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Scotland’s six cities are spread out over a spectacularly diverse landscape and include two of the finest urban centres in Europe, Glasgow and Edinburgh, each with its own distinctive appeal. Edinburgh’s complex history and elegant tone is emphasised by its ancient castle and five Michelin-starred restaurants.  Glasgow, 50 miles west, is Scotland’s largest city with a particularly vibrant arts scene. Both have huge appeal for shoppers and museum and gallery-lovers, with easy access to exquisite countryside, too. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park lie close to Glasgow, while an hour north of Edinburgh the Highlands of Perthshire rise.

Those dramatic peaks become especially scenic towards northerly Inverness, Capital of the Highlands, where wonderful hill-walking opportunities surround iconic lakes such as Loch Ness. To the west, Oban offers a gateway to other-worldly islands including Mull and the Inner Hebrides. Nearby Fort William, close to the gaunt rocks of Glen Coe and Ben Nevis, is known as the Adventure Capital of Europe.

Quieter enjoyment lies on the east coast where the whisky country of Speyside near Aberdeen contains half of Scotland’s distilleries. And it’s also worth exploring the far northerly islands of Orkney and the Shetlands, where Scottish and Nordic backgrounds mix intriguingly. Scotland’s vast numbers of walking trails include the highly popular West Highland Way, leading from near Glasgow past the foot of Ben Nevis; also the Fife Coastal Path, starting above Edinburgh, passing fine seascapes and good food areas towards St. Andrews, the home of golf.

So why wait? Book yourself a luxury holiday cottage in Scotland and enjoy this amazing part of the UK, whether it’s a short break or a two week holiday you’re sure to find the right cottage for you on our listings. 

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Up Helly Aa
Up Helly Aa

A fire festival held in Scotland in the middle of winter to mark the end of the yule season. Processions of up to a thousand guizers form into squads and march through the town or village in a variety of themed costumes. (photo - Up Helly Aa)

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Glasgow Film Festival
Glasgow Film Festival

The anniversary of the Cosmo cinema, which became the Glasgow Film Theatre in 1974, sees a celebration of a different theme of film each year. (photo - VisitEngland/Isle of Wight Festival)

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Scottish Highland Games
Scottish Highland Games

A way of celebrating Scottish and Celtic culture and heritage, especially that of the Scottish Highlands through the recreation of the old Highland Games. (photo - Scottish Highland Games Association)

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The Edinburgh Military Tattoo
The Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Set against the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh Castle, a spine-tingling presentation will include pipers, drummers, singers and dancers. (photo -

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World Pipe Championship
World Pipe Championship

The World's biggest Pipe Band Championships, The Worlds takes place in Glasgow each August. (photo - World Pipe Championship)

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Holiday cottages in Scotland

Premier Cottages currently have one cottage in Scotland but that shouldn’t stop you from visiting this amazingly diverse country in the UK.

5 Star Luxury Cottages

Our luxury cottage set in the rural town of Kilry is perfect for an adventurous get away in the hills of Scotland. With wildlife on your doorstep and miles of walking and cycling trails this luxury cottage is in a great spot for adventure seekers! To the north is the largest national park in Britain, Cairngorms National Park. Home to the world famous Balmoral Castle and with more idyllic villages, towering forests, peaceful streams and lochs than you can imagine – you’re in the perfect place for a relaxing break. There’s also golf courses and fishing spots nearby the cottage if you want a more tranquil break.

Self Catering Scotland

Less than a 10 minute drive or just a 30 minute cycle is the beautiful inland Loch of Lintrathen. Walk or cycle around the Loch and discover the abundance of different wildlife throughout the year. See birds such as Ospreys and the Pink footed Goose to even Eurasian Beavers and Otters! A further 20 minute drive or an hour’s cycle is the magnificent Glamis Castle. Steeped in history, Glamis Castle is open for guided tours each day. It was the setting for Shakespeare’s Macbeth and has been the family home of Simon Patrick Bowes Lyon, 19th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne since 1372!

What to do in Scotland

Why not pay a visit to Dunkeld, a small and scenic town situated on the banks of the River Tay that’s rich in Scottish heritage? Full of restored 17th and 18th century houses that were burned down in the Battle of Killiecrankie in the 17th century and home to the historic Dunkeld Cathedral it’s a fantastic taste of Scottish history and culture and the perfect place to spend the day. Visit the speciality shops lining the streets or walk along the River Tay, the longest river in Scotland. All within driving distance of our luxury Scottish Holiday Cottages.

Looking for even more to do? Read our blog for information about the best winter walks in Scotland.

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