Scotland accommodation offers a good choice of hotels and cottages, and some holiday rentals and hostels can be found in quiet rural areas or city centre locations.
Your ideal accommodation will depend very much on the reason for your visit, but you are guaranteed to find great accommodation for fair prices to suit your taste.
Hotels are an ideal choice for either towns or cities. The same goes for holiday rentals. These would be the perfect choice if you’re looking for a little more freedom and privacy, and of course, all your home comforts.
Our holiday cottages and castles are usually found in quieter settings, making them great venues for exploring the countryside, and also as an ideal base for outdoor activities. You can also get some great budget accommodation with Scottish hostels.
Scotland Holiday Cottages
A nice little holiday cottage would be your choice if you’re looking for some relaxation or a romantic getaway. Our holiday cottages and homes can range from isolated farmhouses to luxurious countryside cottages that are situated relatively close to towns and villages.
Scottish Castle Hotels
A stay in one of our Scottish Castle Hotels is the ultimate when it comes to treating yourself to something a little bit special. Not only can you can explore Scotland in the most beautiful surroundings with a nice relaxed atmosphere, you can also follow in the steps of Royalty.
Scotland Holiday Rentals
How does a home away from home sound? That’s what you get when you book one of these fabulous holiday rentals, situated in locations that offer something for everyone, whatever your interests are. Go on, spoil yourself with a little luxury.
Hostels in Scotland
This is the lowest cost accommodation. There are hundreds of hostels throughout Scotland. Many are in town and city locations and some of them have family rooms of a reasonably high standard. Others are in locations that are ideal for outdoor types, backpackers, students, and self guided tours.
If you intend visiting the city of Edinburgh in July or August, a word of advice … please remember to book your Scotland accommodation early. With extremely popular events including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Edinburgh Military Tattoo, the city is absolutely jam packed with visitors and performers from all over the world.
See the Scotland Travel Information page for all the information you need for travelling to Scotland. Get advice on passports and visas, currency, weather, holiday extras, useful travel links and much more.
Take the hassle out of your visit by organising your Car Rental in advance. Search a few companies, with great rates. Sat navigation hire available.
Popular Scottish Attractions :
Kelvingrove Art Gallery
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, with one of Europe’s great civic art collections is Scotland’s No 1 and best loved visitor attractions.
Glasgow Science Centre
This science and technology museum was awarded a 5 star rating in the visitor attraction category by the Scottish Tourist Board, Visit Scotland.
The Falkirk Wheel
This exceptional feat of engineering, is the world’s only rotating boat lift, connecting the Forth and Clyde with the Union Canal.