A homespun inn with irresistible prices in a tiny village deep in the country - the river Tweed is close, fishing can be arranged
A blissfully quiet apartment in a central residential street of Georgian New Town houses. A short walk from shops, museums and cafes
Looking for a little luxury in Scotland’s magnificent wilderness? You’ll find it here in spades, surrounded by loch and mountain
A small hotel on the water with glorious views, lovely rooms, deep peace and one of the best seafood restaurants on the west coast
Escape to mountains, sea and sky, simple rooms and lovely food. Walk, swim, read, write, nurture your soul
Come for a blast of Scottish history! Traditional, historic, vast and filled with warm character. The owners will tell you all about it
Atmospheric tower with flamboyant rooms. Flickering candles, antiques, art, books, ecclesiastical features and quirky pieces abound
Cosy cottage on a working hill sheep farm with spectacular views, walks from the door and Edinburgh just ten miles away
A friendly, quirky little bolthole, great for couples or small families after fresh air and big skies. Epic walks and long beaches await
Remote cottage on Cawdor Estate surrounded by valleys, moors and abundant wildlife, and with sandy beaches close by
Ample space, superlative scenery and all mod cons make this a perfect find for families and groups. You can bring the dog, too!
On a magical peninsular in west Galloway, land of sea and cows, 2 stylish cottages & a farmhouse perfect for nature-loving families...
A pleasure, and privilege, to stay in Sir Walter Scott's family house with views over the Regency gardens and the River Tweed
If you’ve never been to the Outer Hebrides, it’s time you came - and where else to stay than this lovely house on magnificent Harris
Georgian flat full of comfort and character - comfortable beds, great location, a feast of a breakfast and a garden patio. Charming host too
The views are open and green, the houses are homely (with hints of luxury) and the gardens face the river. Perfect for all ages…
What do you do with a down-at-heel roadside inn? You get Mhor to come and turn it into a quirky base with their funky style and lovely food
An 18th-century cottage for four on a working sheep farm: walk the Pentland Hills, get the bus to Edinburgh for culture
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