The self catering lodges at Auchrannie Country Club, Brodick, Isle of Arran
A self catering cottage at Cean Dibig near Tarbert, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides.
A self catering croft at Scarista, the Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides.
Allt Dearg self catering cottage near Sligachan on the Isle of Skye, Inner Hebrides
Surfsplash Holiday Cottage, Dunbar
Self-catering properties offer flexibility and freedom-of-choice, making them the ideal choice of accommodation for a whole range of breaks whether you're planning a romantic break with your partner, some fun-filled downtime with the kids or an adventure holiday with friends.
Whether you want to stay in a luxury cottage by the sea, a modern city centre flat or caravan holiday home or lodge or want a place to relax, you’re guaranteed to find a self-catering property that fits your budget and your preferences.
Use the accommodation search or browse the most comprehensive listings of self-catering holiday accommodation in Scotland anywhere - and you'll discover an incredible range of properties, from budget to luxury, 1 to 5-star, city apartments to caravan holiday homes and lodges, and modern chalets to converted barns.
Nestling under the southern edge of Bowmont Forest, 4 miles from the historic town of Kelso, 'Tiore' enjoys beautiful uninterrupted views southwards over fields and rolling hills to where Scotland meets England 25 miles into the distance.
Dingieshowe Cottage - a cosy modern bungalow in the heart of Scotland. Hiking, golf, sight-seeing, fishing, birdwatching, cycling - all easily accessible from a comfortable base within easy reach of all the main destinations.
'NEW' Heathfield Villa is a stylish 3/4 bedroom holiday home located in a quiet resedential area of Dunoon. Spacious living sleeping up to 6-8 guests comfortably. Enclosed garden ideal for relaxing and children playing. pets welcome.
Purpose built in 2009, this beautiful and luxurious 5 Star (STB graded) lodge has the most magnificent uninterrupted seaviews over the beautiful Bay of Ocraquoy and out over the North Sea towards the islands of Bressay and Noss.