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The Internet Guide to Scotland was launched in May 1996.
Its sister web site, The Chatelaine's Scottish Castles, was started in January 1997.

Both web sites are designed and maintained solely by me, Daniel Mackenzie-Winters.

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Largely based on my personal travels around Scotland, this 80,000-word guide (launched in 1996) contains details on transport, sightseeing, activities and accommodation with particular emphasis on the Highlands and Islands (including the Outer Hebrides / Western Isles).

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As far as I know, the information on this web site is correct.
However, if you find out otherwise, please tell me nicely and I will change it.
If you are planning a visit to Scotland, I recommend that you double-check the facts
before you make definite arrangements, to avoid any possible disappointment or inconvenience.
Accommodation prices, visitor attraction opening times and such like are subject to change at any time