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Stunning scenery, from mountain to glen, remote isles to lively cities, Scotland makes for a great holiday experience. Whether it's 'bagging' a munroe or swimming in a loch, spotting red deer or bird watching, exploring the forests or whisky tasting there is so much to offer.

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TORBRECK CHALET, pet friendly, country holiday cottage in Kincr 2

Kingussie, Highland, Scotland

TORBRECK CHALET, pet friendly, country holiday cottage in Kincr From £1015 Availability

This first-floor chalet rests in Kingussie, in the Cairngorms National Park and can sleep four people in one bedroom and a sofa bed.

Torbreck Chalet is a first-floor chalet resting in Kingussie in the Cairngorms National Park. Hosting one bedroom; a king-size, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four guests. There is an open-plan living area with a kitchen, dining and sitting room with a sofa-bed, gas log fire, and oil central heating. Torbeck Chalet is a charming property that is ideal for exploring the Cairngorms National Park.

Amenities: Oil central heating and gas stove-effect fire. Electric ceramic oven, grill and hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine, dishwasher, TV and WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Parking at front of property, additional parking at the side of the property. Balcony. Shared garden. One well-behaved pet welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop within 7.5 miles, pub within 1.0 miles. Note: An additional two adults can be slept on the sofa bed.

Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain’s best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam.

Town: Kingussie is located in the popular tourist attraction of the Cairngorms National Park, offering a wide range of hotels, shops, restaurants and one of Scotland’s most beautiful golf courses. Close to Kingussie is the award-winning Highland Folk Museum and Highland Wildlife Park, which is home to many wildlife species. 12 miles south of Aviemore is ski destination, Lecht, whilst nearby village of Dalwhinnie is home to Scotland’s highest distillery, with plenty of activities and attractions nearby.

Located in Kingussie, this lodge is on a river. Spey Valley Golf Course and Kingussie Golf Club are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those looking for area attractions can visit Highland Wildlife Park and Speyside Wildlife. Explore all the area has to offer with cycling and hiking/biking trails.

Traditional Log Cabin At Puck's Glen In The Argyll Forest Park 6

Dunoon, Argyll, Scotland

Traditional Log Cabin At Puck's Glen In The Argyll Forest Park From £476 Availability

Sat at the edge of Argyll Forest Park in the Cowal peninsula at the foot of the magical Puck's Glen, Stravaigin Lodge is a self-catering Scottish log cabin just ten minutes north of Dunoon and within walking distance of Benmore Botanical Gardens and Loch Eck.

One of just 18 privately owned lodges, collectively known as Lamont Lodges, Stravaigin Lodge is a perfect base for exploring any number of gloriously tranquil glens and riverside walks. Or if you're looking for something a little more adventurous the magnificent Beinn Mhor is just up the road while the surrounding forests, rivers and lochs are the perfect place for fishing, mountain biking or quad biking.

Located in Dunoon, this cabin is in a rural area and by the sea. Holy Loch Marina and Blairmore and Strone Golf Glub are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and Lunderston Bay. Traveling with kids? Consider Benmore Botanic Garden and Quadmania. Jet skiing and scuba diving offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with hunting and hiking nearby.

Transylvania Glamping Pod 2

Roy Bridge, Highland, Scotland

Transylvania Glamping Pod From £875 Availability

Transylvania Pods it`s situated in the heart of the Scottish Highland close to Ben Nevis and Fort William and within easy reach of all the attractions of the Outdoor Capital of the UK. An ideal base to explore the area or a stop off when travelling to/from the Isle of Skye. Our cosy garden pod is ideal for couples.
The name of the Pods are given after the place where we live the childhood and continuing our life at present.
Our comfortable en-suite Pod has a small double bed however it is a little bit narrower than a standard double (all bed linen provided). The kitchen area is equipped with fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster - crockery, cutlery and towels also provided.
Our shower-room is fully equipped however, due to the curved roof of our pod head room is a bit limited! Tall people beware.
The pods are well insulated, the patio doors and the rear opening window have double glazing and there is electric radiators heating in the kitchen/living area for year-round comfort.

