Whether it’s a birthday or anniversary celebration, bringing the family together or uniting a group of friends for a week or two, choosing one of our large holiday houses scotland offers so much more space and flexibility than staying in a hotel. From traditional farmhouses to luxurious country retreats with acres of grounds, there’s something for everyone here.
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For those looking to explore southern Scotland, a short drive will bring you to the pretty coastal town of Kirkcudbright. Its pastel coloured houses and wide streets have made it famous as “The Artists’ Town”, and it’s home to dozens of independent, family owned shops. There’s also a literary festival held every September. Or, head a little further west to Wigtown, Scotland’s book town, where you’ll find a similar selection of booksshops to Hay-on-Wye.
Situated in the historic village of Wanlockhead, this traditional large holiday house has been beautifully renovated and boasts a large garden and private parking. Used in the BBC1 drama series ‘Hope Springs’, it offers a real taste of rural Scotland.
With a stunning location in the Highlands, this large holiday house for 10 is a great choice for family or friend get togethers. The property sits on the 6000-acre Ballogie estate and offers breathtaking views over the Kyles of Bute. It’s a great base for exploring the area on foot, bike or car. The local area is rich in wildlife, with craggy, heather-covered mountains and lush, fertile hills to enjoy.