Scotland is a country bordered by the cool, deep waters of the North Sea and the numerous lochs and firths that swirl between hundreds of Scottish islands and islets. Historic battlegrounds, imposing regal castles and five UNESCO World Heritage Sites make Scotland an inspirational place to visit.
If you choose one of our Scotland cottages you can spend time walking, cycling or picnicking on the heather and bracken strewn fields or following coast paths around the miles of open coastline. The National Parks of the Cairngorms and the Trossachs and Loch Lomond offer outdoor exploration and activity. Ski, surf, walk, climb or just sample a flavour of the country at a distillery.
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Home to sea lochs, the Cairngorms National Park and plenty of islands for walking and tours.
From Hadrian’s Wall to the Irish Sea and the Rhins of Galloway for countryside and striking coasts.
Mountains, forests and secretive beaches pocketing a beautifully unique coastline.
A beautiful kingdom backed by the Cairngorm Mountains; golf, hike and bike to your heart’s content.
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A county and a city with royal connections, castles, trails, skiing and surfing.
A market town by Loch Tay where crannogs, waterfalls and birds of prey are all around.
A peaceful village on the edge of the Scottish Highlands
A hideaway in the Highlands overlooking mountains and water.
Known as The Birthplace of Scotland, Angus is a historic and impressive destination.
Outstanding beauty, wildlife and fun on the coast.
Sandy beaches, mountainous backdrops and clusters of crofting townships.
A maze of lochs and bays make Argyll an enchanting destination.
An action-packed picturesque town with outdoor activities all year round.
An old waterside town of substance and fun by the sea.
A town in The Cairngorms with Royal Warrants and a warm welcome.
A tranquil town found on the banks of the River Dee.
An attractive market town with plenty of character.
Blairgowrie is a pretty market town with a festive spirit.
A picturesque village with a wealth of intriguing history
The ancient meeting point between the Highlands and the Lowlands
A foodie town along the River Dee
A valley full of nature reserves and the city of Glasgow.
A honey toned rural fishing village in Fife.
A popular market town in Perthshire.
A beautiful fishing village retaining much of its rural charm.
A vibrant market town surrounded by beautiful Ross-shire countryside.
A friendly coastal town swathed in history.
A pretty little village on the northern shore of Loch Ness
Dumfries and Galloway is perfect for eloping, dining out and relaxation.
A beautiful and culturally exciting city on the banks of the Firth of Tay
Dunkeld on the River Tay is a pretty town in “Big Tree Country”.
A lovely town on the Cowal peninsula in the Argyll region.
A tranquil spot in the North West Highlands with dramatic coastal features.
A city at the foothills of mountains crowned by Edinburgh Castle.
A pretty former cathedral city tucked away in the world famous whisky country.
Perfect for beachside breaks and some of Scotland's best golf courses.
A fishing town with an intriguing smuggling history.
A beautiful peninsula where golf, history and outdoor pursuits combine.
A market town set between two picturesque lochs.
Go climbing and conquer Ben Nevis or relax loch side.
A peaceful waterside location with islands, wildlife and cosy cottages.
A town known for its textile industry, nestled in a pretty Scottish valley
An enticing city on the banks of the River Clyde.
Set within an action-packed area surrounded by beautiful scenery.
An action-packed and enchanting corner of Scotland.
Tranquillity, a colourful history and beautiful surroundings.
A historical town famed for its textile industry.
Famed for iconic castles and outstanding scenery, Huntly is the perfect base for exploring North East Scotland.
A prominent city on the waters of the Beauly Firth.
A riverside town where Robert Burns & Edgar Allen Poe took inspiration.
An impressive, faraway isle in the northern Outer Hebrides.
A village at the head of Loch Tay.
Quiet and semi-rural, Kinglassie is famed as a mining town that boasts the largest man-made hole in Europe.
Mountain peaks, adventure activities and Highland charm make Kingussie a popular destination for tourists in Scotland.
Considered one of Scotland's most remote towns, Kinlochbervie is actually surprisingly easy to reach.
Golf, gardens and sandy shores are just three reasons visitors flock to Leven.
Two Forest Parks and a great loch make this an unmissable area.
Loch Ness with its resident ‘Nessie’ is a deep loch on the Great Glen Fault.
A large freshwater lake at the foothills of a group of Munros.
Visit Lochgilphead for sublime scenery, ruined castles and fabulous seafood.
Backed by the Caisteal Liath Mountains and set by the waterside.
Moray has countryside, mountains and coast.
Nairn is a charming seaside town on the beautiful Moray Firth Coast.
A forest village near the River Spey.
Popular for adventure activities, historical sites and great dining, Newton Stewart is a gem of a town.
Festivals, mountains and great skiing are a few of Newtonmore's delights.
A popular harbour town with miles of coastline to explore
From castles to seafood and miles of coastline, Oban is a beautiful place.
The Orkney Islands are a tranquil destination by the sea.
An enchanting and historic town with an array of quirky shops, cafes and action packed adventures.
An old fishing village turned film set with a historic red telephone box.
A city on the banks of the River Tay for culture and shopping.
A town with royal connections and some magnificent views.
Bobbing boats and pastel coloured houses curl around this striking harbour.
Scourie is characterised by sublime coastal views and the summits of Scotland's highest mountains.
Historic battles, famous Scots and impressive ruins give Selkirk plenty of tourist appeal.
A collection of distinctive islands.
A valley in the east of The Cairngorms National Park.
St Andrews is a magnet for golfers and surfers.
A city in the Forth Valley full of history and vibrant city life.
Strathpeffer is famed for its old-fashioned Victorian charm and contemporary tourist attractions.
A rural and untouched corner of Scotland
A beautiful National Park with a royal residence at its heart.
Mountains, forests and secretive beaches pocketing a beautifully unique coastline contribute to this special land of Scotland.
Whisky, heritage and prehistoric fossils make Skye irresistible.
Fascinating history and dramatic landscapes make this a popular yet rural location for Scottish Highland holidays.
Jump on the Ullapool to Stornoway ferry and go island hopping.
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