Our Scotland travel advisors are unmatched in their level of expertise. In order to be designated a Scotland specialist, our consultants must not only be experienced in designing travel, they must also spend extensive time in the country. They are constantly researching the best properties and places to see and experience. You can be confident that you have found the top source for information and travel opportunities in Scotland. Contact one of our Scotland travel advisors above to get started.
Know Before You Go
- Insider's Guides for Europe
- Insider's Guide to Scotland
- An Inside Look at the Belmond Royal Scotsman
- Insider Experiences in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Paris
- Where to Go in Europe
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What is the best way to reach Glasgow from the Gatwick International Airport?
The Easyjet is actually a very easy way to navigate, and is also relatively inexpensive. The first train leaves at 5:00am. However, Easyjet is very strict with weigth and the number of bags you have (both checked and carry-on). You are allowed one carry-on only, which for women would be a purse!
Can you book tee-times in advance?
Absolutely! In fact, at some of the more prestigious and famed courses, we recommend booking tee-times as soon as possible. Because of Brownell’s preferred partner status with several on-site companies in Scotland, we can even arrange tee-times and jump the wait list at some of the most exclusive courses like St. Andrews and Carnoustie.
What is there to do besides golf?
While it is known for its world-renowned golf courses, there are actually lots of things to do in Scotland! Enjoy hiking, birding, fishing, horseback riding, hunting, and whiskey tours to name a few! A Few castles and hotels even have riflery and archery available to guests.
Brownell Preferred Properties
Brownell uses a world-wide network of connections to select the perfect property for your unique tastes, interests and budget. The map below features a few of our preferred properties - from charming independent hotels to luxurious five-star resorts.
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