With the vibrant Scottish Borders town of Kelso within easy reach, Cockle Kitty holiday cottage affords a peaceful and tranquil setting to return home to at the end of an exciting day browsing the superb shops, visiting the historic sights or walking until your heart is content. Guests have the use of a fantastic tennis court. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Garden Bank Cottage sits in a pretty tranquil setting on the Scottish Borders near to the popular town of Kelso. Great walking and fishing, superb places for a meal out, plenty of historic sites to visit and wonderful shopping are just some of the reasons to visit (along with the use of a tennis court!). Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Plum Tree Cottage is a romantic retreat ideal for couples in a stunning setting with views over rolling farmland. Close to the popular Scottish Border town of Kelso with superb shopping and great places to enjoy a meal out, Plum Tree Cottage is perfect for exploring the Border towns, historic sights and many attractions. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
A waterside cottage sitting in a fabulous position amongst some of Scotland's finest scenery on the Craignish Peninsula with views over the Isle of Jura. Located in Argyll, close to the little Scottish village of Ardfern and under thirty miles from Oban guests can enjoy incredible scenery, wildlife, plenty of attractions and the tranquility of being by the water. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
A converted stone barn with great views across the heart of the Scottish borders. Within easy reach of castles, gardens, ancient abbeys and just six miles from the Northumberland Border, Thairn holiday cottage provides a good base for exploring the beautiful Scottish Borders. Explore walks from the cottage and enjoy the peace of Burnbrae.
All the poems and songs written about the beauty that lies in the Scottish Highlands and Islands are all true. However, we still strongly recommend that you see it all for yourself!
With places like The Cairngorms National Park situated in the Scottish Highlands, you’ll find plenty of mountains to climb as well as incredible forest hikes that lead to hidden lochs.
Peace and serenity are what lie on the Scottish Islands, so if you are looking for a holiday full of wildlife and scenery, then places like the Isle of Skye will be sure to impress.
The Highlands are even better than portrayed in the plethora of poems and songs written about them. The region covers nearly half of Scotland, yet is home to less than ten percent of the population, meaning you can really enjoy a sense of space.
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As you move away from the rugged landscape and into cities full of heritage and history, you’ll be astounded at the sheer beauty of the architecture that lies in South East Scotland. Alongside this, you can also find castles, museums and excellent shopping opportunities.
The landscape of Scotland's southeast couldn't be any more different to the Highlands. The country's capital city, Edinburgh, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is complemented wonderfully by the surrounding Lothians.
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In West Central Scotland you will find a fiercely Scottish atmosphere where the locals are proud of their home and heritage, as well as some great spots to do some browsing through shops and other historical monuments such as Stirling Castle. In contrast to the busier towns, if you drive 30 minutes from Stirling you will reach Loch Lomond where you can discover beautiful green forests and a huge expanse of water.
A trip to West Central Scotland will offer a much needed relaxing break, where you can get away from the hustle and bustle and soak up all that this beautiful part of Scotland has to offer. There are an array of great things to do when visiting West Central Scotland, so whether you are looking to unwind or explore the great outdoors, you can do it all.
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If outdoor activities are your thing, then East Central Scotland is an incredible playground for fishing, hiking, mountain biking, touring and road cycling. It doesn’t stop there though. If castles and museums are more what you are looking for, then you will also be able to find plenty of those in East Central Scotland too.
With an outstanding coastline, some of the best golf courses, unmatched hiking and fine dining, there are plenty of places in the South East of Scotland that make for a great holiday.
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If arts are what you are looking for, the South West is renowned for its offering of wonderful music, painting and writing. There are also some great towns to be explored where you can browse for hours through the many authentic bookshops.
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