A family enjoy a game at Kilmahumaig Barn at Crinan, Argyll
Lambs at Kentallen, Isle of Mull
South Whittleburn Farm, Largs
Experience the great Scottish outdoors with a truly hands on approach by booking accommodation on a working farm. With the freshest produce, the cleanest air and a homely vibe, there is nothing quite like the sights, sounds and smells of a Scottish farm.
Discover the benefits and beauty of the Scottish countryside when you book a break on a working farm with B&B or self-catering. Away from fast-paced city life, relax in a piece of rural paradise at one of the country’s various farm options.
With many self-catering choices available, the facilities at these renovated farm houses often include barbeques and outdoor seating so meals can be enjoyed al fresco. Many also boast original exposed beams, split doorways and working open fireplaces. With locations throughout Scotland and prices to suit all budgets, there is sure to be a farm experience to suit all pockets and preferences.
You can safely enjoy the peace and tranquillity of farm life and its surrounding countryside, or if you want something a bit more active, you'll find plenty of opportunities for riding, fishing, cycling, pony trekking and golf.
The Dairy at Daviot, a converted 19th century farmstead, offers luxury self-catering accommodation set on a private estate in the spectacular Highlands. With flat screen TVs, internet access and iPod docking systems, this farm house comes kitted out with life’s little luxuries and is only a short drive from the Highland capital, Inverness.
For a break in Ayrshire, why not book into Downanhill Cottage in Ballantrae? Situated on a working dairy farm, approximately one mile from the village, Downanhill Cottage is a former farmhouse dating back to the 1800s. The area is ideal for country pursuits and, from the cottage itself, there are spectacular views of the Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig. It is also an ideal base to explore Burns Country and the South Ayrshire Coast.
Conveniently and peacefully situated between Dumfries (15 minutes) and Thornhill (20 minutes), McMurdoston House offers a perfect get-away from the hustle and bustle of the 21st century. A wildlife enthusiast's dream and comfortable too!
Just a short distance from the M74, Nether Boreland is a delightful and traditional farmhouse, where you can enjoy a taste of life in the quiet Dumfriesshire village and try carriage driving on the farm.
The perfect location for exploring the region this newly refurbished farm cottage is situated in a peaceful corner of a mixed farm. A 5 minute walk to the beautiful Whitefield Loch and a short drive to many stunning beaches.
Comfortable, well appointed cottage centrally situated in Northern Highlands. Sleeps up to 6 in warmth and comfort. Close to amenities but a world away in terms of peace and quiet.
Prices from £370 to £495 all inclusive.