Holiday homes in Scotland are as wide ranging as the beautiful landscapes and colourful people who make up this historic, yet cutting-edge little country ‘up North’.
There really are a huge amount of options when setting on your journey of finding the perfect holiday home for your trip. How large a holiday home do you require? Where are some of the best places to stay in Scotland? Do you seek luxury or are you down with roughing it?
The typical holiday home conjures up ideas of a picturesque cottage, perhaps on the edge of a beautiful loch. And, you certainly can find a holiday home in Scotland fitting that description. From The Borders to Perthshire, the scenic West Coast or the out-of-this-world, breathtaking Scottish Highlands, there are homes to suit every possible type of visitor.
When you’re looking for a place to stay in Edinburgh, Glasgow, or another city in Scotland serviced apartments like Beaverhall Apartments could be a great idea. Of course, we would say that! The advantage of basing yourself in a major transport hub is that you can come and go as you please whilst simultaneously lapping up Scotland’s amazing cities.
What’s more it’s vital to consider your location when planning your schedule. There’s plenty of things to do in Edinburgh and the ‘Central Belt’ (a broad area stretching from West to East along lowland Scotland). For the highly adventurous there are many trips to the mesmerising Scottish Highlands and islands.
Of course, the easy way is to book in for minibus and coach tours where you can sit back and relax (instead of adopting the traditional potentially combative roles of ‘driver’ and ‘navigator’ in a hired car).
However you decide to plan your attack of booking holiday homes in Scotland you can rest assured that you’re going to have an exciting (and possibly also relaxing) time exploring Scotland.