Allt Dearg self catering cottage near Sligachan on the Isle of Skye, Inner Hebrides
A self-catering chalet loch by Insh, Kincraig
A self catering cottage at Elgol by Loch Scavaig and the Cuillin mountains, Isle of Skye
The Highlands’ self-catering options can suit a wide range of itineraries and budgets. Enjoy a luxury city break in an Inverness self-catering apartment, admire the region’s spectacular scenery from a self-catering Aviemore cottage, or relax in a secluded Highland lodge.
Whatever you choose, you are sure for an unforgettable experience when staying in self-catering accommodation in the Highlands.
Take a look through the listings and book your Highland self-catering accommodation today.
2 beautiful Scandinavian style log cabins with open plan living area, one twin and one double bedroom set in peaceful Forestry Commission woodland. Walks and local attractions only a short car ride away and plenty of walks on the doorstep.
Harbour side cottage, ideal for exploring the Highlands, observing the wild life and Moray Firth Dolphins. Restaurants, shops, pubs within very easy walking distance. Inverness 12 miles, buses frequently.
Ronan House located in the small picturesque crofting township of Edinbane on the majestic Island of Skye. The village is popular with those wishing to visit the island in a quieter setting than the main town of Portree. Situated 14 miles from Portre
The log-cabin can sleep four people. It has a double bedroom ( king-size bed) and a twin with two single beds. The kitchen/dining and lounge area are open plan with windows on two adjacent sides having panoramic views over Loch Shieldaig.
For the adventure lover looking for a unique experience. Perched at the most westerly point of Britain, the cottage is nestled beneath the majestic Ardnamurchan Lighthouse. Incredible, panoramic sea views and plenty wildlife. Dogs welcome.
Assynt Cottage is a recently renovated, crofthouse on the Stoer Penninsula near Lochinver, Sutherland. Pets are welcome. This very comfortable, quiet home has fantastic views of Sutherland's major mountains, the sea, and the Western Isles.