This chalet is located in Roybridge. Clan Cameron Museum and West Highland Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Highland Soaps and Great Glen Water Park.

Twinflower Apartment 4

Midlothian, Scotland

Twinflower Apartment From £2171 Availability

Twinflower Apartment is in Edinburgh's distinguished Georgian Square of Saxe Coburg Place. A peaceful area of the New Town, the square is adorned with elegant buildings that surround a lovely central garden. Stockbridge is a unique neighbourhood only a twenty-minute walk from the city centre, offering a diverse array of shops, cafes, bars, and restaurants.

This first-floor drawing room apartment can accommodate up to four people and offers attractive views of the leafy surroundings from both the front and rear windows. Upon entering the apartment, guests are welcomed into a hallway from which various rooms radiate. The beautifully proportioned sitting room, adorned with exquisite Georgian features, overlooks the central garden and is fitted with comfortable seating arranged around a striking marble fireplace, with a large mirror hanging above it, enhancing the sense of space and brightness. The room also features large bookshelves, which house an interesting assortment of reading materials, as well as a TV with a DVD player, providing an excellent spot for relaxation.

The light and airy dining kitchen offer vistas towards the northern part of the city, and a large table at the centre of the room provides seating for six people. The well-designed, fully equipped kitchen offers ample cupboard and workspace, making it an excellent choice for those who intend to cook up a storm!

The apartment offers two comfortable bedrooms, both of which have ample hanging and drawer space. The master bedroom is decorated with calming neutral tones and furnished with a double bed that overlooks the garden. The second twin bedroom is situated at the rear of the apartment and has beds that can be arranged as a double upon request. A hallway off the kitchen leads to a utility room and the spacious bathroom, which boasts original wooden floors and a modern suite.

Twinflower Apartment offers a tranquil escape in Edinburgh, the perfect home away from home in this vibrant city!

This drawing-room apartment is situated in Saxe Coburg Place, a renowned Georgian Square in the charming Stockbridge area of New Town in Edinburgh, Scotland. The neighbourhood is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike, thanks to its unique character, diverse amenities, and tranquil atmosphere. The apartment is on the first floor of an elegant building, surrounded by other similarly impressive structures that form the square.

Stockbridge is a neighbourhood that is famous for its distinct vibe and variety of attractions. The area is only a twenty-minute walk from the city centre, making it a convenient location for exploring Edinburgh's many sights and sounds. However, despite its proximity to the city centre, Stockbridge maintains a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere, which is perfect for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

The area is home to a wide range of shops, cafes, bars, and restaurants, providing visitors with various options for entertainment and dining. Local businesses include a first-rate cheesemonger, butcher, wine merchant, and fishmonger, ensuring guests access the freshest and most delicious produce. St. Stephen's Street, which is close to the apartment, is renowned for its antique shops and quirky boutiques, making it an excellent destination for those who enjoy browsing for unique treasures.

In addition to its many urban attractions, Stockbridge is also located near several stunning natural landmarks. Inverleith Park and the Botanical Gardens offer expansive open spaces that are perfect for a picnic, a stroll, or a game of frisbee. The Water of Leith flows through Stockbridge, providing visitors with a picturesque walkway that meanders through the neighbourhood, passing by several notable landmarks. The walkway can be followed all the way to Leith or the Modern Art Gallery and beyond. For those who enjoy swimming, the Victorian Glenogle Baths are situated nearby and offer a unique opportunity to experience a piece of Edinburgh's history.

Twinflower Apartment offers a fabulous location that offers an exceptional blend of urban and natural attractions. Whether you're in the mood for a day of shopping and dining or a stroll through a scenic park, Stockbridge has something for everyone.

Unique Norwegian cabin perched above the River Findhorn with a 2

Nairn, Highland, Scotland

Unique Norwegian cabin perched above the River Findhorn with a From £448 Availability

This unique Norwegian cabin built in the 1890’s and served as a painting studio for the Earl of Leven at that time who was an amateur water colourist and photographer. It is perched above the Findhorn with breath - taking views across the river to the Dunearn moors. It's the perfect romantic hideaway or retreat.

