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Holiday Cottages Scotland

There are so many amazing places to choose from for a relaxing break in the UK, but if you’re seeking heavenly holiday cottages, Scotland should be your first choice. This quaint country has big things to offer its visitors. In fact, it’s a sublime setting for a super staycation, featuring thriving cities and a diverse natural landscape. At, we have a huge variety of this kind of accommodation for you to browse, each exuding a unique charm, from sunny seaside locations to rustic, homely spots. So, check out some of the jaw-dropping deals available and treat yourself, today.

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Reside in Attractive Edinburgh

Don’t worry; there’s plenty of dreamy holiday cottages for you to book in and around Edinburgh. You can stopover in a spacious property in the captivating city centre, or bed down in a remote abode a little further away from the busy streets. You won’t be short on things to do, that’s for sure, thanks to the appealing range of attractions to delve into. Take a stroll along Princes Street for some retail therapy, before climbing to visit Edinburgh Castle. Or, why don’t you select a stay close to Cramond Harbour? Here, you will reap all the rewards of being close to this magical metropolis while waking up to glorious sea views!


Explore Outstanding Outdoor Adventures

When escaping to this idyllic country, you’ll relish stunning surroundings 24/7, but if you journey north into the Scottish Highlands, you’ll discover even more snap-worthy scenery. Spend your days exploring Cairngorms National Park and hike (or mountain-bike) across forest paths, while gliding past dramatic peaks and hidden waterfalls. This destination is home to tens of thousands of lochs, too, which are gorgeous to look at and also provide the perfect space for water sports, fishing and wildlife spotting. Find a cottage sitting on the shores of Loch Lomond and glimpse porpoise, seals and herds of fallow deer, or learn a new skill as you try your hand at water-skiing.


Visit Dumfries & Galloway

Dumfries and Galloway, which sit in the Western Southern Uplands, has so many alluring qualities. This includes a coastline comprising sandy beaches and rocky shorelines, as well as a number of seaside villages. If you’re searching for a taste of traditional cuisine, pop over to Castle Douglas, where you can buy local produce from one of the independent shops in this designated market and food town. Opt for a cottage nestled beside the Galloway Hills or looking out onto the estuary of the River Nith. Not only will you enjoy panoramic views of rolling valleys and green spaces, but there are also many opportunities for rambling and other exciting outdoor activities.


Revel in Remarkably-Remote Islands

Want to get away from it all? Well, where could be better than Scotland’s rural offshore islands? Uncover the hidden gems of the Inner Hebrides archipelago, when you arrive on the Isle of Skye or the Isle of Arran. You’ll be surrounded by mountainous countryside and a rugged coast dotted with sleepy fishing villages. Pick a property overlooking Loch Long or the Sound of Sleat and admire incredible scenery every day right from your bedroom window! The wild landscapes in the likes of the Orkney Islands to the Isle of Mull attract travellers just like you, who are keen for a retreat that’s located off-the-beaten-track.