Autumn break in the Scottish Highlands
If you’re feeling in need of a break this autumn but stuck for ideas have a look at this. It’s an ebook produced by VisitScotland. It’s packed full of ideas for activities to take in the best of Scotland’s beautiful landscapes. As the number of tourists exploring the Highlands is thinning this is the best time to enjoy the stunning autumnal colours with added peace and tranquility. So an Autumn break in the Scottish Highlands is the perfect time to visit the area.
It’s not too late to take in the wonderful autumn colours and we’re surrounded by nature all around Inverness. Even in the city the trees are impressive along the riverside, just a short walk from here. The Ness Islands are fabulous all year but especially just now.
Take in the seasonal changes to the countryside by whatever means suits you. From watching wild life to hill walking, it’s all on our doorstep. There’s plenty of outdoor pursuits available. Or take time to learn about one of our largest exports by visiting one of the many whisky distilleries.
Grab a Bargain
Of course quieter times also means bed and breakfast prices are lower too. This is an ideal time to get great value on your Autumn break in the Scottish Highlands. There are bargains to be had in the shops and if you’re really organised you can make a start on the Christmas shopping. There’s a much greater chance of getting a table in your favourite restaurant at this time of year. What better way to round off a full day in the Highlands than a warming glass of your favourite tipple, maybe accompanied by live traditional Scottish music.
The best rates available for your autumn break and throughout the year at Bannerman Bed and Breakfast are here – rates page. There are considerable discounts for staying more than one night all winter season. Let us know what you think or if you need help planning your next trip to Scotland.