It is 200m from Glenferness House shielded from view by rhododendrons. There is a canopied double bed and a hammock to relax in. There is a shower-room. There is electric heating. Hidden in the cupboard you will find a fridge and microwave and washing-up bowl as there is no kitchen sink. There is also a table-top cooker, toaster and kettle. There is no WiFi nor television reception at The Studio but there is a television that can play DVDs and there is also a CD player.

Located in Nairn, this cabin is on a river. Boath House Spa and Nairn Golf Club are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Moray Firth and Nairn Beach. Be sure to check out the area's animals with activities such as game walks and birdwatching.

Unique rural property 10

Aberfeldy, Perthshire, Scotland

Unique rural property From £3605 Availability

Schiehallion - Fairy Hill of the Caledonians. This is our unique chalet complete with fully equipped kitchen, log burner and stunning views over loch tay. Sink yourself in the optional hot tub after a long day in the great outdoors

Located in Aberfeldy, this chalet is in a rural area and on a lake. Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and Loch Tay reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include Canyoning Scotland and Bolfracks Garden. Spend some time exploring the area's activities, including wildlife walks.

Unique tiny house with wood-fired roll-top bath in ❤ of the Cai 4

Ballater, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Unique tiny house with wood-fired roll-top bath in ❤ of the Cai From £938 Availability

This sustainably crafted tiny house, adorned with beautiful hand-made woodworks and a unique wood-fired roll-top bath to soak and enjoy the stars in, is the perfect place to rest your head during your highland adventures.

The tiny house can sleep up to four guests. Two guests on a king-size loft bed and two on a hand-made pull-out double bed. The tiny house boasts a kitchen equipped with everything you need, including a sage coffee machine; a lounge with a unique hand-crafted dining area; and a bathroom with a spacious walk-in shower. In addition to your own private wood-fired roll top bath, there is a hot tub for you to get the full relaxation experience in! The hot tub is shared with our other guests at the steading, but we have created a schedule for you to book a private slot during your stay and it is situated out of sight from the cabin to keep your privacy. The cabin encompasses comfort, functionality and luxury in a magnificent compact and sustainable design.

In the mornings, wake up to spectacular views and try your hand at brewing a professional coffee. In the afternoon, sit outside on the lovely raised deck and enjoy a glass of wine or a wee dram while overlooking the beautiful organic vegetable garden. Then to add a bit of luxury to your holiday, sit back and relax in the vintage wood-fired roll-top bath or the hot tub. The perfect way to end a day exploring the local area!

The tiny house is located on a small steading nestled in the heart of the Cairngorms, on the edge of beautiful Ballater. As you enter you will see an old stone building and a newly landscaped wildflower garden. It has been planted with native wildflowers and will provide a habitat for local wildlife.

At the steading, we are trying to build unique, low-impact sustainable holiday accommodations, with high-quality design and materials for our guests. The tiny house is newly built and 100% finished. However, you may notice other projects on the property which are not completed to the same level as the tiny house, though, this should not impact or disturb you during your stay, whatsoever.

The tiny house is perfectly situated to access all that the Cairngorms and Royal Deeside have to offer. Walking trails, hiking, golf, mountain biking, skiing and other outdoor activities are all on your doorstep.

The accommodation is located a mile and a half to Ballater. You can either drive or walk along the much loved 7 bridges walk to get to the village. Here you can find a selection of café’s, restaurants and pubs, or possibly a bit of local independent shopping. If you want to visit the Queen, Balmoral Estates is a stone’s throw away. Balmoral and Royal Lochnagar Whiskey distillery are only 6 miles away. Also close by is the Historic Town of Braemar.

If there is anything you should need during your stay we are only a message or phone call away.

Located in Ballater, this cabin is in a rural area and on a river. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve and Cairngorms National Park, while Knock Gallery and The Butterworth Gallery are cultural highlights.

