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Holiday cottages for 6 people in Scotland


The stunning scenery in Scotland is one of the main reasons for taking a cottage holiday there. For beautiful landscapes, most people go north of Glasgow on the west coast to take in the views of mountains reaching down to the coast, and the Scottish Islands. Ferries from the Scottish mainland take visitors to enjoy the wildlife, bird watching and tranquillity of the islands. Catch a ferry from Ardrossan for the Isle of Arran or Skelmolie for the Isle of Bute - both popular islands to visit.

Travel further north to Oban, another beautiful location and ferry port for ferries to the Isle of Mull and even further north to the Kyle of Lochalsh to drive across the bridge to Skye. This north western coast of Scotland is fragmented and indented by rivers, streams and harbours cut into the rock - the effect is magical.

There are holiday cottages that sleep 6 people on all the islands and on the Scottish mainland.

cottages scotland sleep 6


Each are has its own style of cottages and housing. Many cottages in Scotland, both on the west and east coast tend to be built of granite to withstand the harsh cold winters. Walls are often more than a foot thick for added insulation.

Pine lodges or a mixture for timber and granite is used to build modern holiday homes and log cabins. These purpose built holiday accommodation often comes in groups with communal facilities such as games rooms and swimming pools.


Family self catering holidays in Scotland

holidays in scotlandScotland is an excellent choice for a family holiday for people who enjoy being outdoors. There are plenty of places for walks. The beaches are fantastic and ideal for the usual type of seaside holiday on hot days. These may be few and far between in Scotland, however, the sand dunes and deserted beaches are still very good for walks, jogging, games of hide and seek, shell seeking and for spotting sea life and seals.

The very fit may try to bag munros (climb to the summit of mountains) but there are also plenty of hill walks around the hills rather than over them. Walkers often come across ancient stone circles or Pictish standing stones, herds of deer and golden eagles. This is red squirrel country and you will spot many wild animals that are not seen in England.

During the summer, heather on the hillsides glows pink and the landscape takes on a new beauty. Anytime between May and the end of August is good for visiting Scotland. Book a cottage for your family and have a different holiday experience in Scotland.