Thursday, March 17th, 2016
When it comes to things to do in the Highlands, all our guests are spoilt for choice. With the unofficial capital of the Scottish Highlands only a stone’s throw away from Perfect Manors, there’s no end to the fun things you can do with the wee ones during your stay.
From outdoor adventures at Whin Park and Ness Islands train rides, to Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness cruises, the Highlands is a haven for families looking to create new memories or in search of their next big adventure.
Shrouded in centuries of myth and mystery, the Highlands happens to be one of the most romantic places in all of Scotland. It is a place of wild, untamed beauty and breath-taking scenery. A place where history, castles and fortresses abound. Which means it is the perfect place to fall in love all over again. Spend a day exploring our beautiful gardens hand in hand, step back in time with a tour of Urquhart Castle, or cosy up with a glass of wine in front of a log fire in one of our beautiful castle rooms.
As one of the largest whisky-producing regions in the world, it is not surprising that the demand for things to do in the Highlands that involve whisky is pretty big. Set in the heart of the Highlands, and only a short drive away from the whisky-producing region of Speyside, Perfect Manors is perfectly positioned for both the seasoned connoisseur and single malt novice alike. Whether you are looking to tour whisky distilleries in the region or enjoy the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival, mastering the malt has never been easier.
When it comes to things to do in the Highlands, no list would be complete without mentioning golf. With some of the best golf courses in the world, teeing off in the Highlands is par for the course. There are three amazing golf courses close to our beautiful estate. With fantastic views, an outstanding setting and challenging fairways, the historic Castle Stuart Golf Course is always a golfing favourite. With a few challenging rounds for amateurs and pros alike, golfers travel far and wide for a chance to play on the beautiful Nairn Golf Course in Inverness-shire. If you’re looking for a once in a lifetime golfing opportunity, you could always swing into action at one of the top ten golf courses in the world, the Royal Dornoch Golf Course.