Kincardinshire Holiday Cottages
Searching for a holiday cottage to rent in the historic county of Kincardineshire? Once a county in its own right, Kincardineshire is now part of Aberdeenshire.
You may wish to rent a holiday cottage or pine lodge in undiscovered Scotland, in Kincardineshire sandwiched between Aberdeenshire and Angus on the north east coast, a county with fabulous coastal cottages with a 'fishy' history, romantic lodges in the hills or large group accommodation for clubs seeking group holidays. Kincardineshire is often referred to as the Mearns and is a great place to spend memorable and enjoyable time with loved ones for a Scottish holiday, especially during late summer and raspberry season.
Exciting self-catering holidays on Scotland's North Sea coast
Renting a Kincardineshire holiday home suits all kinds of people. Many people prefer to eat in the comfort and flexibility of their own holiday cottage and not have to dress for dinner as they would in a hotel. Wearing casual clothes makes a self-catering break that bit more relaxing. Holiday cottages to suit all types of groups are available, from cottages for couples, family sized and large groups. The holiday accommodation may vary from time to time but there should be lovely pine lodges, secluded and remote cotatges, large self-catering houses and on occasion mansions and castles to rent.
All self-catering properties are individual, all offer a secure and comfortable stay. We want you to enjoy your Scottish holiday. There are always holiday cottages with those attractive extra facilities such as a swimming pool, a sauna, spa or games room.
Whichever part of the county you visit; there should be lots to do to ensure that you enjoy your stay. Kincardineshire offers numerous attractions for country cottage holidays, including several notable structures. The splendid Allardice Castle, Cowie Castle, Dunnottar Castle, Crathes Castle, Fetteresso Castle and the Muchalls Castle are names of just few of its architectural jewels worth visiting during your break.
There are many other popular attractions that are frequented by tourists during their country cottages break, such as the Fowlsheugh Nature Reserve, Lewis Grassic Gibbon Centre, Portlethen Moss, Tolbooth and the Ury House. All of these are excellent settings for pine lodge holidays which blend naturally into the countryside. During your break, you may wish to visit the Banchory Museum, Woodend Barn and the St. Cyrus Fowlsheugh Nature Reserve.
In case you are among those who wish to do absolutely nothing during their cottage holidays you can simply admire the natural beauty of Kincardineshire which is best seen on foot or from the back of a bicycle. The landscape of Kincardineshire is blessed with mountains, hills, coast, valley, woodland and other splendid gifts of nature. The county boasts splendid natural sites like Glen Dye and Den Fenella Waterfall. Besides, the coastline is also home to small groups of villages that are popular fishing sites. Does a few hours of angling interest you?
One thing that is important for every tourist, including you, is to find suitable accommodation for self catering cottage holidays. Use our search assistant to find different self catering accommodation options in Kincardineshire. Aberdeenshire may be another option for you as it is an adjoining county on the east coast.