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Accommodation

Flats & apartments in Scotland

In Scotland, we really do have an extraordinary range of holiday apartments. Self-catering flats literally come in all shapes and sizes. Looking for some basic accommodation to use as a base? We've got it. Or fancy something a bit more luxurious, or perhaps a little quirky? Yup, we can do that, too.

Most of Scotland's cities are walkable, which is a great way of getting around and exploring all the attractions, events, things to see & do and more. Staying in a flat or apartment gives you so much freedom and flexibility to do what you want, when you want to. They're also a great option for solo travellers or those looking for a romantic getaway.

In the city you'll find...

  • Stylish, modern properties, many of which are serviced.
  • The perfect choice of properties for those on a shopping break or those keen to soak up the city's cultural highlights.
  • Apartments located down Edinburgh's ancient closes and wynds in the Old Town, or a converted warehouse near the Port of Leith.
  • Luxurious serviced apartments housed in a former church, complete with stained glass windows and slanted ceilings in Aberdeen.

Away from Scotland's cities you'll find incredible self-catering flats and apartments in stunning locations. You can even live like a laird and book the wing of a castle along Scotland's Castle Trail in Aberdeenshire.

Castles, country escapes and lochside retreats

  • Enjoy four floors of beautiful antique furnishings, nooks and crannies in the Preston Tower apartment in the baronial-style Fyvie Castle.
  • Soak up a piece of history in Drum Castle's 16th century courtyard apartment in the Aberdeenshire countryside.
  • Across in Ayrshire, stay in the Brewhouse Flat in Culzean Castle. Dating from the 1780s, it housed a brewery until Victorian times.
  • For modern luxury by the lochside, book a lavish, open-plan waterfront apartment at the likes of Portavadie Marina at Loch Fyne in Argyll.
  • At Taymouth Marina in Perthshire, enjoy views of Loch Tay from your own private hot tub - an unbeatable way to unwind.
  • Relax in the Scottish countryside with many special self-catering spotsforest retreats, or even stay in a lighthouse on the coast, or enjoy a unique experience in South Scotland.
  • Other self-catering options include glamping, wild camping with immense views, or touring at your own pace in a motorhome or caravan.

Search for your ideal self-catering apartment and book a memorable break in Scotland.