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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.
A traditional thatched cottage, Fernbank is an excellent base to explore Scotland. It is an ideal location for both golf enthusiasts visiting St Andrews or Gleneagles and keen fishermen salmon fishing in the River Tay.
Saorphin is a 650 acre moorland farm on the beautiful and unspoilt Ross of Mull with three holiday cottages sleeping 2, 8 & 10 and priced from £200 - £700 per week. Ideal location for walking, fishing & birdwatching, with easy access to Iona.
Set in half an acre of its own ground on a quiet street in the historic Royal Burgh of Sanquhar, Dumfries and Galloway, Viewforth is ideally situated for exploring south and central Scotland. Sleeps 4, One double room and one twin room.