Edinburgh’s Christmas 2018!

Edinburgh's Christmas 2018

 

Celebrate the festive period in style and experience Edinburgh’s spectacular Christmas this year. Situated in New Town, in the heart of Edinburgh City centre for 6 […]

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The Royal Wedding

Prince Harry & Meghan

Prince Harry, fifth in line to the British throne, will marry beautiful bride – to – be, American actress famously known for her role in Suits, Meghan Markle. The Royal […]

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Chelsea Flower Show

Chelsea Flower Show

The Chelsea Flower Show is the world’s most famous flower and gardening event since 1912. Located in the grounds of the Royal Hospital in Chelsea, London, this prestigious show runs […]

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Cheltenham – Historical Town

The vibrant town of Cheltenham, located on the borders of the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, is an attractive weekend break favourite amongst tourists. Also known as a regency spa town, Cheltenham has […]

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North Coast 500 Route

Highland Cow

The official North Coast 500 Route (NC500) is a circular road trip that starts and ends at Inverness Castle and is Scotland’s version of the famous U.S. Route 66. With […]

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The History of Inverness – Places to Visit

Battle of Culloden

Inverness is one of the oldest towns in Scotland and the history dates back to 6th century AD, when it was an ancient city where St Columba was meant to […]

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Christmas in Edinburgh

Christmas Market Edinburgh

Christmas in Edinburgh is a truly magical experience for the whole family. It’s the perfect city to visit, with so many Christmas events, all within walking distance of the Knight Residence […]

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Edinburgh’s Historic Grassmarket

Grassmarket Old Castle

Edinburgh’s Grassmarket is a historic market place and an events space in the Old Town of Edinburgh, Just a short walk away from The Knight Residence.

The Grassmarket is located directly […]

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Shepherd Market – Mayfair, London

Shepher Market

Located directly behind 44 Curzon Street, Shepherd Market was developed in 1735-46 by Edward Shepherd and comprises a number of small side streets with a charming square and piazza.

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