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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. Edward

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage had everything we needed for our weeks stay, even 2 pints of milk. The kitchen has every utensil you'll ever need (although I needed the Pyrex bowl for my cereal). The owner had very handy post it notes around the cottage. The big leather couch and chairs were very comfortable to unwind on. There was a handy note about the midges as well (yes they can get very irritating) urging us to keep the doors and windows closed. We picked up shopping from Tesco in Thurso before our arrival and topped up what we needed from the local store which had more products than we thought it would. The nearest Spar and petrol garage is in Tongue.The one and only downside was the wifi not working. The phone line had no dial tone either. If we had kids that couldn't use iPads etc it would have been a long week. Be aware of your mobile phone coverage before you visit Sutherland, some are better than others. All in all we would stay and visit the area again. We also ended up driving 1900 miles that week to make sure we visited as many tourist places as we could."
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  2. Richard

    Verified purchase

    "Unfortunately, major water main works were taking place that we had not been made aware of prior to our stay. These works according to a local water company letter found in the property are to upgrade the water main to the nearby small school. Two days we were subject to heavy machinery noises working from 7am until 6pm. Not a nice and quiet location as expected. The area directly outside the property was quite a mess from the excavations for the new pipe.Spoilt the holiday really as we were expecting peace and quiet out in a tiny hamlet in the countryside.The property itself was very good however, we enjoyed the games room during the evenings when all was quite again.If we had been made aware of the works going ahead, at least we could have made a decision to visit or not. In this case, probably not."
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  3. Neil

    Verified purchase

    "This is our second visit to S22961 the last was during the summer 2014 this previous visit was just prior to Easter 2015 again we touched lucky with the weather. As in the previous visit we found everything to our liking and the peace and the quiet where fantastic. the cottage is in a tranquil area of Glen Lethnot and is within easy reach of not only the lochs but also the beach and the Cairngorns. Alison and Robert are very welcoming and (if needed) are at the end of a phone. We left our holiday on the Saturday with heavy hearts as we did not want to leave the dogs have not stopped sulking since we left. All in all another fantastic holiday and we would recommend the cottage to anyone especially if your looking for the peace and quiet and just want to escape the hustle and bustle of a busy town or city."
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  4. June

    Verified purchase

    "This cottage is very rural so perfect for a quiet relaxing holiday. It is in a beautiful location with stunning scenery and lovely sea views from it. The village shop is well stocked and the Fish man ( who sells great fresh fish) visits once a week. We loved being a 10 minute wall from a beach where our dog could swim and there are lots of walks. We loved exploring the area. The Craggan, the local pub has a nice restaurant,serves food all day and we had a delicious lunch there(unfortunately a mile away)Our stay was very comfortable, well equipped, all your needs catered for but the decor is a bit dated and tired. But plenty of parking space and large garden. We had a wonderful holiday and would like to return."
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  5. Julie

    Verified purchase

    "A perfect base to visit Skye and the surrounding area, the cottage was beautiful and warm which was nice to come back to after a long day of walking and exploring. The garden was well maintained and peaceful to sit in, you could hear the waterfall at the back of the garden which was very relaxing. The cottage itself was cosy and comfortable and set back off the main road so it was quite. Inside it had everything you needed, well equipped kitchen and the owner left tea, coffee and biscuits which was a lovely touch. We would definitely recommend this lovely little cottage, it was homely and comfortable."
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