Juniper restaurant, Old Churches House Hotel, Dunblane

A selfie with Andy Murray’s gold post box might be reason enough for his fans to pay Dunblane a visit. For everyone else, the place itself is worth the trip. It has all the hallmarks of a small, quaint town; there’s a river running through the centre, an attractive stone bridge and a winding, narrow high street. For the first time visitor, however, the surprise is the sheer scale of

MHOR Festival 26-28 May 2017

Less than an hour’s drive from Fife is the MHOR Festival which runs this weekend from Friday 26 May to 28 May. Hosted by the very affable Tom Lewis on the land next to one of his two hotels, Monachyle Mhor, the Festival is a mix of very good food, live music, and theatre. The Friday night feast is five courses by five chefs including Chef of the Year, Lorna

Yurts in Scotland; Fife and The Trossachs

If you’ve a yen for a yurt then both these locations might be easy on the eye. The first is in Fife, on the Cambo Estate, and, because it’s May, their famous snowdrops might still be out – and the second is in The Trossachs close to Loch Lomond (pictured above).  Trossach Yurts started as an organic farm called West Moss-side near Stirling and is also a centre for craft workshops and