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Burns Night is one of the most anticipated celebrations on the Scottish calendar, taking place on January 25th each year.

What better place to celebrate this unique occasion than in Scotland itself? Our wide selection of secluded cottages in Scotland is sure to offer up something perfect for you.

Find your perfect rural Scottish retreat for Burns Night 2019, here’s 7 to whet your appetite…


1. Dove Hot Tub Cottage (Ref. 961384), Coldingham, Scottish Borders

Dove Hot Tub Cottage

A cottage with a hot tub in Scotland is the ideal way to let your hair down. This warming, two-person cottage also accepts pets, making it the perfect hideaway for couples and canines to get away. Natural beauty floods the surrounding area, and is just one of many reasons you should visit Scotland.

This cosy, detached cottage sits in a tranquil woodland location, featuring both a woodburning stove and a hot tub. A cottage holiday for all weathers can be enjoyed, with the idyllic Scottish coastline also on the doorstep.

A stay at this classy, stylish Scottish holiday home is certain to impress.


2. White Hillocks Farm House (Ref. 968749), Kirriemuir, Angus and Fife

White Hillocks Farm House

Get away from it all at this six-person, traditionally Scottish farmhouse amidst stunning rolling countryside. Panoramic views frequently remind you of your beautiful and remote location, while the interior exudes exquisite class.

A woodburning stove in the neutral sitting room helps to keep you warm during the cooler months. This high-quality, tasteful Scotland holiday cottage is ideal for groups of family and friends looking to put their feet up.

Make White Hillocks Farm House the base for your next dream holiday in Scotland.


3. The Wee Barn (Ref. 980477), Dundonnell, Highlands

The Wee Barn

This charmingly converted barn is the definition of rural retreat, overlooking Little Loch Broom on the West Scotland coast. Appreciate whitewashed stone walls and exposed wooden features, making The Wee Barn a warming home-from-home.

Tuck into your Burns Supper in front of the enticing woodburning stove to get a true taste of Scottish tradition. Appreciate the stunning views from the comfort of The Wee Barn, or experience it at first hand during a scenic stroll.


4. Sobrachan (Ref. 970960), Kilmartin, Argyll and Bute

Sobrachan

Bring your loved ones all together to this luxury Scotland cottage, overlooking Loch Awe and the dominating Ben Cruachan mountain. Adding to the impressive interior is the 10 acres of serene woodland on which the property sits.

Sit in awe of your spectacular surroundings from the glorious open-plan living area, spacious and enhanced by a woodburning stove. Groups of friends, couples and families are sure to adore this one-of-a-kind luxury Scotland cottage.


5. Starfish Cottage (Ref. 938192), Salen, Isle of Mull

Starfish Cottage

A romantic getaway with your other half is promised at this remote Scotland holiday home. Rest among the comfort and warmth of the sitting room with its woodburner while looking out over the idyllic Sound of Mull.

Starfish Cottage also boasts an extra touch of indulgence, a Jacuzzi bath and an indoor sauna ensure a Scotland holiday never to forget. Either use this well-presented property as a place to unwind, or a base for your enthralling outdoor adventures.


6. Kidcleugh Hide (Ref. 946703), Duns, Scottish Borders

Kidcleugh Hide

This beautifully designed, two-person cottage won Gold in our 2018 Sykes Gems Awards for Best in Scotland. Kidcleugh Hide affords a peaceful woodland location, among the idyllic Lammermuir Hills.

Kidcleugh Hide adopts a stylish studio living space, dressed in neutral colours helping to blend in with your natural surroundings. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the living area with light, while also offering views across luscious landscapes. Touches of luxury combine with rustic features, making Kidcleugh Hide the home-from-home you’ve been looking for.

Close by, be sure to pay a visit to Scott’s View, a renowned viewpoint representing just one of many hidden gems in Scotland.


7. Quien West (Ref. 929158), Rothesay, Isle of Bute

Quien West

This modern and tasteful Scottish holiday cottage sits on the magnificent Isle of Bute, perfect for a seaside escape. Sit in awe of the coastal views from the snug sitting room, enhanced by the warmth of a stylish woodburning stove.

Quien West sits all on the ground floor, with adjustable kitchen units to suit wheelchair users. Lavish bathroom facilities join immaculate bedrooms to offer desirable accommodation for six people seeking a break away from it all.


Get some inspiration on how to spend your Scotland cottage holiday by browsing our Scotland Travel Guide. Also find a wealth of other secluded cottages in the UK.

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