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
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A traditional two bedroom cottage sitting on the stunning Hoscote Estate near to Roberton and Craik Forest. An ideal spot for outdoor pursuits or simply enjoying a peaceful getaway. Dogs welcome. Bikes available free of charge.
Archie's Cottage is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in the crofting community of Garrabost approx 7 miles from the main town of Stornoway, on a main bus route. The property is set in an elevated position with stunning views over Broadbay and the Minch
Shore Croft is an exceptional 5 star house right on the edge of the sea with a pebble beach. There are views out to Loch Ewe & the Outer Hebrides. This is a romantic retreat for 2 or a family holiday destination for up to 8.
Portsmouth Point built in the early 1800's provides comfortable and attractive accommodation, ideal for a couple or a single person. The sea is only a few yards away and the bedroom has lovely sea views across to Graemsay.
Gardenstown nestles amongst the red sandstone cliffs of Gamrie Bay. The village is an unspoilt haven - just imagine stepping back in time - to the era of no mobile phones, where children could play outside in safety and a pub was a pub.