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The Great Game: Waterloo Replayed

More than 200 years after the final defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte changed the course of European history the bloody Battle of Waterloo is to be […]

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On 18 June 1746 Scottish heroine Flora MacDonald met Bonnie Prince Charlie and helped him to escape over the sea to Skye. You can fin d out more about Flora at Armadale Castle, Gardens & Museum – the ancestral home where she was married bit.ly/2NHPR9J @ArmadaleCastleSkye See MoreSee Less

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Heading to Scotland for a summer holiday, weekend break, staycation, some whisky or golf? Check out our guide to all the great places to stay featured in Scotland Correspondent magazine and see for yourself what they have to offer bit.ly/2XiWtT4
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Want to know what our Gin columnist Fiona Holland made of Hills & Harbour Gin by @craftydistillery? Read her review in our regular monthly feature on Scottish Gins in Scotland Correspondent magazine bit.ly/2F17Y7B See MoreSee Less

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Luxury rooms, excellent food and a well-stocked bar with more than 500 whiskies, surrounded by spectacular scenery and an abundance of history in the heart of stunning Speyside whisky, golf and castle country – the Station Hotel, Rothes. Wow! bit.ly/2WOkv8x
But be warned – one night is never going to be enough to enjoy all that’s on offer at the hotel and surrounding area.
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