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Scotland Cottages

Scotland is filled with wonderful attractions, from the natural beauty of Loch Ness to historical landmarks such as Edinburgh Castle. All of these destinations are within easy reach of most of our quirky places to stay in Scotland.

When you book one of our unique holiday cottages in Scotland, you are within easy reach of the Highlands. Spend time in the Cairngorms National Park and take part in a variety of activities such as mountain biking, hiking, climbing and canoeing. If you visit in winter, you can try some skiing. Close to the Highlands is Aberdeenshire, home to the city of Aberdeen. One of its most popular attractions is St Machar’s Cathedral, which dates back to the 12th century. Legend tells that the left arm of William Wallace is buried somewhere within the cathedral’s walls.

Scotland is renowned for its exceptional castles, ranging from stately homes to historic ruins. Our unique holiday cottages in Scotland mean that you can visit places such as the city of Edinburgh. A great time to visit is in the summer when the various festivals are taking place. This part of Edinburgh and the Lothians is also home to Edinburgh Castle and many other cultural attractions such as museums and galleries.

A trip to the Isle of Skye is always one to be remembered. Not only is it packed with unique places to stay in Scotland, but it also offers plenty of attractions. You could spend time with the family on one of the beaches or head to one of the towns to do a little shopping and then relax afterward in a restaurant with a tasty bite to eat. The town of Portree is the largest on the island and is a popular destination for visitors.

If you want to stay in unusual holiday cottages in Scotland, you will have the opportunity to visit some of the region’s more unusual attractions. Pay a visit to the Birnam Oak and Sycamore, located in Perthshire. This is the tree that features in Macbeth. William Shakespeare himself saw this tree in 1599 when he was touring the area with his acting troupe. You could also spend some time at Torwood Blue Pool or Maggie Wall’s Memorial, located in Dunning.

For a wonderful family holiday in Scotland, contact us today and you could soon be looking forward to a relaxing stay in one of our unique holiday cottages in Scotland.

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