Our cottages in Scotland take in glorious Highland scenery, vibrant city life and fascinating history. Find the best accommodation in Scotland for you by browsing through our featured places to stay in Scotland
There are many reasons to visit Scotland and there really is something for everyone. Choose Scotland accommodation in the historic cities of Edinburgh or Glasgow, rich in architecture and fascinating attractions. Alternatively, head to Cairngorms and Inverness to enjoy the wildlife and nature of the Highlands at one of our Scotland cottages.
We’ve got holiday cottages in Scotland perfect for families, friends or for a romantic getaway. There’s so many things to do in Scotland, so choose your perfect holiday home with us.
Water sports, adventure snow sports and family attractions represent the heart of the Cairngorms, along with scenic woodland and its breath-taking mountain range.
Steeped in history with its coastal towns and castles, Dumfries and Galloway is home to Galloway Forest Park, green inland forests and hills.
Vibrant, cosmopolitan, and with a contemporary culture, Edinburgh offers an effortless blend of old and new for a one-of-a-kind city holiday experience.
Whether you plan on conquering mountains, skiing down slopes or strolling the highland countryside, a visit to ‘The Outdoor Capital of the UK’ will leave you spoilt for choice.
With its historic castle, walking trails and notable museums, Inverness is a cultural blend of rich heritage and vibrant city life.
A hidden gem, the Isle of Skye is a sightseeing paradise, appreciated for its wildlife, rocky landscapes and ancient treasures.
Perfect for invigorating walks or breath-taking scenic adventures, Loch Lomond, part of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, is a haven of clear waters and rolling hills.
Shrouded in natural beauty and mystery, Loch Ness is the perfect base for peaceful strolls, and boat trips along the deep waters, as you reflect on the mythical history.
Offering a wealth of wildlife-watching opportunities and dolphin sightings, Moray makes for a wonderful base for tourists who can also explore The Culbin Forest and its beautiful sand dunes.
Discover the historical depths of Perth, from its rural landscapes to its picturesque natural beauty, connecting the Northern Highlands and the modern capital of Edinburgh.