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Scotland Magazine Issue 11

Scotland Magazine Issue 11

Scotland Magazine Issue 11

In this issue - The Grampians, Orkney and Shetland - Luxury holidays - Hogmanay Food - Gliding - Shopping for kilts - Glencoe - Golf in Perth

Published November 2003

The perfect fit
DOMINIC ROSKROW praises the benefits of the kilt

November 2003, Issue 11, page 3

Getting to grips with Gaelic
Roddy Matine talks...

November 2003, Issue 11, page 7

Floors Castle
Floors Castle is dramatic and spectacular. Charles Douglas explains why and takes us on a tour

November 2003, Issue 11, page 12

Sam Torrance
EACH ISSUE WE FEATURE A TOP CELEBRITY'S FAVOURITE LOCATION, WITH NARRATION AND PHOTOGRAPHY FROM TOP LENSMEN ANDY HALL. HE STARTS WITH 2002 RYDER CUP CAPTAIN SAM TORRANCE

November 2003, Issue 11, page 13

Covert Castles on the coast
John Hannavy discovers some lesser-known gems

November 2003, Issue 11, page 16

Plenty of thrills in winter chills
With winter approaching, Graham Halliday tells us how red squirrels are the main attraction in the coming weeks

November 2003, Issue 11, page 18

The Massacre of Glencoe
MUCH HAS BEEN WRITTEN AND SAID ABOUT GLENCOE BUT WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED? JAMES IRVINE ROBERTSON TRIES TO CUT THROUGH THE MYTHS

November 2003, Issue 11, page 20

Give them a drop of winter warmth
Winter is the ideal time to invest in Scottish whisky or give it to a loved one as a gift. Dominic Roskrow picks out some of the best

November 2003, Issue 11, page 23

The Kilted Kiwi
He's only a bit more Scottish than national soccer manager Berti Vogts, but rugby star Brendan Laney has fallen in love with Scotland, almost as much as Scotland has fallen for him, says Alex Mead

November 2003, Issue 11, page 28

A bird's eye view
Louise Gilbert has already viewed Scotland from a balloon. Now she's upping the ante and taking to the air in a glider.

November 2003, Issue 11, page 32

Music up close and personal
The Bein Inn is attracting world-class musicians and letting you get face to face with them. Dominic Roskrow reoprts

November 2003, Issue 11, page 36

No better place on the planet
The Scotsman and the Balmoral are the best hotels in the World to enjoy Hogmanay argues Dominic Roskrow

November 2003, Issue 11, page 38

Taking a shine to lighthouses
John Cormack looks at why lighthouses are so popular as places to live

November 2003, Issue 11, page 40

Invalid at home, Samson abroad
Isabella Bird wasn't the typical swash-buckling Scottish type of hero. But she was a hero. Sara Wilson explains why

November 2003, Issue 11, page 42

Aberdeen and Grampian – rugged, remote and remarkable
It's a vast area to cover in one issue, but the mainland that makes up the Grampians is a gateway to Orkney and the Shetlands. Gavin Smith reports

November 2003, Issue 11, page 46

Andrew Bradford's Grampians, Orkney and Shetland
Andrew Bradford, Manager of Kincardine Estate, gives us his views of the region

November 2003, Issue 11, page 53

Live like a Laird
Scotland is the ideal destination if you want to enjoy a truly luxurious holiday. Kate Ennis went and sample the high life.

November 2003, Issue 11, page 54

Kiltmakers
The kilt is becoming ever more popular. Kate Patrick picks out the best shops to buy one from

November 2003, Issue 11, page 62

A hole new world of golf
Everyone knows Scotland's famous cuorses but the strength of Scottish golf lies in the way the ordinary courses offer fantastic golf. Chris Losh tees off.

November 2003, Issue 11, page 64

Paisley is out of this world
In the first of a new series featuring an array of colourful characters, Lizzie Gilder writes on the Paisley rockateers

November 2003, Issue 11, page 74

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