snaptrip map pin snaptrip map pin

We're driving all routes for you

Search by

Holiday Cottages In Scotland To Rent Save up to 60% on your UK Holiday

Live Availability. Live Prices. Book Instantly!

Just show me the Scotland deals this weekend >

  • “From deciding to go away for a week and hitting the internet to actually finding and booking a cottage took us less than an hour.”

    Mark

  • “Perfect accommodation, perfect location, perfect weekend (even the weather held out)”

    Stuart Wiggans

  • “Snaptrip had fabulous customer service and found me the perfect apartment in the location I wanted at a cheaper price to competitors”

    Beck

  • “Easy to use and an absolute life saver!”

    A. Reynolds

  • “The perfect last minute solution”

    Helen

  • “Great site, easy to use”

    Becky

  • “Excellent, efficient and speedy service”

    DFS

  • “Great selection and good value...awesome!”

    Kerry

Holiday Cottages In Scotland To Rent

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.

More Scotland Cottages

Holiday Cottages In Scotland To Rent

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.

More Scotland Cottages

About Scotland

What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in scotland to rent.

  1. David

    Verified purchase

    "There are a lot of plus points for this property. Contemporary design, layout, location, and every probable piece of equipment you'd need is there, from maps to a sewing kit.The enclosed large garden is a big plus for dog owners, especially as there are sheep virtually on the doorstep.We had glorious sun for most of the weeks stay and the large South (ish) facing glass windows allowed the house to heat up to a very comfortable level for the time of year. (Yes the heating system and or log fire worked perfectly too)The house is exactly as described, but there is one reason we wouldn't stay there again which I'll end with.Nearby Knapdale Forest has a multitude of tracks to walk on or mountain bike, plus the Beaver Trail is nearby too. Wildlife everywhere you look.Not sure if a disabled or infirm person would manage too well in the property, though there are only about ten steps in total in the split level house, a few from the lower floor to main living area, and then a few more to the kitchen or smaller bedroom at the back.The showers are powerful and plenty of hot water,The main bed is on the firm side but that's a preference thing, there was nothing wrong with it. We had no need to use the smaller bedroom.We arrived on the back of some wet weather on the West Coast of Scotland (does it do anything else?) But we never had a days rain all the time we were there which leads to my last point.The water supply is 'private'. I'm not sure if it's a well, or what? But we immediately noticed the supply to the house was discoloured a brown peaty colour on arrival. A call to the keyholder provided the explanation it had been raining heavily and this was the cause. The water I was assured was safe to drink and was treated by a system under the house. By running the taps it 'may' runner clearer.It hardly did all week. Very off putting running a bath that looked like a cup of tea without the milk in it, never mind drinking it. Cue trip to the shop and extra expense to buy bottled water.Maybe we were unlucky? Only one other family had made mention of it in the guestbook from around 2 years ago.I've still rated this house highly as it was very nice otherwise."
    See property >
  2. Sue

    Verified purchase

    "S23056 is delightful! The cottage - more a house really - is lovely, and was extremely clean and tidy on arrival. Each bedroom having its own bathroom is great, although we were just one couple staying. The kitchen is well equipped. Must say that the double bed has a hard mattress, which didn't help a back problem! For some reason the television is tuned to Yorkshire TV, but we left it that way as we only wanted the weather forecast and we could get that through other means. The only slight complaint is that the huge main sitting room window doesn't have blinds high up so on a very sunny day it does make the room seriously warm - 34 degrees C when we arrived! The views are wonderful and the local wildlife superb - we saw red squirrel in next door's garden, red deer on the hillside behind, lots of birdlife, and to top it all a pine marten ran across the road as we drove to Crinan! The area is very quiet, with hardly any traffic when we were there, and most of the other houses close by are holiday rentals.We had a great time!!"
    See property >
  3. Susan

    Verified purchase

    "I am reluctant to say what we thought of S23056 for fear that it will get too popular! Starting with the road from Lochgilphead, it winds through enchanting lochs and forests before turning into Inverlussa. Just past the church through the gates where the garden is large, safe and secure with plenty of parking. The house is well equipped, centrally heated and cosy; 2 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms as well as a separate nook/retreat on the ground floor next to yet another shower room. Not only does the living room have a wood burner but the gable of the house facing Loch Sween is glass so if you're not snuggling up in front of the fire you can sit and gaze out towards Jura and Islay whilst sipping a fine single malt!The down side, for some, could be the lack of mobile phone signal; also the under floor heating made the whole house rather warm for us but then the weather was exceptionally warm for November."
    See property >
  4. ewan

    Verified purchase

    "lovely location, can't say a word against it. great for the coastal walk or pop over to Elie and do the chain walk - well worth the visit. Eating and drinking are well taken care of whether it's an ice cream, great fish and chips or a lovely meal at the dreel tavern (great atmosphere, welcoming staff and a good range of beer and whisky if you're in the mood. Parking is a bit of a pain as the nearest place is down near the water - if you can get a place. The house was nice but just seemed a bit over priced for what it was, a more up to date music system with usb/bluetooth connectivity and an upgrade on the TV to a slightly larger screen would help for those cold east coast nights. Blown light bulbs and a rope bannister that had already started pulling out of the wall also let it down a bit."
    See property >
  5. Nettie

    Verified purchase

    "We can't fault this property nor our host(s) as they could not be more accomodating if they tried. The house is beautiful and almost a Tardis inside. Everything you need and more and is supplied in the house so if you're like me and take all but the kitchen sink with you wherever you go, I advise on this occasion that you won't need too.This home is ample for a family or group of friends as all rooms are spacious and spread across three floors. The shared garden is a small piece of tranquil delight which has a very calming effect when you find a spare five minutes to yourself - it has been lovingly cared for which is very evident when you're there.All in all, this was the perfect holiday home and we would all return in a heartbeat. Thankyou again :)"
    See property >

Unlock exclusive last minute cottage discounts by joining Snaptrip.

Save this to your favourites and save up 60% by becoming a member of Snaptrip

Membership is FREE and guarantees the cheapest online price.

Welcome back!

Sign-in to see our exclusive member discounts

or

By entering my email address, I agree to Snaptrip's Terms of service, Privacy Policy and to receive email updates, news, & offers from Snaptrip.

Already have a Snaptrip account? Login

Not a member? Sign-up