The Hello Team share their favourite places in Scotland - where they are looking forward to relaxing after a hectic month of incentives!
For all you incentive planners out there, you’ll know all about May Madness! We’re in the midst of one of the busiest times of the year for incentive travel, but the Hello team have quickly shared their ‘moments of calm’, telling us where they retreat to for some peace and relaxation after a hard incentive season.
Sarah: The Carrick Spa at Cameron House
“This is without a doubt one of the best spa’s I have ever been to, and it’s picturesque location on the banks of Loch Lomond make it the perfect relaxing getaway. Specifically I love chilling out in the rooftop infinity pool!”
Claire: Loch Fyne
“When I want to get away from it all, I take my camper van (and my husband!) and we head of across Scotland on a wee adventure. One of my favourite places for a relaxing break is the banks of Loch Fyne, where we wrap up warm and take a long stroll… it’s a great way to blow the cobwebs away!”
Bill: Arisaig & the West of Scotland
I’m mentioned on the blog before about my love of the west coast of Scotland, in particular, Arisaig. There is something about being on the moors with my dogs that is so refreshing. Perhaps it’s the fresh, brisk air, the vastness of the landscape or that I get the chance to get away from the hustle and bustle, mobile phones and laptops!
Kirsty: Scotland’s Wilderness
When I want to relax I get out of the city and head to the Highlands & Shetland, to anywhere where I can go walking, hiking, biking, have a picnic and then cosy up for the night in a little bothy in the countryside!
Elaine: A massage at the Boathouse on Loch Turret
The Boathouse on Loch Turret is tucked away from the world on the edge of the Loch, with a feeling you are miles from anywhere! It’s an exclusive venue where I’d love to take my mum, sister and girl friends for the day! I’d organise a lunch and some therapists so that we could have our own spa and tranquillity day!
Lisa: Mountain Biking in the Scottish Borders
When I want a weekend away I always go to the Peebles in the Borders for a weekend of mountain biking. Glentress trails are fun and the cakes at the Hub café are delicious! Innerliethen is tough ride but well worth the effort, and best of all you finish the day with a hearty Scottish meal in a local pub! The perfect relaxation remedy.
Kate: Inverlochy Castle
After a Visit Scotland FAM trip to Inverness and the Highlands I feel in love with Inverlochy Castle and it’s location – nestled in the foothills of the mighty Ben Nevis. The rooms are exquisite, the restaurant has a Michelin Star and the dining rooms are decorated with furniture gifted by the King of Norway… it’s my number one dream escape! Here's some of my photos...
Where is your favourite chill out place in Scotland?