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Introducing Scotland Holiday Accommodation

Home of the haggis and the Agony Bags (AKA bagpipes), Scotland might be small, but it packs an awful lot into its tartan britches. Book a Scotland Holiday Cottage and you'll be introduced to a world where mythical monsters (allegedly) live in lakes, crumbling historic castles look as though they're fresh from a fairytale, and the great outdoors is just begging to be explored.

As well as being one of the most beautiful parts of the UK, Scotland has a thriving and vibrant arts scene going on. You'll find a theatre or live-music venue in most of the larger towns and cities – but nowhere is Scotland's dedication to artistic endeavours more proudly displayed than at the Edinburgh Festival. Our Scottish holiday cottages tend to book out fast around festival-time so, if you want to treat your family or loved one to a week or so of the beautiful, the moving and the downright bizarre, it's worth getting your skates on and booking a holiday cottage in advance.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. Q. What are the best Scottish holiday cottages?

      • The best holiday cottages in Scotland include The Kennels Bothy in Beauly, The Bothy holiday home in Bridge Of Earn and Waulkmill in Bentpath. This holiday cottage even has its own enclosed garden. Opt for one of our cosy cottages in rural Perthshire complete with wood burning stove, or book a self-catering holiday in a picturesque village close to the Trossachs National Park. For something a bit more exclusive, consider one of our luxury apartments in the vibrant city of Edinburgh or a romantic retreat in a quiet location. 
  2. Q. What are the best dog-friendly holiday cottages in Scotland?

    • Your four-legged friend deserves a Scottish adventure just as much as you! The most popular Scottish cottages for a pet-friendly holiday include Rock Cottage in Eyemouth, near the Scottish Borders; The Shepherd’s Hut in Montrose and Pleacairn Cottage in Annan. Opt for a cottage along the stunning coastline on the Isle of Lewis to let your dog explore the sea shore and pristine beaches, or head inland to the Cairngorms National Park for a touch of wildlife spotting or to simply admire the diverse landscape on the whisky trail for a real taste of Scotland.
  3. Q. How can I choose from your many cottages in Scotland?

    • It can be tough to choose between our huge range of self catering cottages, so it pays to be picky and know what you like! Some of our most popular holiday homes feature beautiful views, four poster bed and log fires for the ultimate in romantic cottages. If you're visiting Scotland in a large group and are looking for the perfect place to stay, try one of our stately homes with multiple bedrooms and that all important open fire. For the more adventurous family, choose a working farm or one of our holiday cottages a short drive from the outdoor activities that Scotland is famous for. Rafting or horse riding anyone? Or for the sea-faring folk amongst you, opt for one of our self-catering coastal cottages in St Andrews and make the most of those sea views. If you're looking to get away straight away, check out our late availability deals and book the cottage of your dreams today!

Popular Destinations in Scotland

 

As well as holiday cottages, Scotland is packed with attractions and things to see and so, whether you're on the coast, just over the Scottish Borders or enjoying the countryside inland. For a look at the scenery at its unspoilt best, it doesn't get much better than the Isle of Skye. With mountains clawing at the sky, glittering lochs and a ragged, rugged coastline, it's a feast for the senses. For hustle and bustle with a bit of history thrown in, you can't beat Edinburgh. Riddled with winding backstreets, excellent shopping and the imposing castle sitting on top, booking one of holiday cottages in Scotland here gives you access to everything you could need for a break.

 

With a rich history featuring many a kilted battle and the largest lake in Britain, Loch Lomond is a great place to escape the summer crowds. Not to be outdone, Loch Ness is the only loch in Scotland that boasts its own beastie and you can take part in holiday activities including monster-spotting trips across its tranquil waters. And then there's the food to consider- Scotland offers some of the finest fare in the country, from outstanding fish and seafood to the much-prized Aberdeen Angus. Whatever you want from your break, booking one of our holiday cottages in Scotland is the first step towards a well-earned rest.

 

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