Holiday cottages in Scotland

Discover Scotland's history, nature, and culture by staying in our cosy holiday cottages. Explore the historic streets of Edinburgh, where ancient cobblestones echo with tales of royals and rebels. Or wander through the mystical beauty of the Highlands. Discover the remote beauty of the Isle of Skye, where cliffs plunge into the sea and fairy pools beckon with crystal-clear waters. You can experience Scotland's vibrant culture in its cities, ceilidh dances, and festivals. Sample Scotch whisky in the heart of its homeland and savour hearty Scottish cuisine, from haggis to freshly caught seafood. Our holiday cottages in Scotland provide a welcoming retreat amid this majestic landscape. Whether you seek outdoor adventures, cultural immersion, or peaceful solitude, Scotland has it all.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our holiday cottages in Scotland

Scotland is a diverse and captivating country with a wealth of things to see and do. If you want a little more opulence then why not treat yourself to one of our Scotland luxury cottages, or even our cottages with pool in Scotland? Looking to book a romantic getaway our Scotland cottages with hot tubs tick all the right boxes. 

Here are the top five experiences to have in Scotland:

  1. Edinburgh: Explore the capital city's historic and cultural attractions, including the Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, and the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Don't miss the annual Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world's largest arts festival.

  2. Highland Landscapes: Venture into the Scottish Highlands, where you can hike in Glen Coe, visit Loch Ness, and marvel at the dramatic landscapes. The Scottish Highlands offer some of the most breathtaking natural scenery in the UK.

  3. Whisky Tasting: Sample Scotland's national drink by visiting whisky distilleries. Regions like Speyside, Islay, and the Highlands are renowned for their whisky production. Take guided tours to learn about the whisky-making process and enjoy tastings.

  4. Island Hopping: Explore Scotland's islands, such as the Isle of Skye, Orkney Islands, and the Outer Hebrides. Each island has its unique charm, from rugged landscapes to ancient archaeological sites.

  5. Scottish Castles: Discover Scotland's rich history through its many castles. Some of the most famous include Stirling Castle, Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness, and Eilean Donan Castle. Many are open to the public, offering a glimpse into the past.

Bonus: Scotland is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. You can go hiking in the Cairngorms, enjoy water sports on Loch Lomond, or play golf on some of the world's most famous courses, like St. Andrews.

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