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Welcome to Cosy November!

Cosy up in a snug wee guesthouse with fabulous views of the autumn landscape or find a traditional pub and chat to the friendly locals.

  • Welcome to Cosy November!

    Welcome to Cosy November!

    Cosy up in a snug wee guesthouse with fabulous views of the autumn landscape or find a traditional pub and chat to the friendly locals.

  • Discover Scotland's food and drink with our free itineraries

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  • What else to do in November

    What else to do in November?

    In November we celebrate Scotland's patron saint, St. Andrew with traditional Scottish meals and ceilidhs across the country. Find out what else to do in November. Read More...

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Scotland by Month

January

Glasgow buzzes with Celtic Connections, Scotland’s premier celebration of Celtic Music. Over 300 events and 2000 artists will banish winter blues.

February

In February, cuddle up in a castle, stroll along a lonely beach, share freshly caught seafood and languish by a log fire.

March

Visit the castles and monuments that serve as a reminder of Scotland’s dramatic past.

April

Enjoy authentic, artisan food from Scotland’s delicious natural larder, and freshly caught seafood from our shores.

May

Whisky May celebrates “the water of life”, Scotland’s national drink. Discover Scotland’s whisky heritage and our hospitality at Whisky festivals across the country.

June

Summer is a great time to explore Scotland by foot, on wheels or on water. You will also see some amazing wildlife on your way!

July

See a different side of Scotland exploring our many islands. Enjoy the stunning landscapes, wildlife and culture.

August

For a whole month Edinburgh hosts the largest art festival in the world. Choose from thousands of performances. Don’t miss the Edinburgh Tattoo.

September

Experience Scotland’s music and dance at traditional music festivals across the country, as well as ceilidhs with the locals!

October

Keep a close eye on the loch waters, moors and mysterious castles during autumn. Sightings of beasties can’t be guaranteed - but it’s worth taking a look.

November

Cosy up in a snug wee guesthouse with fabulous views of the autumn landscape or find a traditional pub and chat to the friendly locals.

December

Enjoy romantic winter festivals and then dance in the New Year at our world famous Hogmanay celebrations. No-one does New Year’s Eve like the Scots!

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Scotland's Food and Drink

Food and Drink

Scotland is renowned for its unrivalled produce, and its unspoilt habitats and varied weather are perfect for producing a wide variety of high quality fresh fruit and vegetables, fish and meat and much more.

Traditional pubs

Pubs & Restaurants

Discover a fantastic range of restaurants, pubs, cafes, tearooms and other places in Scotland where you can enjoy great food and drink.

Happy St Andrew's Day

Happy St. Andrews Day!

Happy St. Andrew's Day! On the 30th November each year, Scots across the globe celebrate St. Andrews Day, our patron saint. It is traditional to go to a ceilidh (a traditional Scottish dance), and dance the night away with your friends and neighbours.

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What else to do in November?

In November we celebrate Scotland's patron saint, St. Andrew with traditional Scottish meals and ceilidhs across the country. Find out what else to do in November.

Sheila C's Tips

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Sheila Condie - Owner of The Glenelg Inn

I’m Sheila, the owner of Glenelg Inn in the Scottish Highlands. The Glenelg Inn is a traditional inn which offers a warm atmosphere, lively music evenings and of course, local banter! We keep a roaring fire going throughout the year, even in summer. We want everyone to feel at home here, come and meet our friendly local fisherman who delivers his catch to our back door then comes in for a pint and a chat!

Sheila Condie

Sheila Condie - Owner of The Glenelg Inn

I’m Sheila, the owner of Glenelg Inn in the Scottish Highlands. The Glene…

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    A unique way to see white tailed sea eagles in Scotland is on the ferry crossing between Kylerhea on Skye to Glenelg. It’s a common sight to se…

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    When I say local history I mean history dating back thousands of years! The Dun Telve and Dun Troddan Brochs are just a short drive from Glenelg vill…

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    For a real mouth-watering treat, try Arbroath Smokies – haddock smoked in a whisky barrel over a hardwood fire of beech and oak. The fish, eate…

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  • Scottish Storytelling Centre

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  • More insider tips!

    Read on to find out more of my insider tips for Scotland!

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