Vacation In The Middle Ages: Scotland
Castles and other medieval buildings make unique Scotland Scotland attracts millions every year by tourists. Real holiday dreams come true here: Lakes, wild and romantic landscapes, castles, historic towns, and much more makes a holiday in Scotland to a unique and unforgettable experience. But above all, the middle ages is ever present here. Hardly any other country stroke in Europe can so many buildings from this part present dark age in Europe. Numerous castles and castle ruins, towers and other witnesses of an eventful past can be in Scotland. For example, the famous Edinburgh Castle can be found in Edinburgh.
Here, every company party is in good hands: stately rooms with appropriate furniture can be celebrated here at your whim. You should schedule with a discovery tour of the city here. Getting married in the castle is of course also possible. Or you just visited the venerable premises. Who value a wedding in a castle sets, can here choose also from numerous variants.
The most popular Castle for a wedding in a castle is the castle of Eilean Donan Castle. She was used as a backdrop for the film “Highlander” and surrounded by water, cliffs and meadows can be found in a beautiful location. But other goals such as Urquhart Castle on the edge of Loch Ness, the ruins of the castle of Kildrummy Castle and Huntly Castle and completely preserved castles such as Braemar Castle and many others attract interested vacationers. Who wants to collect the medieval feeling on the tip, rents a is equal in a medieval building. This is not very cheap however; anyone looking for something exclusive, must engage deeper in Scotland in the bag. So, you can just rent, for example, the Tower of Hallbar, who is known as Hallbar Tower and Braidwood Castle. A comprises tower was rebuilt and four storeys plus ground floor bedrooms, kitchen, living room and a bathroom can be found. A kind of exclusive holiday house emerged so – by the way the Tower dates from the year 1535 and thus offers a real adventure holidays, where in spite of the medieval flair not modern comfort must be avoided. Most castles are equipped not with overnight accommodation. This is actually rather a rarity in Scotland. So who wants to undertake a real time journey, must to listen to and search until you find something suitable. Who but found, can spend in Scotland, the most beautiful time of the year, or even the most beautiful days of life.