When you wake up in Roch Castle Hotel, take a moment to think about all the other people who have slept within these walls before you.
Discover #OMGB moments: Heritage
Britain packs a world-class punch when it comes to heritage. Every inch of this island is crammed with layer upon layer of history, from prehistoric burial sites to legends of international appeal. Where else can you stay overnight in castles that have withstood both sieges and royal guests, dress up in period costume and parade through a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or soak in the same mineral-rich thermal waters that warmed the Romans and Celts? When you’re exploring clifftop castles, teeing off on a 600-year-old golf course or drinking in establishments that have sheltered literary giants, you can only be in Britain!
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Tintagel Castle is imbued with drama and intrigue. It teeters over a precipitous headland on the northern edge of Cornwall and its millenia-long history teems with battles, romance, myths and legend.
The reward as you stand at the top of 244 metre (800ft) Arthur’s Seat after a 45-minute hike through Holyrood Park is a 360-degree view of Edinburgh’s castle, Georgian crescents and spires, and beyond the city to the Forth Bridge, the east coast and the Highlands.
People have been playing golf at St Andrews Links for 600 years, so when you play a round at the Old Course, you’re following in the footsteps of golf’s original pioneers and modern-day champions, including Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy.