie, St Monans, Leven (only the last one was not worh seeing :)) and other small towns on Fife coast.
Tom & Family

If you would like to see some photos they are located here (over 500)

Spring Perth March 2008

First day of Spring in Perth, Scotland March 2008. Today was very cold but sunny, the first crocus can be seen on the South Inch Perth.

Arbroath Smokie

Arbroath Smokie
Arbroath smoked fish a delicacy now popular throughout the world. Read about the history of the smokie and some interesting recipies.