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Fine dining at Crowne Plaza is runaway success

February 10, 2019

Airport hotels live in a peculiar world which revolves around flight timetables and guests arriving or leaving at speed and possibly without much expectation about the cuisine, such is the basic functionality of it all – a bed for the night and then off again on your travels.

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Eating out at The Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore

August 30, 2018

Aviemore is a holiday destination that truly has something for everyone, whether that be nightlife, exploring the great outdoors or treating yourself to a bit of pampering. But what about eating out? Sure, there are plenty of little eateries dotted throughout the main thoroughfare, but where should the discerning YL restaurant reviewer head to carry out an undercover critique?

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Eating out at Tartan Tapas, Inverness

August 22, 2018

"How do you fancy going out for lunch?” Words which are sure to raise my spirits. As soon as my other half had uttered them I was imagining a nice cosy bistro or perhaps one of those trendy minimalist modern establishments. I was salivating at the prospect.

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Eating out: The Davron Hotel, Rosehearty

July 19, 2018

Standing on the white, sandy beach, the water gently lapping the shoreline was a beautiful shade of turquoise blue. The sun was beating down from a cloudless sky and the only sound to be heard was the occasional twang of a mast halyard of a wee yacht moored in the harbour.

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Restaurant review: Dornoch Castle Hotel

May 26, 2018

Dornoch Castle Hotel is one of Sutherland’s landmark buildings and sits in a prime spot opposite the 17th-Century cathedral once at the centre of a media storm after pop singer Madonna – then at the height of her fame – and film director Guy Ritchie had their baby Rocco christened there 18 years ago.

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Review: To Kill a Mockingbird

February 17, 2015

Regent’s Park Theatre's production of To Kill a Mockingbird bridges the gap between actor and audience member in a powerful and direct way.

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Breakneck tour through history of comedy makes head spin

February 12, 2015

Having tackled such huge subjects as the Bible, the full works of William Shakespeare and western civilisation, the trio of performers known as "the bad boys of abbreviation" took on the world of comedy during their Eden Court Theatre show.

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