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Easter breaks in Scotland

Easter in Scotland is a great time to visit; spring days are appearing and nature is bursting into new life. The longer days give you hours and hours of playtime during your Easter holiday in Scotland.

Spring is a glorious time of year, especially in Scotland. The longer and warmer days set in, our lush countryside becomes home to an array of new-born lambs and calves, the plentiful green spaces and gardens across the country come to life with flowers blooming and rich plantlife. It really is a remarkable time to explore what Scotland has to offer. The weather and scenery changes every month in Scotland, but springtime is one of the best seasons to get outdoors!

At this very special time of year you could get some last-minute skiing done - if the snow has held on the mountains - and the next day smell the fragrance of the new spring flowers in a blossoming garden.

There are plenty of family activities to get stuck into too, from short walks that are ideal for all the family to top attractions that kids will love too. It's the perfect time of year to enjoy an Easter break in Scotland. Head out castle hunting, explore fascinating hidden gems, uncover your creative side, or venture out into the great outdoors - the opportunities are endless on an Easter holiday break in Scotland. 

Spring Accommodation

Alongside plenty of amazing things to do on your Easter break in Scotland, there's also an array of great spring accommodation options for you to enjoy too. From cosy cottages and exploring the wilderness with some camping, to affordable stays and self-catering cabins, there's plenty to choose from.

Magical family hotels & cottages for your Easter Break

Scotland is home to a wide variety of family-friendly accommodation. Stay in a hotel complete with all the facilities you need to have a magical Easter hotel break in Scotland. From staying in a fairytale castle and experiencing what staying on a farm is like, to coastal getaways and cosy self-catering.
If you're looking for something a bit more unusual, look no further. From castles, lighthouses and boats, to brochs, churches and quirky hideaways, Scotland offers a range of unusual places to stay for your Easter break with the family.

Go into the wilderness with caravan, camping & self-catering cabins

Nothing quite beats a back to nature escape in Scotland. Enjoy an Easter holiday caravan break or camping getaway at a range of scenic locations across the country, from deep in the lush countryside, to the crisp coastal seaside. If you'd like to get out into the wilderness but can't leave behind your home comforts, maybe a glamping pod is for you.
Or how about an Easter short break self-catering holiday? Self-catering accommodation is perfect if you're looking for that extra bit of independence on your getaway. Choose from cosy cottages, lodges and cabins, or for something a little bit quirky, stay in a wigwam, yurt or eco-pod.