Scottish Coast Cottages

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    A stylish ground floor apartment in the stunning village of Isle of Whithorn in Scotland. Views of the harbour. Pub walking distance. Whithorn 4 miles. (Ref. 961222)

    7 nights from £256

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    A semi-detached cottage located in the village of Garlieston in Dumfries and Galloway. Open plan. All ground floor. Pet-friendly. Wigtown 8 miles. (Ref. 966466)

    7 nights from £219

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    A spacious ground floor flat one mile from the village of Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye. Sea and countryside views. Double bedroom. WiFi. Ample parking. Portree 22 miles. (Ref. 962211)

    7 nights from £299

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    Lovely traditional stone cottage near coast on Knapdale peninsula. Ideal for a couple looking for quiet getaway. Woodburning stove. Great walking and cycling. Tarbert 10 miles. (Ref. 958924)

    7 nights from £273

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    A very well-appointed ground floor apartment centrally located in the bustling seaside town of Eyemouth. Super king-size bed (zip/link). Close to amenities and beach. St Abbs 4.5 miles. (Ref. 954025)

    7 nights from £316

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    A well-appointed first floor apartment with views of the famous MacLeod's Tables. Central village location within walking distance of Dunvegan Castle and gardens. Ideal romantic retreat. Portree 22 miles. (Ref. 949287)

    7 nights from £250

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    Cosy terraced cottage on shore overlooking Loch Fyne. Open fire. Stunning loch views. Ideal base for touring couple. Inveraray 10 miles. (Ref. 942535)

    7 nights from £262

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    Cosy bijou apartment. Central location in a pretty market town. Close to river and facilities. Stunning golden sandy beach. Close to Moray Firth. Perfect base for exploring. (Ref. 941656)

    7 nights from £237

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    A cosy hideaway for two in popular village of Drumnadrochit, on banks of Loch Ness. Lots of comfort and style. Totally private. Ideal for castle, walks, touring, wildlife watching and relaxation. Inverness 14 miles. (Ref. 941206)

    7 nights from £317

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    A semi-detached Isle of Mull cottage with open views, eco-friendly heating, Jacuzzi bath and sauna. Ideal romantic getaway. Tobermory 16 miles. (Ref. 938199)

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    7 nights from £313

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Just Show Me Scottish Coast Cottages

Escape to a Scottish Coast cottage and prepare to be dazzled by some of Britain's most striking natural splendour!

For desolate beaches pounded by huge Atlantic rollers and framed by majestic backdrops of jagged mountains, experience the tranquil beauty of the North Coast. Gaze in awe at the ever-changing colours of the skies, swirling seas and mind-boggling cliffs. Walk the coastal path from John O'Groats to the 'Stacks of Duncansby'. Join a whale-watching cruise. Hop across to Orkney for ancient stone circles without the crowds. Or blow the cobwebs away at Cape Wrath.

Expect a milder climate and more serene landscape when you book a cottage on the Scottish West Coast. Think lush green scenery, rugged mountains, deep fjords and silky-soft beaches, with a host of magical islands offshore. Play golf? Top-class courses abound including the likes of Royal Troon and Turnberry, while yachting, diving and wildlife watching are all popular pastimes. And don't miss the West Coast Whisky Trail - no visit would be complete without sampling some of the world's best single malts!

Catch some rays on the Scottish East Coast!

The East Coast has a charm all of its own plus the chance of a lot more sunshine. Don boots and head for the Fife Coastal Path, calling in at the delightful fishing villages of East Neuk. Discover the spooky corridors of Glamis Castle, where the late Queen Mother spent much of her childhood. Watch gannets dive from Bass Rock. And don't forget to try an Abroath smokie!

Tempted? Then browse our collection of Scottish Coast cottages now…