Farlam Hall Country House Hotel, near Brampton, offers a lot to people looking to spend some time in a beautiful part of the British countryside, including taking a trip to Hadrian’s Wall and indulging in some stunning food.
Steam hauled trains are opening up the scenic Scottish Borders to visitors every Sunday this August. Aileen Robertson boarded at Dalgety Bay for a journey along the Borders Railway, which was reopened three years ago, and took in a visit to Abbotsford, the home of Sir Walter Scott.
Cruise ships are increasingly setting a course for Scotland – and businesses in Fife, Tayside and Dundee are particularly well placed to benefit, writes Michael Alexander.
Wildfires have swept through seaside resorts near Athens, destroying homes and forests, killing at least 50 people.
Stagecoach invest £1.4m into improving wheelchair accessibility on public transport in East Scotland
A unique addition to the Stagecoach Express City Connect Network, Stagecoach East Scotland have announced an investment of 5 innovative new coaches for the Perth fleet will operate along the popular X56 service from Perth to Edinburgh from mid-July.
If you’ve ever dropped a possession into a river or waterway, you probably thought it would be gone forever. But one project in Amsterdam has rescued hundreds of thousands of weird and wonderful things from the depths of the city’s canals – and immortalised them in a new online exhibition.
The owners of a Forfar hotel are celebrating a successful first year of business.
The Hebridean island of Eigg epitomises clean, green modern living, as Robin McKelvie finds out...
Canary Island lover Robin McKelvie heads to remote El Hierro It’s a Canary Island that is less theme park and more Jurassic Park, a Spanish hideaway more remote Yorkshire on a volcano than hectic Costa del Sol. Welcome to El Hierro, the magical outpost that was the last land Columbus saw as he sailed off the map in search of the New World.