South Scotland Cottages

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    Gateside Farm Cottage: Delightful traditional cosy bothy in gardens of farmhouse. Surrounded by lovely scenery. Near to St Andrews. Edinburgh within driving distance. Kinross 5 miles. (Ref. 11369)

    7 nights from £266

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    Sky Blue Cottage: Fully refurbished cottage for a couple in village of Braehead. Near to beautiful Borders countryside and also Edinburgh and Glasgow. Carnwath 3.5 miles. Lanark 7 miles. (Ref. 11265)

    7 nights from £243

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    The Coach House: Romantic Chirnside cottage with woodburner. Courtyard setting, lovely grounds, private patio, well-equipped accommodation. Chirnside 1 mile; Duns 6 miles. (Ref. 4277)

    7 nights from £230

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    The Coach House: One of our cosy Scottish Borders cottages, off the main street in Chirnside. Simple, welcoming accommodation in lovely touring area. Berwick-upon-Tweed 9 miles. (Ref. 2994)

    7 nights from £221

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    Nether Barr Farmhouse: One of our Scotland cottages. This wing of a 19th century farmhouse boasts views of the Galloway Hills. Haven for birds and wildlife. Newton Stewart 1 mile. (Ref. 492)

    7 nights from £283

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    Mary's Retreat: A charming ground floor apartment in the town of Jedburgh. Close to amenities and town attractions. Good touring location for Scottish Borders. Kelso 12 miles. (Ref. 956081)

    7 nights from £295

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    Kerloch View: Lovely top floor apartment situated near the centre of the town of Banchory Aberdeenshire. In a lovely elevated position approached by stone steps, this apartment is ideal for a couple or friends. WiFi. (Ref. 954536)

    7 nights from £295

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    The Pink House: Harbour side cottage in charming fishing village of Isle of Whithorn. Rear garden with sea views. Woodburning stove. Pets welcome. Ideal base for exploring the peninsula and Dumfries and Galloway. Newton Stewart 20 miles. (Ref. 946045)

    7 nights from £247

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    14/3 Mentone Terrace: Superb second floor Edinburgh apartment. Beautifully decorated and furnished. Ten mins bus journey to city centre. Excellent base for exploring this magnificent city. (Ref. 934984)

    7 nights from £357

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    The Hayloft at Bonjedward Hill: Superb detached cottage near Jedburgh in Scottish Borders. Beautiful hayloft conversion in 10 acres of grounds. Ideal for couple. 10 min walk to Jedburgh centre. (Ref. 926663)

    7 nights from £306

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Just Show Me South Scotland Cottages

Our cottages in Southern Scotland are the ideal choice if you're looking for a wonderfully relaxing holiday amid stunning scenic surroundings.

Let's start in Ayrshire, birthplace of Robert Burns and an absolute paradise for golfers, with over forty courses some of championship status. Sailing enthusiasts flock to the Firth of Clyde's sheltered waters, while walkers and cyclists head for the impressive granite mountains. And do hop across to the Isle of Arran, a tiny version of Scotland showcasing a mesmerising choice of activities.

Expect a few surprises when you book a cottage in Southern Scotland!

Dumfries and Galloway is a truly unspoilt corner of Scotland fringed with deserted beaches - sands where Burns once galloped on horseback; where whisky smugglers came ashore. Romantic ruined castles and other historic monuments dot the landscape, constant reminders of past times. Explore the Galloway Forest Park, where deer are more common than man and nature has cast its magic, offering a mix of forest, moorland and lochs. You can also expect a few surprises - there's a town for artists (Kirkcudbright), books (Wigtown) and food (Castle Douglas); even a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery!

Or opt for the Scottish Borders, brimming with castles, abbeys, stately homes and museums, offering a fascinating insight into the area's bloody history. Look out for pageants and festivals during your stay, along with Rugby Sevens' tournaments - rugby is extremely popular here. You'll also find fantastic fishing and the chance to buy high-quality tartans, tweeds and knitwear.

All in all, something for everyone when you book a cottage in Southern Scotland!