Highland's fling

Dunn, J.C.
September 1987
National Geographic Traveler;Autumn87, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p22
Warmhearted hospitality awaits visitors to Scotland's north country--a moody land of misty lochs, heather-strewn moors, and wind-whipped isles. Travelers can enjoy luxury at castles, shooting lodges and country houses--fine places to try out the tweedy lifestyle of the Scottish lairds.


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