Book an idyllic break on a remote Scottish Island
If you dream of taking a holiday in a remote part of Scotland where you will hardly see a soul, then do consider a cottage break on a remote Scottish island. Escaping to a beautiful part of the country for a quiet break with loved ones is a wonderful way to spend some quality time with those near to you without outside distractions. The relaxation will seep into your bones with every wave creeping up the beach and calm will descend like magic. Choose a holiday cottage on a remote Scottish island as your base to begin to unwind in serenity and quiet, perhaps not even seeing any other visitors if you pick a spot that is hidden and secluded.
All kinds of remote and secluded holiday homes on the Scottish islands
There are plenty of lovely holiday homes available to rent on a remote island in Scotland. For those travelling with children, you might choose somewhere with easy access to a beach and private parking right outside the property. Some also have their own garden space with things for the kids to play with such as a slide or swings, and others provide items such as cots, highchairs and board games for the family. If you’re looking to reside on an isolated island to get away on a romantic break with your partner, then you could rent a one-bedroom cottage with features such as a cosy fireplace to snuggle by, a bedroom with a king-sized bed in it and outdoor space with your very own hot tub to sink into after a day of discovering your surroundings and making friends with the wildlife.
The Scottish islands offer an amazing unique holiday experience
Scotland is home to many stunning islands with rugged shorelines, pristine beaches and sparkling seas. There are nearly 800 islands in total, and lots of these are very isolated. You and your nearest and dearest might decide to go up to the Shetland Islands and visit the island of Foula, or you might decide to take a trip to the Inner Hebrides to explore islands like Jura. Another beautiful place to visit is the island of Papa Westray, one of the Orkney Islands, or the Fair Isle which is the most remote inhabited island in the whole of the UK. Wherever you decide to visit, from the Isle of Skye to Harris in the Outer Hebrides, you’ll be guaranteed to have a great time if you book a good quality cosy holiday home to share for a week or two with those you love.