Scotland Bed and Breakfasts
Rain, wind and cold temperatures may not provide the most hospitable environment, but they are responsible for some of the most dramatic landscapes in the British Isles, as well as a nation of people with a great sense of humour. And when the sun does shine, Scotland is simply beautiful.
Edinburgh, the capital, sits towards the south of the country, a mysterious collection of medieval buildings perched precariously on a rocky hilltop which comes alive each August for the Edinburgh Festival.
The further north you go, the more remote it gets, until you're more likely to meet a puffin than a person, and you find yourself closer to Norway than to London. But be reassured that you'll never be too far from a pub, where you can tuck into a plate of haggis or warm up with a glass of whisky.