Large, elegant and comfortable family house on the beautiful unspoilt island of Raasay. Ideal for families or friends wanting to holiday together in comfort and style. Great base from which to explore Raasay and Skye. Or take advantage of the tennis court, large garden and games room - perfect for children of all ages. …see more
A range of family-friendly two bedroom lodges at Cologin. Various layouts and options including pet friendly, pet free and wheelchair access. Country pub on site, free fishing, waymarked forest trails and easy access to Oban. Cologin is less than 3 miles from the bustling seaside town of Oban. …see more
Strathlachlan Lodge is a luxury detached property that sits in its own private grounds in the hamlet of Strathlachlan close to Loch Fyne in Argyle. Surrounded by mountains and forest the Lodge is a rustic hidaway that is perfect for family holidays. In one of the most picturesque parts of the west coast Strathlachan is a tiny hamlet of five cottages. …see more
White harled, traditional Scottish farmhouse with lovely views and private south facing patio and gardens. Five large bedrooms (including a family room with bunk beds) accommodates 10 adults PLUS upto 4 children. Open fires, kitchen range, 4 bathrooms (2 ensuite). Please note this property changes over on a FRIDAY for both short breaks and weekly lets. …see more
Nestled in mountain and sea - unique lochside location. Unrivalled for views, peace and seclusion. Personally owned and managed - see tripadvisor! Inside, thoughtfully updated and equipped. Outside-own beach, big garden, waterfalls, wildlife- connect to finest trails. …see more
A luxurious open plan holiday home with 3 bathrooms stunning views from the kitchen sink to the penthouse feel of the Sun room, and an edge of village location, set in the deer fenced grounds but surrounded by open space within the Cairngorms National Park. A heated boot room and gun safe are ideal for golf, hill walking, bird watching, fishing or stalking. …see more
This enchanting "C" listed stone built town house has spacious and bright accomodation for four people. Key features include:open plan sitting room/kitchen with period open fire, outside front terrace, secret back garden with heating and lighting and bbq . Free WI-FI. A unique townhouse, with an open fire and secret garden for dining. A quiet retreat in the centre of Forfar, …see more
This Elegant 1880 Victorian House, is superbly placed on a quiet street, with amazing views overlooking Kelvingrove Park in the most beautiful area of Glasgow. Surounded by the most popular Tourist attractions, restaurants, bars etc., all less than 5 minutes walk away. All 12 rooms come with Flat Screen TV's, DVD or BlueRay Players, 500+ DVD's, Up to 64mb/s Wifi throughout …see more
Welcome to Logie country house, a 17th century mansion on a country estate, dating back to 1492. The luxury 5*, thirteen bedroom house with cinema, indoor pool, gym, jacuzzi, log fire, sky+, all mod cons and island. The ideal place to relax and unwind. Please check our website for up to date pricing. The quoted rate does not include use of the ballroom. …see more
Situated approximately 500 metres off the A9 road on a private farm track, the house enjoys an elevated and secluded position, with a panoramic view over the entire coastline, from Caithness in the north to Moray in the south. …see more
Modern self catering lodge in the village of St Fillans on Loch Earn in rural Perthshire, an ideal base for walking, cycling, fishing and watersports, as well as touring the Southern Scottish Highlands and The Trossachs. Access to hotel jetty and slipway on Loch Earn. …see more
Low Drumskeog Holiday Cottage is the perfect getaway. Enjoy this idyllic corner of Scotland - our Gulf Stream climate ensures you can visit many beautiful gardens. There are miles of beautiful beaches to explore. For hill walkers they can enjoy the start of the Southern Upland Way. …see more
Kerryniven offers accommodation for up to six guests, in three double bedrooms (one of which is en-suite) and provides immaculate and abundant living space for family holidays, corporate weekends, wedding parties and relaxing breaks. …see more
Tucked away in a quiet position yet only a short walk to all amenities including the beach and the pretty harbour, this historic Coaching Inn dating from 1617 has been renovated as a spacious, well equipped and comfortable holiday home. …see more
This small two bedroomed self catering cottage lies on the north end of the Old Haybarn, and its accommodation comprises of a downstairs kitchen, dining area and sitting room, facing west on to the old stable yard; …see more
A spacious and welcoming, stone-built cottage, set in a secluded corner of Melfort with a large triangle of garden (shared with Melfort Cottage). The rear of the building leads on to the old stable yard which has been landscaped into a quadrangle garden. …see more
A lovely welcoming, stone-built cottage, the Old Haybarn forms the remaining part of old stable yard which has been landscaped into a quadrangle garden flanked on the other two sides by the Stables and Melfort Cottages. …see more
Lovely Beechwood House enjoys fantastic views over the Estate from an elevated position on the hillside, below the Beech woods of Melfort. Spacious family cottage with two bedrooms, open-plan sitting room, kitchen, dining area. Fantastic facilities included in rental! …see more
The Blacksmith's self catering cottage lies on the banks of the River Oude and is in an idyllic setting close by the tennis court and stables. It has its own secluded garden (fenced to the water's edge).
These cottages lie outside the main estate in front of the Home Farm and are only 50 yards from the River Oude, by the bridge leading to the front gates of the estate. This large stone building comprises the three cottages and has a large shared rear garden.
The Cooperage Apartments lie at the Western end of the Gunpowder House. They have the original thick stone built walls but are light and airy with fantastic views to the Melfort Hills. Close to the Play Park and Facilities, they are ideal for families. …see more
Stone-built, spacious and airy, the Cooperage Apartments lie at the Western end of the Gunpowder House, in the very heart of Melfort Village, close to all facilities.
Fantastic views over the grounds and to the Melfort Hills beyond. …see more
Ideally located, these cottages are only 50ft from the edge of Fearnach Bay and have a marvellous view south east across Melfort Pier. They are built of locally quarried stone and the two cottages lie adjacent to each other with their own large gardens and car parking. …see more
Ideally located, these cottages are only 50ft from the edge of Fearnach Bay and have a marvellous view south east across Melfort Pier. They are built of locally quarried stone and the two cottages lie adjacent to each other with their own large gardens and car parking
Stone-built, with unusual arched windows overlooking the shared quadrangle garden and with views to the Melfort Hills beyond. These fine cottages were once known as the Court of Offices, but more recently were the home of the estate's Highland ponies. …see more
This stone-built cottage with its unusual curved wall, is in the very centre of the estate and 150 years ago the building was used as a small weighbridge for the gunpowder railway hoppers that passed by the building on their way down to the Pier. …see more
Stone-built with upstairs living area and bedrooms downstairs. These fine cottages were once known as the Court of Offices, but more recently were the home of the estate's Highland ponies.
Fantastic views over the quadrangle garden and to the Melfort hills beyond. …see more
From the breathtaking mountain scenery and rugged coastlines of the Scottish Highlands and Hebrides to the rolling farmland and bustling cities of the Borders, Scotland has all you need for the perfect family cottage holiday. If you’re after a city break, rent a stylish private house or apartment in Edinburgh or Glasgow for art galleries, museums and shopping. Treat yourself to booking luxury accommodation and sampling Scotland’s numerous whisky distilleries, and head to the Highlands to experience remote rural wilderness – ideal for walkers and nature lovers. Culture vultures will love Scotland’s magnificent castles, and you can stay in a self catering farmhouse for an authentic Scottish experience. Rent a holiday cottage on the shores of Loch Ness to try and spot the famous monster, or stay in a rural lodge and relax with a spot of loch-side fishing.
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