Unique Upcycled Straw Trailer @ Westcote 6

HAWICK, Scottish Borders, Scotland

Unique Upcycled Straw Trailer @ Westcote From £1057 Availability

Situated on a working sheep farm in the heart of the Scottish Borders Westcote Glamping's Straw Trailer was a pandemic upcycling project where we transformed a rusty disused bail trailer base to create a bespoke six-man unit with two double beds and two single beds.

This quaintly decorated trailer comes with all the internal (toilet, shower, full kitchen, sofa, table and wood burner) and external (BBQ, fire pit and sheltered table) amenities you would want for a delightful digital-detox staycation for families and groups of friends - add one of our four wood-burning hot tubs at an extra cost to make it the perfect stay!

Notes:
No excessive noise after 11 pm.
Dogs are welcome - £5 charge per dog, maximum 3 dogs.
Hot tubs are for exclusive use from 5pm until midnight, subject to availability and at an additional charge.
A complimentary bottle of Prosecco is provided for guests staying three nights or more.
This is our only winterised option - available all year with a wood burner and sheltered decking area to keep you toasty during Scotland’s snowy winters.
The unit sleeps 6 adults max - no exceptions. However, eight people can book if at least two are children under 5 and sleep on the sofa bed.

This cabin is located in Hawick. Heart of Hawick and Drumlanrigs Tower are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Woodside Garden Centre and Jedforest Deer & Farm Park. Scott's View and St Abbs & Eyemouth Voluntary Marine Reserve are also worth visiting.

Unique, Off- Grid Beehive Pod at Westcote Glamping 4

Hawick, Scottish Borders, Scotland

Unique, Off- Grid Beehive Pod at Westcote Glamping From £574 Availability

Situated on a working sheep farm in the heart of the Scottish Borders Westcote Glamping's Beehive Pod is a one-of-a-kind unit built in Cumbria.

Compact, quirky and off-grid the Beehive sleeps four adults comfortably (bunk bed and double sofa bed) and meets your basic needs with a fridge and small hob powered sustainably by solar panel electricity and locally sourced gas and external eco-toilet and shower.

As with all our units you have your own BBQ and fire pit, the opportunity to use of our shared outdoor kitchen facilities (with an oven), and at an extra cost book one of our four wood-burning hot tubs - contact directly to book!

Notes:
No excessive noise after 11 pm.
Dogs are welcome - £5 charge per dog, maximum 3 dogs.
Hot tubs are for exclusive use from 5pm until midnight, subject to availability and at an additional charge.
A complimentary bottle of Prosecco is provided for guests staying three nights or more.
Solar power means that the plugs power are dependant on weather. Guests can use the plug point in the outdoor kitchen if the pod's solar battery is low to charge phones, dry their hair etc.

This cabin is located in Hawick. Heart of Hawick and Borders Textile Towerhouse are cultural highlights, and some of the area's landmarks include Drumlanrigs Tower and Jedburgh Castle & Jail Museum. Woodside Garden Centre and Jedforest Deer & Farm Park are also worth visiting.

Unique, Solo Log Cabin In Private Woodland With Views To Sea An 6

Golspie, Highland, Scotland

Unique, Solo Log Cabin In Private Woodland With Views To Sea An From £581 Availability

The Log Cabin is located 2 miles inland from the Highland village of Golspie at the Southern end of Dunrobin Glen. It faces South and has magnificent views over hill and woodland ground and beyond to the sea and Dornoch Firth. It is accessed by a quiet secondary country road and is not overlooked by any other properties. It is surrounded by dense Birch woodland and has a delightful semi-wild garden. It is constructed of solid Scots Pine timber and has a very natural, warm feel. It is ideal for a family holiday and sleeps up to 6 people in 3 bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin and 1 bunk bed). It has a bath, shower, well equipped galley kitchen and large open plan dining/living room with log fire and tv/DVD. There is also a spacious, covered veranda with washing machine/drier and generous adjacent parking. In 2012/13 the Cabin received a Three Star classification under the Scottish Tourist Board verification and grading scheme.

Located in Golspie, this cabin is in the mountains and by the sea. Orcadian Stone Company and Historylinks are cultural highlights, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Golspie Golf Club and Royal Dornoch Golf Club.

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