Cosy holiday cottages in Scotland all year round
Holiday cottages by the beach in Scotland
Family friendly holidays in Scotland
Bleatarn holiday cottages, Scottish borders
Caberfeidh in Wester Ross, Northern Highlands
Clachan Ban Cottage on the Isle of Ornsay
Cowrie Holiday Cottage in Moray on the coast
Pet friendly holiday cottages in Scotland
Rural holiday cottages in Scotland
Curlew Croft near Caithness in the Northern Highlands
Hallin Park Cottage on the Isle of Skye by the beach
Hill cottage in the Northern Highlands
Large group holiday cottages in scotland
Sartle Cottage on the Isle of Skye, Scotland
Westfield House near Ullapool in the Northern Highlands
scottish cottages - an affiliate partner who specialises in scotland
- Part of a large family of self catering accommodation providers, Scottish Cottages is an experienced and trustworthy brand with several years of experience all over Scotland! We know this beautiful country like no one else and we offer you a beautiful and wide selection of the best self catering cottages, cabins and houses in the entire Scotland!
- Everyone else is fully booked for your dates? Well, we are very likely to still have some availability! Our large selection of properties enables us to have a large accommodation capacity!
- Pet friendly holiday cottages: several hundred properties in our catalogue will welcome your pet friend at no additional cost! There is no longer any reason to leave your furry baby in the care of strangers!
- Holiday cottages with hot tubs: splashing with kids is so much fun! When the Scottish weather gets chilly, it's time to enjoy the warmth of a hot tub! Fun and romantic at the same time!
- Cottages close to the beach: stretching along thousands of miles of superb and majestic beaches, the Scottish coast is an ideal destination idea! Although the water might be too cold for bathing, it certainly is a remedy for stress and fatigue! Ideal for water sports enthusiasts, it is a magical and dramatic background to walks with your family and friends!
- A professional team of passionate people who all believe Scotland is the place you should come on your next holiday. We are available 7 days a week to help you with your booking or with any problem you might encounter during your stay with us.
- Conjure up the classic picture postcard scenery in Scotland, then that is the Scottish Highlands and Islands, a truly awesome place with wild moors with towering mountains, ancient pine forests and shimmering lochs. You can discover the amazing contrasting landscapes for either a week or a short break, either will leave a lasting impression. The remote wilderness in the far north west in Sutherland & the coastal lands around the Cromarty Firth. Or take a trip to the Isles via Mallaig and beyond to Skye or appreciate the spectacular natural beauty of Glencoe. Wherever you travel you're surrounded by outstanding natural beauty and famous landmarks like the Cairngorms National Park, Ben Nevis and Loch Ness.
- The Highlands are also blessed with miles of dramatic coastline, pristine sandy beaches, picturesque sea lochs and a scattering of pretty coastal villages close to clear turquoise waters. It is a place to really enjoy `The Great Outdoors', like mountain climbing, white water rafting, gentle family walks and mountain biking. Or just drink in the wildlife either on land or sea by taking one of the many boat trips for close encounters with seals, whales and dolphins or find a hidden glen, hill or forest to see eagles or deer to name but a few.
- And don't forget the regions history with numerous ancient castles, stately homes and fascinating museums where you can learn about the Highlands rich history and culture, its clans and conflicts, the tragedy of the Highland Clearances and its role in the Jacobite risings. Summer holiday visitors to the Highlands could enjoy the annual Highland Games, held across the area showing a unique spectacle of athletic, dancing and piping events.
- Central Scotland covers a huge area from just south of the Highlands to just north of the large cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. Stretching from coast to coast this region boasts contrasting countryside, coastline, national parks, great forests, magnificent lochs and historic towns and cities.
- In the west are Argyll, the Isles, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs which have Highland characteristics without the need to travel further north with picturesque lowlands of beautiful lochs and lush forests. The Hebridean islands and west coast have a unique atmosphere of unspoilt bays & pretty white washed houses.
- Moving east through rolling hills and farmland sits the historic city of Stirling including its famous castle where William Wallace and Robert the Bruce won independence for Scotland. Further east you reach Perthshire which has nothing short of breathtaking scenery and is one of the most popular tourist regions in Scotland, particularly for those who love outdoor adventure & activity.
- On the east coast north of the Firth of Tay the county of Angus has unspoilt highland glens and rugged coastlines with miles of sandy beaches, great for hill walking and coastal walks. Down the coast is the Kingdom of Fife, ancestral home of Scottish monarchs, with a landscape of gentle hills, rocky bays and sandy beaches. And for those golf lovers amongst you then the area is littered with superb golf courses such as Carnoustie and St. Andrews.
- The southern Scotland region extends south from the city of Glasgow in the west to Edinburgh in the east down to the English border. Both cities have easy access to lovely countryside right on the doorstep so it is possible to have the best of both worlds by combining a relaxing rural cottage holiday with a top-class city break experience. The Lothian region around Edinburgh will offer you excellent sandy beaches and championship golf courses whilst Glasgow is perfect for accessing beautiful countryside walks and magnificent lochs.
- On the coast in the west of this area is Ayrshire and Arran which is ideal for its sandy beaches, great sporting and recreational facilities and a good dose of Scottish culture. Golf, watersports & sailing are all popular whereas Dumfries and Galloway to the south west is quieter & a great place for a relaxing holiday away from modern day life.
- To Scottish Borders covers some 1,800 square miles of rolling hills, moorland, gentle valleys, rich agriculture and rugged coastline. The hills of the Cheviots, Lammermuirs, Moorfoots and Pentlands, along with the River Tweed provide a perfect backdrop for cycling, horse riding, walking & not to mention super fishing. Plus there are numerous ancient towns, castles and abbeys to explore.
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