Farm holidays and Farmstay Accommodation in Scotland
Stay on a farm in Scotland for a peaceful self catering holiday and perhaps even isolation. The holiday accommodation is often a stone-built cottage or a cosy log cabin. The colder climate of Scotland lends itself to growing turnips and potatoes, soft fruits such as raspberries around the Tay Valley area or rearing stock. Highland cattle are hardy and interesting to photograph although not the most common breed you will meet in fields.
A Scottish farm holiday is a little different from a farm holiday in warmer and milder England. Scotland is less densely populated to begin with so you could be staying in a fairly remote location or even on one of Scotland's outlying islands where there are no trees to obstruct the view and the locals pleased to meet new guests. People in Scotland have the time to stand and talk. The culture is also a little different in Scotland - a completely new experience awaits.
Rent a cottage on a Scottish Farm
Book a farm holiday in Scotland for something different and new. The wildlife will be amazing, scenery outstanding and the welcome warm and genuine. Click on the photographs shown below to begin.