Christmas gift guide

Find the perfect gift this Christmas with our Scottish Gift Guide.

The Art of Coorie

How to Live Happy the Scottish Way.  Coorie – or còsagach in Gaelic – is the Scottish version of hygge. 

Isle of Skye Distillers Mulled Christmas Gin

Isle of Skye Distillers Mulled Christmas Gin is the true definition of a local spirit – every part of the production process, from creation of the base spirit to bottling and labelling, takes place in Portree, on the Isle of Skye.

Explore the Highlands in Style in 2019

Book this amazing expeirence for  3 nights for your loved one with cooler box beers for £350, Quote Xmas350 when booking.

Sunday Night Getaway at the Dunstane House

The Mavic 2 Pro

Do you love taking photos of the breathtaking Scottish scenery? Well up your game in 2019 with the amazing Mavic Pro. Get in time for Christmas with Drones Direct.

Plant Dreams for 2019

Aberdeen based designer has created a card with a difference this Christmas. The perfect card for nature lovers made from recycled card embedded with a mix of flower seeds.

Once Christmas is over the card can be planted and turned into beautiful flowers.

Glengoyne 10 Year Old Jolomo Spring Tin

Glengoyne Distillery, by Dumgoyne, has also just released the limited-edition Glengoyne 10 Year Old Jolomo Spring Tin, with a donation for every bottle sold made to the Glasgow School of Art – I’ve attached a press release here with more info.

Trakke Bags

Handmade in Scotland, and guaranteed for life, a Trakke backpack is the last bag you’ll ever need. Perfect as a gift for both urban explorers, and those at home in the wild.

Scotland Prints

Beautiful prints from across Scotland by photographer Connor Mollison.

Wild Guide Scotland

New from the best selling Wild Guide Series (winner of travel guidebook of the year 2015), Wild Guide Scotland is a compendium of hidden places, outdoor adventures, local/artisanal food and inspiring places to stay featuring hundreds of ideas for the perfect adventure in the wilds and wonderlands of Scotland.

Shirley Spear, owner of The Three Chimneys on the Isle of Skye, is the author of The Marmalade Bible. Marmalade is an iconic Scottish food, traditionally made in January and February when Seville oranges are available. Shirley, whose multi-award-winning restaurant has built up a global reputation over the past 34 years, has written the ultimate guide to marmalade – not just to making it, but to using it as an ingredient all the year round in a delicious variety of dishes. 

Scottish Animal Prints

Beautiful Scottish animal prints by Sarah Leask.

handmade Jewellery from Shores of Scotland

Handmade jewellery made from sea glass and pottery sourced from shores all over Scotland

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