Christmas in Scotland
Winter in lowland Scotland can be accompanied by quite mild weather. Either way, the rugged landscape always stands out. There are also many historical sites that can be experienced indoors...and many old fine warm pubs waiting for you at the end of the day to add some cheer.
View of the River Clyde flowing to the sea from atop Dumbarton Rock.
Cameron House, Loch Lomond - luxury rooms & lodges, fine dining, loch cruises, championship standard golf, spa breaks or simply chilling out with your new favourite 20 year old single malt, Cameron House could become a true love of yours. It is not just about the timeless splendour. Cameron House is legendary Scottish hospitality at its very finest and very warmest.
The Drovers Inn just north of Loch Lomond. Over 300 hears old - pub of the year 1705 ;-) Great old bar with cozy fire place to warm you up on a cold day...or after a chill from the latest ghost story from the staff. Yes, it's haunted!
Ancient stone circle at Kilmartin.
Christmas Day at the harbour in North Berwick, a few miles east of Edinburgh.
For a "wee boy's" perspective on a Scottish vacation, see http://www.tripcolor.com/user/52349/trip/51272-2012-Christmas-In-Scotland