Holiday Cottages in Scotland

The latest holiday let to join WhichCottage.com is the Bothy. A new conversion of a small stone and timber barn set in the grounds of The Smithy, but completely private. Tombane is only five miles from Dunkeld on the Sma’ Glen road which is one of the old Wade roads. This is an ideal area to be based for easy access to Perth, Edinburgh and further north. Historic Perthshire Blair Castle, the  ancient seat of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl is just a short drive from this holiday let. With the earliest known part of the present castle dates from 1269  and the history extending over some 740 years.  The castle is a must see for those visiting the heart of Highland Perthshire. Another castle to visit in Perthshire is Castle Menzies, this 16th century castle is ancestral seat of the Clan Menzies. It is located a little to the west of the small village of Weem, near Aberfeldy very close to the cottage. Dunkeld Just 5 miles from the holiday cottage is Dunkeld with its cathedral set on the banks of the Tay and the wonderful shops and restaurants. For those keen walkers, there are many beautiful and vaired walks including the Hermitage and Rumbling Bridge Falls. Bird Spotters For keen twitchers, there is an abundance of local birdlife, including buzzards, oystercatchers and curlews. Pitlochry Theatre A short drive from the self catering cottage is the town of Pitlochry with the well know Pitlochry theatre which has outstanding productions throughout the year. Family activities This area of Perthshire…

New rental property on West Coast of Scotland – Summer 2010 availability We welcome this 4 bedroom (sleeping 8 in comfort) property to Which Cottage this luxury house, Seabank,  is situated near the small village of Benderloch on the West Coast of Scotland. Just 10 miles north of Oban and under an hour’s drive from Fort William this is an ideal base to explore the delights of Argyll and the islands off the West coast. Seabank Lodge is an architecturally designed, luxury cottage which offers spacious and extremely high quality self catering accommodation with one of the finest views on the West coast of Scotland. It has an outdoor Jacuzzi hot tub in the garden and is a wonderful place to escape to and relax with family or friends. The house is suitable for assisted wheelchair users as it has a double bedroom on the ground floor with an en-suite wheel-in wet room with power shower. Activities – there are endless activities nearby, from walking in Glencoe to cycling on the island of Lismore. As Seabank is close to the sea, there is an abundance of sea sports available such as sea kayaking, sailing, windsurfing and scuba diving.  In fact, as the house slopes down to the shore of the sea loch, it is ideal for launching small boats or kayaks. For the more adventurous there is downhill mountain biking at the Nevis range. Any keen ‘Munro baggers’ or climbers will also find ample opportunity to climb some in Argyll. Given the proximity to Oban…

Recently added 2 bedroom self-catering holiday cottage in Scotland – overlooking a sea loch. Summer holiday availability.

Holiday Cottages in Scotland

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Self-catering accommodation in Scotland HIGHLANDS | EDINBURGH | GALLOWAY | PERTHSHIRE | ARGYLL | DEESIDE From the Highlands down to Lothian, and from Perthshire to Galloway, all visitors to Scotland will receive a warm Scottish welcome. Visit Scotland, and you’ll enjoy the deep flowing rich cultural history that leaves a mark that never fades. Buy a kilt, watch mohair being spun, walk by the sea or in a world famous national park, join in a clan festival, follow the Scotch whiskey trail, go fishing in a Highland loch or Lowland river. All in your own time and at your own pace. Holiday cottages in Scotland represent the most authentic way to experience the country. The reasons are: Properties in the midst of it all – Not a city type? Rent a holiday cottage in the misty mountains, and every morning you can step out onto nature’s doorstep. Unique character ­­– Forget hotel lobbies and set mealtimes. Roaring fires, hot tubs, saunas, wood stove burners and coming and goings as you please are what define holiday cottage life. Holidays that suit you – Whether it’s a last-minute weekend away, or a month of pure relaxation, there are holiday cottages available all over Scotland to suit your precise requirements. Romantic retreat – There’s nothing more romantic than feeling you have stepped back to a time to a place years away from modern life. The centuries of Scottish history at your fingertips will simple delight you. So if you’re thinking of booking a holiday, make sure you check…