What images come to mind when you think of Scotland? Bagpipes and whisky? Rugged mountains overlooking deep blue lochs? Historic cities? Well a holiday rental in Scotland does offer all of these things but it also offers so much more. Ancient, mysterious and breathtakingly beautiful, this northernmost part of the UK truly has something for everyone, it’s just a question of which region to explore first… No trip to Scotland would be complete without a visit to Edinburgh, famous for its castle, its festival and its general vibrancy and charm, and there are lots of other wonderful cities from Stirling and St Andrews to Glasgow and Aberdeen (to name but a few). Or you can even search the site for large group accommodation in Scotland or castle holidays and live like royalty!
Extraordinary scenery, fascinating historic sites, delicious food, rare wildlife, vibrant towns and outdoor pursuits galore - a holiday in Aberdeenshire offers all this and more.
From coastal cliffs to rocky crags and village tea rooms Michelin-starred restaurants, Argyll is a scenic and fascinating destination for a holiday house in Scotland.
From country parks to market towns, awe-inspiring mountains to secluded coves and championship golf courses to ancient abbeys and cathedrals, Ayrshire & Arran is an unbeatable setting for a holiday in Scotland.
Whether you are being windswept on the cliffs at Scotland’s most southern point, or enjoying the farmland plains and rocky coastline over in the east, a holiday in the Scottish Borders is a unique pleasure and a total delight.
From corn mills to castles, nature reserves to salmon-filled rivers, walking trails to golf courses and farmers’ markets to a designated ‘food town’, Dumfries and Galloway has it all. Choose a house in Scotland for your next escape.
A holiday in Angus offers everything from rolling hills and sandy beaches to championship golf courses and historic houses - what more could you want?
If you want to get to the heart of central Scotland, rent a holiday house near Edinburgh. The Lothians region has properties ranging from city apartments to rural crofts, and wherever you stay, you will find yourself captivated by this beautiful part of the world.
From coastline to countryside, from tiny fishing villages to thriving St Andrews, Fife’s fresh air, food and outdoor pursuits are endlessly alluring. It is the perfect location for a holiday cottage in Scotland.
From the culture and style of the city to the natural beauty and tranquillity of its surroundings, Glasgow and the Clyde Valley is a wonderful setting for a cottage in Scotland.
The Scottish Highlands have the most extraordinary and varied landscape, with everything from stretches of seaside to rugged mountains and cavernous lochs - what more could you want from a British holiday?
Magical, diverse and achingly beautiful - a holiday in the Inner Hebrides is not just any holiday.
Breathtakingly diverse and beautiful scenery, remarkable geological and historic features, and mouth-watering local produce - there just aren’t enough words to describe how magical a holiday on the Isle of Skye can be.
From the shores of Loch Lomond and the peaks of the Trossachs to the historic Old Town of Stirling, this region is a superb destination for a holiday house in Central Scotland.
With everything from magnificent landscapes and miscellaneous outdoor activities to abundant wildlife and prehistoric relics, a holiday in the Outer Hebrides is like visiting a whole other world.
Looking for places to stay in Scotland? Try a holiday in Perthshire, where you can climb mountains, take woodland walks, raft down rivers, play golf, explore castles and galleries and sample local whiskies.
Lovers of the great outdoors will be in complete paradise, with hiking, biking, fishing, golf, climbing, snow sports and adventure pursuits all in plentiful supply (and let’s not forget the Highland Games!). And if you’re just looking for magnificent scenery then you cannot beat the unspoilt splendour of the Trossachs mountains and Cairngorms peaks or the shores of Loch Ness and Loch Lomond, not to mention the wildness of the Outer Hebrides and the sandy beaches of the Isle of Skye. Whether you want to visit distilleries, travel around castles, scale mountains, raft rivers or swim in sea lochs, Scotland is the place to do it.