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Holiday Cottages in Scotland

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 one of our Scotland Cottages and you’ll be introduced to a world where mythical monsters (allegedly) live in lakes, crumbling castles look as though they’re fresh from a fairytale, and the countryside 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 Scotland 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 in advance.

Where in Scotland should we go?

Scotland is packed with attractions and things to see and so, whether you’re on the coast 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, with 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.

The scene of 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 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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Holiday Cottages In Scotland

More Scotland Cottages

Holiday Cottages in Scotland

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 one of our Scotland Cottages and you’ll be introduced to a world where mythical monsters (allegedly) live in lakes, crumbling castles look as though they’re fresh from a fairytale, and the countryside 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 Scotland 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 in advance.

Where in Scotland should we go?

Scotland is packed with attractions and things to see and so, whether you’re on the coast 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, with 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.

The scene of 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 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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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in scotland.

  1. Mrs K

    Verified purchase

    "A brilliant holiday cottage. The owner was lovely and very helpful. We were welcomed with a bowl of chocolates and a bottle of wine. Our initial exploration of the house was fun (I loved the two utility rooms, the children loved the 'secret room' and the grandparents loved the conservatory). Obviously the pool is amazing and we all loved it. (By the way, there are separate pool towels provided and there is a shower/changing room plus a toilet in the pool room). The pictures do not do the cottage justice. It is much larger than I imagined.This is not your normal holiday cottage. It was obvious that the cottage used to be a home when looking at all of the trophies, knick knacks and the kitchen equipment (how many holiday cottages have a bread maker or five corkscrews?!) and this is the biggest plus point yet the biggest downfall of the cottage. Personally I would prefer a much more minimalistic look whilst on holiday rather than looking at someone else's idea of what to display and worrying about my toddler swiping it all week. But, the kitchen was better equipped than most holiday cottages and this made life much easier (could do with a couple more baking sheets, other than that it was great). The sofas in the lounge are ageing and the decor is quite dated. I lost count of the number of fake plants! But the space in the cottage makes up for the decor. The separate shower room had the best shower, the bath is huge and there are loads of towels plus hand soap and toilet rolls provided. The kitchen also has loads of tea towels and hand towels.The cottage was spotlessly clean. There wasn't even a speck of dust on any of the ornaments nor on the skirting board behind a sofa.The garden is totally open on to fields. This is not clear in the photos of the cottage. This could be a problem if you have toddlers and don't like running after them. We enjoyed watching the tractors come and cut the grass and collect it while we were there but did have to supervise the children and ensure that they stayed within the garden area for the three days that there were tractors in the fields. Not that we wanted any more space as the garden is a great size for children to run around and ride bikes.There is loads of parking space. We found that the Tesco van could pull up close to the side door and unload easily in to the kitchen (just as well with Scotland's charge for bags).Dumfries was a great area for a holiday. Particular highlights included a trip to Sandy Hills Bay for a gorgeous beach and a trip to Drumlanrig castle for a walk around the gardens and grounds plus a play in the adventure playground. We visited Edinburgh whilst staying here which took about two hours in the car. The cottage is on the outskirts of Dumfries and is very easy to find.Our children really didn't want to leave and are already pestering to go back next year. I guess that's the best indication of a great holiday. The guestbook shows that a lot of people return to the cottage and I can see why."
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  2. Sarah

    Verified purchase

    "We had a great week at S72731. The house is in a great location, close to the centre of Dundee but surrounded by farmland which is perfect for guests with dogs! The house was very clean and had everything you could possibly need during your stay (we were even able to bake a birthday cake with the available kitchen utensils!). The hosts were friendly and helpful and had gone the extra mile - with a lovely little welcome hamper on our arrival and chocolates on the bed.It's great for children, we had two young children and they loved the garden with its swing set and sandpit. As well as watching the cows and calves in the field next door! There's a great room for dogs to stay in, a Cody lounge and playroom with lots of DVDs and games to play.We were a group of seven adults, two toddlers and a dog and this accommodation couldn't have been more perfect!"
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  3. Ian

    Verified purchase

    "The owner Robert takes great care of his customers which results in a comfortable quintessential Victorian country cottage set in lovely quiet surroundings on the edge of a large estate. He ensures that the client is satisfied with all aspects of the cottage and assures them he is available to solve any problems although everything was perfect. The landscaped garden is a delight and fully enclosed if you bring your dog. We were greeted with background music and battery lit candles throughout - a nice touch. We will not repeat what others have said about the welcome provisions other than to say - WOW. A minor but exceptional touch was that there was a pound coin beside the telephone in case you don't have one handy. Superb cottage, excellent stay and exceptional attention to detail."
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  4. Heather

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely welcoming cottage. Overwhelmed by Robert's generosity with regards the Welcome Pack. So many thoughtful items, unbelievable amount of food and toiletries provided. We were even welcomed with Easter Eggs for each of us along with a lovely Easter planted basket arrangement. Lovely views from garden which is very peaceful and secure for dogs. Daily visit from a pheasant added to the atmosphere. Plenty logs and coal provided for the open fire. Wanted for nothing during our stay. Would agree that the double bedroom is tight for space and storage but did not detract from the holiday. This room is accessed from both the lounge and the dining room. Lots of books and games for everyone. Easy access to Dundee and the coast. Overall, a very enjoyable stay."
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  5. Ken

    Verified purchase

    "Excellent stay here in August 2017, large farmhouse, 4 double bedrooms with 2 en-suite. large kitchen/dining room, very comfortable living room and huge utility/dogs room. In addition there is covered games area with a large kennel beside it. Large secure garden with a couple of kids swings and a fenced sandpit. Superb for family or friends holidays. Strawberries from the farm shop are delicious, much better than any supermarket ones!Slight downsides - steep bank in the garden, steep steps to the bins. Cupboards in the kitchen full of utensils so we had to store non perishable food in one of the large cupboards in the utility room.All in all a great place to stay, within easy reach of Dundee, Perth, St Andrews and great scenery in the Sidlaw Hills."
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