Perfect for family holidays and relaxing short breaks. This exceptional property is situated just two minutes from the glorious sandy beach at Brora and its links golf course.
Beautifully refurbished and boasting a lovely spacious interior it stands with an attractive, well tended and fully enclosed garden beside the Royal Marine Hotel where Summer Cottage visitors enjoy full use of the clubs leisure facilities including a heated indoor swimming pool, gym, steam room etc.
Stunning costal scenery and an unspoilt rugged landscape provide a wonderful backdrop for wildlife spotting, bird watching and fishing. Sea angling is available on request from the village harbour. The Clynleish Distillery is two miles away, Dunrobin Castle which has a nature reserve and the Castle of Mey (the late Queen Motherâ€™s home) and day trips to Orkney are all readily accessible.
The adjacent hotel restaurant is excellent and there is also a coffee shop serving all day food.
Visitors will find good shops, restaurants and a famous ice cream maker within a short stroll.
Set in the unspoilt beauty of the Argyll countryside this complex of 6 self-catering holiday cottages provide the perfect base from which to explore the West Coast of Scotland. The converted farm buildings have been recently renovated and are furnished to a high standard with a contemporary Scottish feel. Sleeping 2-6 per cottage, perfect for a quiet get away or book all 6 and invite the whole family.
With access to 150 acres of countryside you can truly enjoy the lovely walks nearby, or why not try a spot of fishing on the River Ruel. All in all the perfect relaxing self-catering break.
Atlantic Longhouse, Aultbeithe, Corncrake Cottage, Riof Ocean Cottage, Peninsula Cottage, Taigh Nan Eilean, 7a & b Ardroil, Ceol Na Mara, Otter Cottage, Cuir Na Bhoir, Kneep Cottage, Miavaig House, Scotisay View Cottage, Shalom Cottage, St Clements View, Tigh Bhisa, Taigh an Uillt, Beachcombers, Tamana Cottage, Clachan Sands and Oran na Mara
A selection of fabulous properties all designed to create a special base from which to enjoy the magic of the islands. With the stunning white sand beaches of Lewis and Harris recently voted as being in the top five in the world this is indeed a wonderful place to visit. From ancient stone circles, visits to see genuine Harris tweed being woven, iron age dwellings and wildlife such as otters and eagles to look out for there is much to wonder at in the Outer Hebrides.
Poyntzfield House, Dolphin House, Seashell Cottage, Quarryfield, Cotterton Farmhouse, The Burrow, Skylarks, Lilac Cottage, Mountain View, Sandpiper House, Westerlea.
Each of these properties is well appointed to create a welcoming and comfortable base for your holiday in this special area. The Black Isle enjoys its own microclimate with low rainfall and lush vegetation. Two of the main attractions are Chanonry Point in the village of Fortrose which is one of the best dolphin-spotting sites in Europe and the historic town of Cromarty with its fine 18th-century merchant houses and a museum honouring the 19th-century geologist and writer Hugh Miller. A wonderful holiday destination for families or anyone with a love of the natural world. The area is well known for red kites and sparrow hawks. There are many cycle tracks, walks and beaches to explore and in each village an excellent choice of dining opportunities. The Black Isle is also ideal as a base for exploring wider areas with Inverness being just across the Kessock bridge and the villages of the west coast approx a 90 minute drive.
With spectacular views over the sea to the Isle of Raasay, this self-catering property has been recently renovated to take advantage of the stunning scenery. Kyles View provides an excellent base from which to explore the Isle of Skye.
Clashindeugle Farmhouse, The Post House, Thyme Cottage, Shenval Farmhouse, Woodlands Cottage, Mallachie.
Each of the properties in this unique and very special area offer exceptional home from home comfort with the intention of creating a haven from which to enjoy your holiday. The spectacular Cairngorms National Park is Britain's largest National Park. It is in an area of rugged natural beauty with an unrivalled range of outdoor attractions and activities to enjoy in a compact and accessible are. Five of the UK's highest mountains lie within the park with Cairngorm mountain being best known for skiing, snowboarding and the Uk's highest funicular railway. Extensive watersports are available at Loch Insh which is also close to the Highland Wildlife Park at Kincraig. The TV series Monarch of the Glen was filmed in this area and there is an abundance of museums, distilleries and visitor centres, cycle trails, walks and wildlife centres to visit.
Bearnock Lodge, House By The Loch, Point Clair House, East Cottage, Glen View Lodge and The Press House.
From Traditional to ultra-modern these properties all offer excellent accommodation for holiday groups or families in locations ideal for exploring large areas of the Highlands. Each boasting outstanding views of distant mountains or lochs they are furnished with all the amenities required to create a perfect holiday base. Fishing, hill walking, shopping in Inverness, boat trips on Loch Ness, visits to historic castles, the possibilities are endless and all the while surrounded by breath taking scenery.
Chapel House, Downhouse, Port, Sea Room, Wheelhouse & Starboard Cottages, Old Salmon Bothy, Beinn Alligin.
These Ross-shire properties all enjoy far reaching views across the water or towards mountains and have been thoughtfully furnished with attention to detail to ensure absolute comfort during your stay. An extensive area in the northern Highlands of Scotland, Ross-shire is known for its stunning mountain scenery, rivers, lochs and beaches. A fabulous holiday destination with something for everyone. Glorious clean sandy beaches, sea and loch fishing, water sports, hill walking, astonishing wildlife from squirrels and pine martens to red deer, eagles, dolphins, basking sharks and the occasional killer whale, while a visit to the Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve might result in a sea eagle sighting. Rich in history and with fantastic opportunities for photographers and artists, you can relax in the peace and tranquillity of an area that the "Lonely Planet" referred to as one of their top five places in the UK to visit.
Ness Castle Lodges enjoy stunning views, and offer the perfect escape for holiday groups and families. Ness Castle Fishing offers suberb salmon and trout fishing for five rods with exclusive salmon rights along 1 mile of the famous River Ness.
The river produces an average of 220 salmon per year, and the location is an ideal base for fly fishing. Golfing and many other activities are available making the lodges equally attractive to sporting and parties of all ages. There are 4 lodges to choose from; Ness River Lodge, Ghillies Lodge, Benula Lodge and Red Squirrel Lodge. The estate lends itself perfectly to weddings and has a civil ceremony licence for up to 100 guests in a marquee within the well maintained grounds.
Aviemore is the outdoor capital of the Highlands and is a great base for touring Cairngorm National Park, whatever time of year. Thereâ€™s just about everything here for a memorable holiday in fantastic surroundings â€“ from breathtaking outdoor thrills and spills to walking forest trails in search of rare wildlife, exploring ancient castles or visiting whisky distilleries, the Reindeer Centre or even taking a husky dog sled ride!
Whatever the time of year, you can enjoy the magnificent natural environment to the full â€“ sailing and climbing in the summer, skiing in the winter â€“ and walking, cycling and mountain biking whenever the weather allows.
Culkein Lodge, Migdale Water Mill, Farthingworth and
Whether you want homely comfort or a stylish contemporary finish one of these properties set in dramatic landscape would be a fabulous base to explore from. Sutherland is largely an area of unspoilt rugged scenery in the far north of Scotland, indeed, on the extreme edge of Europe, possibly the most distinctive landscapes of any part of mainland Scotland. Each of the coastlines offers magnificent sandy beaches with barely a soul on them There are salmon rivers, through lochs and sufficient moorland and mountain walks to last a lifetime. This is superb countryside for walkers and includes Scotland's most northerly Munro, Ben Hope. The wild places here are also rewarding for birdwatchers.