Boath House is a hub of creativity and calm in the Scottish Highlands.
With a bold design, a dash of sexy sophistication, and a plethora of visual art, Virgin Hotels has taken up residence in Edinburgh’s Old Town.
Fettercairn, the newest independent brand from Scotland’s Whyte & Mackay, makes “unicorn” whiskies. Its various expressions—packaged in bottles emblazoned with a unicorn from the crest of founder Sir Alexander Ramsay’s clan—each provide an immediately distinguishable flavour profile that showcases the company’s approach.
Styled as a “whisky library,” Bertie’s offers 365 unique bottles catalogued according to flavour profile, from fragrant through fruity to rich and smoky.
Now that Canadian travellers to the United Kingdom are no longer required to quarantine upon arrival on the isles, many will again head across the pond.
It is an emotional landscape that presents a vision of our own turmoil, but also the effects of light, of walking in the world and observing.
Bringing together nature and architecture, Kengo Kuma’s vision of the first design museum in Scotland has been realized with the opening of the V&A Dundee.
There are a few pilgrimages all appreciators of fine whisky should make in their time.
Since opening in 1924, the iconic Gleneagles estate has earned a certain pedigree within the canon of Scotland’s destinations—albeit without the pomp and circumstance one might imagine.