Holiday Cottages in ScotlandScotland is a country steeped in history and legend. Castles and other ruins, which cover the landscape and stories of a monster lurking in Loch Ness, are evidence of this. Huge mountains, deep glens, dark lochs and rugged coastlines dominate the country, making this a wild but beautiful place. Holiday Cottages in Scotland can be hired all over the country. There are cottages near mountains, on the coast and in villages or towns.

The cottages come in varying architectural styles and sizes. You can hire a warm and cosy traditional dwelling or an open plan, contemporary cottage. They can sleep between two and six people (commonly) and sometimes more, and some are pet friendly. By hiring a cottage you are giving yourself the freedom to do as you please. You can get up when you want to and have no stuffy rules to abide by like in some of the hotels.

“Over 330 Cottages to Choose from in Over 273 Locations Across Scotland”

Cottages with Stunning ViewsAfter you have been out walking and exploring all day, there is nothing better than having your own warm, cosy cottage to come back to. A cottage is like a home from home and it has all the modern fixtures and fittings to make this a very comfortable holiday. Holiday Cottages in Scotland will match everyone’s tastes and budgets no matter when and where you want to go.

Scotland is a country with lots to offer by way of sightseeing and activities. You can visit beaches surrounded by rugged cliffs, go hiking up breath taking mountains, or visit a city and do a bit of shopping. Glen Coe is a really popular area to visit and is great for walkers, climbers and mountain bikers.

Quiet Retreats to Getaway and Relax WithinThe numerous lochs offer a full range of water sports such as wind surfing, sailing and fishing. If you want to do a bit of sightseeing and shopping then a trip in to Edinburgh will satisfy your every need. For a good night out head in to Glasgow and visit the many trendy bars and restaurants.

Holiday Cottages in Scotland will place you right at the heart of all these activities. You can visit for a short break or stay for a longer period of time. Bring your partner for a romantic weekend or come with the whole family for a more traditional holiday. Scotland has lots to offer and one thing is for sure, everyone will thoroughly enjoy there time spent here.