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Couple eating by a stone wall, with mountains in background
9 Feb 2024

There’s romance in the air at our places

Scots look for a love of the outdoors when searching for a partner, according to new research carried out for the Trust.

A man walking through a woodland of tall Douglas firs. Sunlight is streaming through the trees.
18 Oct 2023

Why we love the Hermitage

Thundering falls, a cathedral of trees and wildlife galore – there are SO many reasons why we love this very special place.

A white-walled Edwardian mansion house stands on a slight hill. Terraced gardens lie before it.
15 Sep 2023

Why we love Hill of Tarvit Mansion & Garden

Hear from the Hill of Tarvit team about why they love this timelessly elegant property in Fife.

Newhailes House seen across the lawn, with tall leafy trees framing the shot.
31 Aug 2023

Why we love Newhailes House & Gardens

Members of the Newhailes team share some of the reasons why they love this place of magical spaces, just on Edinburgh’s doorstep.

A view of a grand stately house, which is essentially oblong in shape except for two crenellated towers at the front of the house. A large lawn lies in front of the house. A tarmac drive runs all the way round the house.
22 Aug 2023

Why we love House of the Binns

Members of the House of the Binns team share some of their highlights of this remarkable house near Linlithgow.

A view of a meadow-style border in Pitmedden Garden on a sunny day. Electric blue thistles are in the foreground. A large hedge and dome-shaped tree are in the background, with Pitmedden House just peeking over the top.
14 Aug 2023

Why we love Pitmedden Garden

A garden that’s good for the soul and good for the planet! Members of our team and visitors at Pitmedden Garden share why they love this special place.

A waterfall tumbles down a lush green hillside on a sunny day.
14 Jul 2023

Why we love Grey Mare’s Tail Nature Reserve

With a mesmerising waterfall and a spectacular ‘surprise’ loch, members of our ranger team share some of the reasons to explore this nature reserve near Moffat.

A 200-year-old wooden hand loom is set up with orange threads. It is huge! It has the wool threaded into various wooden parts. Pedals can be seen in a hole in the stone floor.
6 Jul 2023

Why we love Weaver’s Cottage

Our inspirational team share some of the many reasons why they love working at this atmospheric cottage near Paisley.

Looking up at Barry Mill from the old road that passes by the Barry Burn. Tall trees surround the mill and its related outbuildings. A group of people stand chatting in the distance.
20 Jun 2023

Why we love Barry Mill

Hear from members of our team at Barry Mill about why they love this peaceful place with a fascinating social history.