About Scotland

Stunning scenery. Friendly people. Great shopping. Historic buildings. Crisp, fresh mornings melting into mellow afternoons. Some of the liveliest nightlife in Europe.

Welcome to Scotland – and welcome to Woodfield House your Scottish hideaway with a difference.

No matter when you come to Scotland, you’ll find a warm welcome waiting – if only the same could be said of our weather!


From St. Andrew’s Old Course to the stunning scenery at Gleneagles Hotel and Golf Club, you won’t find better gold than right here in Scotland. Perthshire alone boasts over 40 courses, and the rest of the country is equally well-supplied. Find the course of your dreams at Golf Scotland.com


Scotland’s second city, Glasgow, is said to offer the best shopping outside London, whilst the capital, Edinburgh, is fast catching up. Harvey Nichols , Versace and Louis Vuitton all have stores in Scotland, and you’ll find an eclectic mix of high street, designer and specialist shops on offer, too.

Historic days out

Scotland’s history is as dramatic as its scenery, with bloody battles, romantic liaisons and political machinations a-plenty. Visit Mary, Queen of Scot’s birthplace at Linlithgow Palace, see the Scottish Crown jewels at Edinburgh Castle, or visit the scene of Robert the Bruce’s famous victory at Bannockburn.

Scotland is a living history book just waiting to be opened. Visit Historic Scotland.gov.uk for more information.

Eating Out

Whether you’re looking for traditional Scottish fayre or fine dining, you’ve come to the right place. Haggis, neeps and tatties is the national dish, but you’ll find cuisine from every culture you can think of in Scotland’s wide selection of restaurants. You’ll find a comprehensive restaurant guide at Welcome Scotland.com