Holiday cottages in Scotland

Scotland boasts an impressive range of attractions, from truly stunning and picturesque natural scenery to glorious historic architecture and many of the world’s finest whiskies, which can be enjoyed in their natural surroundings.

The most notable of Scotland’s many charming communities is the historic centre of Edinburgh, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visitors flock to the Scottish city throughout the year, particularly for the many cultural events. The city’s fringe festival is a huge hit, with both performers and audiences attracted from around the world.
 
Smoo Cave Bay, Highlands, Scotland
Image: Smoo Cave Bay, Highlands.
 
Scotland offers many wonderful cities to tour, all of which have something to offer, from history to local attractions. While travelling between most cities, visitors will be subjected to some of the most amazing countryside to be found anywhere on Earth. Jaw-dropping vistas can be enjoyed on most drives in the Scottish countryside.

Scotland is home to many fantastic national parks. The Cairngorms mountain range forms the biggest national park in the United Kingdom. This area is home to some of the most dramatic and rugged landscapes in Scotland. The fantastic town of Aviemore is located within the Cairngorm national park and provides visitors with excellent dining and shopping opportunities whilst also being within easy driving distance of the beautiful Cairngorm mountains. Loch Ness, famous for its ‘monster’, is just one of many beautiful lakes.

Think of Scottish cuisine and Haggis will come to mind, this traditional dish is a must for anyone wishing to gain a true experience of Scotland. Many of the distilleries in Scotland use natural Highland spring water to produce fine Scottish whisky, to see how the whisky is made look out for distillery tours which are very interesting and well worth a visit.

Wherever you choose to visit in Scotland, we hope you enjoy your break.

You can browse holiday cottages from the following Scottish regions:

Central Scotland
Highlands and Islands
Southern Scotland and Borders - Edinburgh, DumfriesCastle Douglas, and Biggar are all worth a visit.