Golf Holidays Scotland
Stirlingshire & Perthshire
Stirling occupies a strategic site on the River Forth, with the Castle standing high upon a rocky craig. It was here that Mary Queen of Scots lived for many years and celebrated her marriage to Lord Darnley. Stirling is also renowned for its restaurants, bars and shopping.
Two miles south of Stirling is the site of the Battle of Bannockburn where Robert the Bruce defeated the English armies in 1314, while the skyline of Stirling is dominated by the monument to that other famous Scottish warrior, William Wallace.
The former capital of Scotland - Perth offers a range of entertainment, shops, restaurants, parks and gardens and is situated on the banks of Scotland's longest river - the Tay. Many Scottish Kings were crowned on the Stone of Destiny at Scone Palace and Robert the Bruce, Oliver Cromwell, John Knox and Bonnie Prince Charlie were just four of the famous figures who left their mark on the Royal Burgh.
Kinross lies north of Edinburgh and is a small country town with historic links to Scotland's glorious past.
Blairgowrie on the banks of the River Ericht is Perthshire's second largest town, famous for its two golf courses, soft fruit farms and angling. It is the gateway to Glenshee and close to the village of Meikleour, which boasts a Beech Hedge, planted in 1746 and officially recognised as the tallest hedge in the world.
• Stirlingshire & Perthshire Hotels
• Stirlingshire & Perthshire Golf Courses
• South West (Ayrshire)
• Loch Lomond
• Edinburgh & East Lothian
• Angus / Dundee
• St Andrews / Fife
• The Highlands