Holidays Cottages in Scotland
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When you book with Voyage Privé, there is a great range of characterful, luxurious holiday accommodation available in Scotland. If you're looking for holiday cottages Scotland has so many to offer. Whether you're after self-catering or want a small, cosy hotel for your break, we take a look at some of the most attractive and unusual places to stay from Edinburgh to John O'Groats.
The Skyline and The Old Chapel are located within the World Heritage Site on Edinburgh's George Square. A Georgian Town-house style apartment with stylish interiors which is in the heart of Edinburgh's Literature Quarter. A perfect city centre spot, with fantastic views and a funky vibe. These apartments are furnished with a modern twist and are equipped with everything you need for an independent stay, including WiFi, a washing machine and private parking.
These handsome historical homes near Edinburgh's Stockbridge and historic George Square have been carefully selected for their high-quality home from home feel. Explore the treasures of Edinburgh from the quirky old town to the hustle and bustle of the Royal Mile. Bursting with culture, festivals, museums and galleries, Scotland's capital has something for everyone.
Spacious self-catering accommodation at the very North of Great Britain. Sightsee, discover nature and discover hidden beaches from this breath-taking corner of the world. With outstanding views out to the Orkneys from the glass frontage of this holiday home. Facilities include a specially designed boot room, free WiFi, flat-screen Apple TV with movies on demand and Playstation 3 so you can have fun inside or out, whatever the weather.
At the northernmost tip of Britain, with its own private beach, this historic tower has bags of character and tons of facilities. For an atmospheric luxurious Scottish escape, it can't be beaten. Located within striking distance of Wick, The Castle of May, Old Pulteney Distillery, John O'Groats and just a short ferry ride from the Orkney Islands.
With plush furnishing and handy kitchenettes, these compact holiday homes, in a former courtier's house, are located within the walls of the historic centre, a short stroll from the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The perfect fusion of old and new, these historic residences are furnished with contemporary comforts and combine the charm of Medieval fireplaces and spiral stairs with Bose sound systems and Nespresso coffee machines.
If you're looking for a boutique hotel then you'll find it behind the Georgian facade of this chic townhouse. With daring contemporary designs blending seamlessly with original features, Tigerlily is perfectly positioned for all your Edinburgh adventures. Discover delectable restaurants, independent shops and cultural hotspots just 20 minutes from Edinburgh Castle.
If Glasgow is where you want to be, then this centrally located newcomer offers hotel-style services with a twist. This Art Deco Building offers Premium Studio accommodation that provide modern comforts combined with the freedom to choose where you eat from the massive range of bars and restaurants that Glasgow has to offer. As well as food and drink, Glasgow is famed for its culture, art and shopping and makes a great place for a weekend break.
If a castle is more your style, then the luxurious bedrooms at this superb location might appeal to you. Set within 35 acres of spectacular gardens and parkland, just 7 miles from Edinburgh at Musselburgh, Carberry Tower dates back to the 15th century. Full of period features and refurbished with a bar, a library, a billiards room and a whisky bar, Carberry Tower offers a warm welcome.
This hotel in the beautiful fishing village of Port Appin offers gorgeous views across Loch Linnhe. Visit the award-winning seafood restaurant for local produce or relax in the flower-filled conservatory. A luxury boutique hotel a few steps from the romantic landmark of Castle Stalker.
This border stronghold, close to Gretna and Dumfries, is restored 15th Century Medieval Scottish Castle Wedding Venue and Baronial Hotel which has luxury themed en-suite rooms that feature 4-poster beds. Retaining numerous original features like the huge open fireplace of the great hall, the laird's dressing room and the 15th-century royal coat of arms. Dumfries is home to beautiful buildings and some impressive museums. This hotel makes a perfect base for exploring the delights of the border countryside and attractions like the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum.
With so many different places to visit, Scotland makes a holiday destination that you'll want to return to again and again. From magical castles to cosy cottages, smart apartments to hip boutique hotels, you'll find what you're looking for when you join Voyage Privé. Sign up now to receive exclusive deals by email.