Dunnet Head, North Coast 500, Scenic, tour, B&B, North Highlands
Dunnet Head, North Coast 500, Scenic, tour, B&B, North Highlands
Discover Kingussie and the Highlands of Scotland at Glengarry B&B
 Discover Kingussie and the Highlands of Scotland at Glengarry B&B

Scenic Routes

Steam train, vintage cars, Cairngorms, Mountains, B&B, North East 250 Steam and Vintage car

Many areas of Scotland can be experienced by tra- velling along designated tourist routes, the most famous of these being The North Coast 500.  New routes are appearing all the time.  Below is just a taste of some of these routes.

North East 250, Dunnotar, Castle, walk,  view, scenic Dunnotar Castle

North East 250

Scotland's newest driving route.  This circular route takes visitors on a journey through Speyside, the Cairngorms, Royal Deeside, Aberdeen, the East Coast and the Moray Coast.  You will experience spectacular scenery, beautiful secluded beaches, wildlife, castles and fantastic food on your journey.  If you can tear yourself away from the scenery then a visit to the city of Aberdeen is a must where you will find history, architecture in abundance and of course an array of fantastic shopping opportunities.

North Coast 500, Dunnet Head, storm, sea, cliffs, B&B, Sutherland Dunnet Head on a stormy day

North Coast 500

Starting and ending at Inverness, the North Coast 500 route takes in over 500 miles (900km) of some of the most fantastic scenery in Scotland.  On your journey you will pass awe inspiring mountain ranges, dark hidden glens, sandy white beaches, cliffs, haunting ruins, castles, historic sites, picturesque villages and many hidden gems.  Heading North from Inverness stop off at Dunrobin Castle with its falconry display, the village of Helmsdale with its quaint harbour, the famous John o' Groats, the most northlery point at Dunnet Head, caves at Bettyhill, Cape Wrath and then wander along some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK on the West Coast, before returning to the city of Inverness.  You will enjoy a fantastic few days.  Be sure to book your accommodation before you set off as the route can be  very busy at certain times of the year.

The Snow Road

The newest scenic route in Scotland begins in the market town of Blairgowrie and ends 90 miles further North in the highland village of Grantown-on-Spey.  You will discover dramatic landscapes carved by granite and ice, with breath-taking scenery and some of the highest roads in the UK.  As the route is known as the 'Snow Roads', you will be able to spot glimpses of snow on the tops almost all year round.

There are hidden gems all along the route, castles, distilleries, snowsports centres, Scotland's highest golf course, nature reserves and much more.   A few days will be required to experience everything the route has to offer.

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