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Guest Review: Confess by Colleen Hoover

Goodreads Blurb:

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Colleen Hoover, a new novel about risking everything for love—and finding your heart somewhere between the truth and lies. 1,128 more words

Book Review

Mizen Head Hotel, Bamburgh, Northumberland

As most of you will know, the County of Yorkshire has just a few more people than the aspirationally independent country of Scotland with around 5.3m people. 602 more words


The Ship, Low Newton, Northumberland

We’re starting to find pubs in the north where you can listen to some decent live music – jazz, blues, folk even . There seemed to be so many when we were young but alas, no longer. 382 more words


Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles Hotel

In terms of Scottish grandeur, the Gleneagles Hotel has to rank amongst the most famous. Long established as a premier destination for holidays and sporting breaks – think golf, for example – the hotel is well on its way to celebrating 100 years of lavish service…well, 91 so far. 447 more words


Guest Review: Rock Star by Gary Sprague

“Rock Star” by Gary Sprague: The Grass Ain’t Always Greener… (Five Stars)
by sbr martin

For many, being a rock star would be a dream come true… But, for Dark Cross axe-grinder Sonny Wells, it was a living nightmare. 425 more words


Taychreggan Hotel, Loch Awe

Continuing the tour of Michelin restaurants by our guest writer from Edon Tours, we arrive at Taychreggan, on the shores of Loch Awe. Edon Tours keep a meticulous record of their food experiences at Michelin restaurants – a bit like the tasting notes of   593 more words


Martin Wishart at Cameron House, Loch Lomond

Although we haven’t counted, there seem to be just as many great places to stay and eat in Scotland as England. Many are housed in the places Scotland does best – great country houses or beautifully restored castles. 640 more words