Holiday cottages - Scotland
|Most visitors to Scotland include Edinburgh with its castle and attractions on a tour. Castles are a feature of Scotland's landscape - there are castles all over Scotland. The north east of Scotland boasts a 'Castle Trail' where you can visit a series of fairytale castles.
The Queen's summer castle home at Balmoral on Royal Deeside is open to the public at certain times. Take a look at our holiday cottages near Balmoral, Scotland.
|Other trails in the north east of Scotland include a whisky trail (a sequence of whisky distilleries to visit and whiskies to sample), a coastal trail of charming villages with picturesque harbours, wind swept sandy beaches, majestic cliffs, and traditional granite cottages.|
|On the popular west coast there are miles of stunning coastline with coves, cliffs and beaches and some of the most remote villages in Britain where you can be at one with nature. Take your camera and binoculars for animal and bird watching. Take a look at the holiday cottages on the West Coast of Scotland.|
|Inland, Scotland offers miles of unspoilt countryside with tumbling rivers, wooded and heather clad hillsides where deer roam free, eagles nest and ancient and mysterious stone circles wait to be discovered on walks.
The summer welcomes in Highland Games and other Scottish celebrations. New Year, Easter egg rolling and various other seasonal festivities all contribute to making Scotland an interesting and entertaining place to visit all year round.
|Take a look at our self-catering holiday cottages in Scotland below for a home from home on holiday. The cottage owners will be most pleased to let you know all about their own particular part of Scotland.|