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The Two Lady Ghosts of Crathes Castle

Castles and ghosts go hand in hand. There can’t be many in Scotland that don’t feature some kind of spectral figure from the past. Crathes Castle in Aberdeenshire is lucky enough to feature both a White and a Green Lady ghost.

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Screen printing at Glen Dye

Glen Dye estate sits on the banks of the River Dye, where conifers tumble onto moors patterned with cloudscapes. Get creative, explore the outdoors and settle into the local community on one of its new screen printing weekend workshops.

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Newhaven Main Street 2

Newhaven

Sandwiched between Leith Docks and Granton Harbour, Newhaven (meaning “New Harbour”) is a charming neighbourhood which was once a thriving, tight-knit fishing village and, despite its close distance to Edinburgh, was known for its distinctive dress and traditions.

Newhaven Main Street 2
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Native Scottish animals and where to find them

The vast array of unique and varied habitats spread throughout the Scottish mainland and its islands means a plethora of rare, beautiful and curious creatures can be found burrowed in undergrowth, perched on a mountainside, soaring the skies, prancing across open moorland and diving among the waves.

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Dunnottar Castle

William Wallace and the siege of Dunnottar Castle

The vast array of unique and varied habitats spread throughout the Scottish mainland and its islands means a plethora of rare, beautiful and curious creatures can be found burrowed in undergrowth, perched on a mountainside, soaring the skies, prancing across open moorland and diving among the waves.

Dunnottar Castle
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Dunbar’s Close

As you walk down the Royal Mile, from Edinburgh Castle, you’ll find Dunbar’s Close on the left-hand side once you enter the Canongate.

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