The Mull of Galloway Lighthouse Holiday Cottages in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland, are the perfect choice for your next self-catering holiday.
Looking for a relaxing getaway to a remote secluded luxurious cottage? We have just the thing... Wilderness Cottages offer a wide array of unique self-catering properties in some of the most spectacular locations throughout Scotland!
Meadow House is a beautiful ground floor apartment located near the centre of the striking town of Moffat in Dumfriesshire and is part of a building that is over 200 years old.
Located in the centre of Carrbridge, we are close by the 1717 historic Packhorse Bridge and just a brief stroll from facilities including the local shop, coffee shop, village hall, woodland walks and other attractions.
The West Highland Line is one of the world's most beautiful railways. It passes through Scotland's finest scenery and stops at the UK's most remote railway station, Corrour.
Silverglades Holiday Homes is perfect for a Highland self catering holiday. It is located to the north of the village of Aviemore, set beneath the majestic Cairngorms in the Cairngorms National Park - an area highly valued for its breathtaking scenery, rare habitats and recreational activities.
Our beautifully renovated lighthouse-keeper's cottages, nestling at the base of the lighthouse, offer four-star comfort and personal attention for our guests.
The Arran Team is the Isle of Arran's local self-catering holiday letting agent, offering a large selection of beautiful accommodation across the island to suit every need.
Within the Cairngorms National Park, Grantown-on-Spey Caravan Park is in a sheltered location with a backdrop of Scots pine, only half a mile from town.
Kintail Lodge Hotel has everything to offer you - comfortable accommodation, fantastic food, friendly staff, wonderful views over Loch Duich, beautiful sunsets, numerous walking opportunities, and you are most welcome to bring your dog.
Sligachan Hotel is set in one of the most spectacular locations in Scotland, and the world. At the foot of the most impressive mountain range in Britain, the Cuillin, Sligachan has charmed visitors for hundreds of years.
This newly constructed Caravan & Camping Park nestles into the crest of the hillside mid-distance from Inverness city centre and Culloden Battlefield.
Skene House Hotel Apartments are like no other places to stay in Aberdeenshire. We don't just give you a room, we give you a whole apartment complete with a separate living room and fully equipped kitchen.
Situated right on a beautiful sandy beach, Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park is the perfect place to come back to again and again.
The Garth Hotel stands on the north end of the village square in the heart of Grantown-on-Spey, which is generally regarded as being one of the best preserved examples of an eighteenth century Scottish planned town. Our Georgian high street offers unique and individual shops.
An enchanting, privately owned hotel of unique charm and character, where time appears to stand still.
This unique house was built in 1821 for Sir George Stuart Mackenzie, the 7th Baronet of Coul.
The River Spey is one of the finest salmon rivers in Scotland. It flows one hundred miles from the mountains in the west, to the Moray Firth coast. The famous Speyside whisky distilleries are found throughout its length.
Aviemore's premier independent hotel, situated directly opposite the railway station in the heart of the town, offers a warm and friendly welcome.
For great food, for adventurers, for chill seekers, for explorers, for everyone...
Situated overlooking the Pentland Firth with panoramic views of the Orkney Islands, this busy hotel is located in two acres of its own grounds, situated on the outskirts of Thurso.
Following an extensive refurbishment The Craigellachie Hotel reopened in May 2014.
Our self-catering accommodation is set in the midst of spectacular Highland scenery at the foot of Ben Nevis.
Relax. Luxuriate. Revive... In one of the world's most special places.
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