Scotland is one of the most picturesque destinations in the UK and is packed full of amazing attractions to do and see for visitors of all ages. From the beautiful cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow to the various remote Lochs and stunning coastal routes, Scotland is the perfect place to start planning your next staycation in the UK.
City Breaks and Hotels in Scotland
City and hotel breaks in Scotland have long been popular with people from various parts of the UK and with good reason. The capital of Edinburgh is an exceptional city break and definitely one of the best in the entire UK. The city is steeped in history and features cosy bars, underground ghost tours, a superb shopping experience and one of the very best Christmas markets in Europe if you happen to be visiting during that time of year. Glasgow is another fantastic city break and features a wide-range of hotels: from the cheap and cheerful to the five-star luxury ones. The city is a hotspot for live music events, local distilleries and its giant cathedral is well worth a tour.
Cottage Breaks in Scotland
Cottage breaks are extremely popular all across Scotland due to its vast amount of countryside and picture-perfect views. Fort William, Arran, Glencoe and Loch Ness are the best places to begin your search and you will find cottages with sea or lake views, with their own hot tubs and much more. Whether you travel to the Scottish Borders, the Highlands or Western Isles’ Beach, you are sure to find the perfect cottage break no matter where you choose in Scotland.
Beach Holidays in Scotland
Most of Scotland is surrounded by water and so you will find no shortage of superb coastal routes and water sports to try out. Although they may not be your typical ‘UK beach holiday’ destinations, they provide a breath of fresh air, breath-taking views and beautiful beach walks no matter the time of year. Wester Ross, Red Point Beach and the Isle of Islay are excellent starting points for your next beach retreat in Scotland.