Self-catering cottages, apartments and country houses in Scotland with exposed beams and other period features

3 rental properties match your search for Cottages and country houses in Scotland with exposed beams and period features

Biallid House in the Cairngorms, Newtonmore, Highland, Scotland

7 bedroom Manor House, Scottish Highlands.

sleeps 2 - 15 guests
2 - 15
7 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
dog-friendly cottage, 2 dog(s) welcome

Roomy 7 bedroom country house in the Cairngorms National Park, featuring lovely mountain and country views, as well as fishing on the River Spey where guests can fish for trout and salmon.

Special features: free internet access, games room.

Weekly Price from: £995
Next availability:
from 26 February to 02 March 20 from 09 March to 13 March 20

Mountwood Lodges, Auchterarder, Perthshire, Scotland

3 bedroom Log Lodges, Central Scotland.

sleeps 2 - 6 guests
2 - 6
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
no dogs allowed
5 star

Collection of three 5 star rated log cabins with luxurious interiors set in beautiful countryside in Perthshire close to the Ochil Hills, ideal for a tranquil rural retreat break.

Special features: outdoor hot tub.

Weekly Price from: £700

Special Offer: from 25 February to 10 April 20

The Sheiling, Scalloway, Shetland, Scotland

2 bedroom Coastal Cottage, Shetland Isles.

sleeps 1 - 4 guests
1 - 4
2 bedrooms
1 bathrooms
no dogs allowed
3 star

Situated in the coastal village of Scalloway close to the harbour and just a short walk from the local beach, this property sleeps up to 4 and is only around 6 miles from Lerwick.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £490

A collection of delightful Scottish cottages and large country houses with exposed beams and other period features. These holiday rentals are full of character, some are listed buildings, others in conservation areas.

Please find details of all self-catering rentals in the menus on the left. Here you will find several photographs of each rental, including views of exposed beams, inglenooks, and other period features.

Scottish country houses tend to have a different type of charm and style from those in England. Built of granite or sandstone, they tend to be imposing handsome dwellings with high ceilings and beautiful and intricate cornices and plaster work.