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When you book a cottage in Scotland, expect spectacular surroundings. A holiday in Scotland can include towering peaks, wooded glens and glistening lochs, while the coast brings another dimension. Rocky headlands dotted with shimmering bays, beaches and coves make Scotland the perfect place to explore the great outdoors.

Why Scotland?

The Scots are extremely proud of their unique, centuries-old traditions. Think kilts and bagpipes, caber-tossing and Haggis, Auld Lang Syne and Hogmanay, and, of course, the sipping of whisky. Enchanting castles, prehistoric forts, mysterious stone circles and other fascinating relics dot Scotland's breath-taking and diverse landscape. In addition to history and natural beauty, also reveal a series of striking towns and cities with much to offer. Scotland has something for everybody; from first-class golf courses to outdoor activities, plentiful wildlife and the search for the Loch Ness Monster.

Places to Visit in Scotland

Across this magnificent region, there are tourist destinations to suit all tastes and interests. Throughout the vast landscapes and impressive lochs, you will find a number of charming, timeless villages. Dotted just off of Scotland's astounding coastline are hundreds of islands, many with glorious beaches and dramatic rocky outcrops. Some of Scotland's most popular places to visit include; Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Elgin, and Inverness. Browse our helpful Scotland Travel Guide for more tips on what to do during your stay at a Scotland holiday cottage.

Types of Holidays

Go the extra mile with your next UK cottage break, why not book yourself a luxury Scotland cottage? You can even bring your trusty canine companion along, with a list of dog-friendly cottages in Scotland at your disposal. To fully get away among remote and rural Scotland, choose from a range of Scotland country cottages.