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      Beautiful location directly next to Loch Lomond, very clean, perfect for young people who want to enjoy the nature
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      Site is managed by Scottish Forestry. Very helpful and friendly warden. Water and compostable toilets onsite but no shower. Camping pitches available by the riverside.
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Royal Botanic Garden

Edinburgh
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is considered to be Scotland's premier garden and has become one of Edinburgh's most popular tourist attractions. Established in 1670 as a medical garden near Holyrood House, during the twentieth century it acquired three regional gardens - Dawyck, Logan and Benmore.

The Royal Botanic Garden of Edinburgh is the main garden and is home to over 70 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, capturing the imagination of visitors and providing a tranquil haven just one mile from the city centre.


With a reputation as a garden where the unusual and beautiful can be found, here you will discover nearly 17,000 different species of plants from all over the world. This is about 7% of all known plant species, which when you put it into perspective is a huge amount. This stunning collection can be found in the Rock Garden (home to over 5,000 alpine plants), the Chinese Hillside and the Glasshouse Experience, the Woodland Gardens & Arboretum and the Winter Garden, and attracts people from all over the world to see and learn about them.

The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is also home to the largest collection of wild-origin Chinese plants outside of China, whilst the Scottish Heath Garden recreates the closer-to-home landscape of the Scottish highlands. The centre piece of the garden is the famous Victorian Temperate Palm House - the tallest of its kind in Britain - a glasshouse experience like no other. Visitors can explore ten climatic zones which are home to around one percent of all known flowering plants, cycads and ferns, ranging from banana and rubber plants to household favourites and the world's largest collection of tender vireya rhododendron, originating from the mountains of New Guinea and Borneo.

The other three gardens offer equally as glorious surroundings: Benmore in the Eachaig Valley, just north of Dunoon, in a magnificent mountainside covers a vast 120 acres where you can see the spectacular avenue of Giant Redwoods (some as high as 40 metres), and over 300 species of rhododendrons including one from the Himalayas.

Logan Botanic Garden can be found at the south-western tip of Scotland, close to Stanraer, and has a reputation as Scotland's most exotic garden. Featuring a collection of the beautiful and bizarre, the southern hemisphere plants flourish and the gardens are a constant blaze of colour.

The Dawyck Botanic Garden near Peebles displays an abundance of exotic and native plants and stunning collection of trees, such as conifers and beeches thanks to a 300-year-old tree planting tradition. Stroll along the walking trails to discover some of the special collections and no matter what season you visit Dawyck provides a breathtaking backdrop of colour throughout the year.

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8 Hotels, 2 Guest Houses, 2 Campsites, 1 Serviced Apartment and 1 Bed and Breakfast.
Aberdour Hotel
38 High Street, Aberdour, Fife, GB
The Aberdour Hotel in Fife is a friendly, family-run hotel in a picturesque village on the north shore of the Firth of Forth River in Central Scotland. Aberdour Hotel is perfectly situated for golf breaks with some of the finest golf courses in Scotland near-by. Aberdour Hotel dates back to the 17th century yet the sixteen bedrooms are all newly refurbished with en-suite facilities.
Covenanters Inn
Auldearn, nr. Inverness, Nairn, Invernessshire, GB
Covenanters Inn is a family-run hotel located in the small country village of Auldearn, just 2 miles from Nairn between Inverness and Elgin in Moray, an ideal location from which to explore the stunning scenery of the North and West Highlands. Covenanters Inn dates back to the 17th century and offers 14 comfortable ground floor bedrooms, a restaurant and a large car park.
Lodge Forest Visitor Centre Youth Campsite
Cowal & Trossachs Forest District, Aberfoyle, Stirling, GB
Youth Campsite's are informal designated sites run by the Forestry Commission, which are tent only campsites. These sites are a great way for providing youth groups with an outdoor experience with the feeling of wild camping. There are no facilities on our campsites so the group will need to be prepared to experience everything the great outdoors has to offer. If in doubt, follow SOAC (www.Outdooraccess-scotland.
Queensferry Hotel
St Margaret's Head, North Queensferry, Fife, GB
Queensferry Hotel is a 3 star hotel in Scotland. Located in the historic town of Fife overlooking the iconic Forth Bridges, Queensferry Hotel has undergone an extensive refurbishment including bedrooms, the bar, restaurant area and reception in a classic contemporary style.
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