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The wee house -Birchwood by the sea, great views, two bedrooms

Gairloch house

4 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$169

GRANNY'S COTTAGE, stone cottage, spacious accommodation, private garden, in

Dunbeath house

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 3

Price per night from

$116

THE WEST WING, garden, dog-friendly, WiFi, off road parking, near

Dulnain Bridge house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 7

Price per night from

$177

STARFISH COTTAGE, pet-friendly, luxury holiday cottage, with open fire in

Lochaline house

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Price per night from

$144

Ivydene Cottage

Cromarty house

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$103

SUNSET COTTAGE, pet friendly, country holiday cottage, with a garden in Salen

Lochaline house

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$178

79 CORROUR ROAD, family friendly, spacious garden, quiet location, in Aviemore

Aviemore house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

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$160

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$108

GRIGADALE HOUSE, detached, private garden, open fire, Kilchoan, Ref 938819

Kilchoan house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$212

Bowlins

Nethy Bridge house

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$110

2 STATION COTTAGES, in the tiny hamlet of Dalnaspidal, near Dalwhinnie

Dalwhinnie cottage

3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 5

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$144

“Amazing place, detox heaven, beauty +++” We all needed a get away after difficult year, solitude was bliss the place was gorgeous views very angle to die for!!! Remote...an understatement not for the shoppers!!!

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$144

JUBILEE COTTAGE, pet friendly, country holiday cottage, with a garden in Uig

Idrigil house

3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

“The perfect home” Sitting having breakfast,looking out over the water watching the sea birds dive for fish,scanning our eyes to the field below the cliff edge taking in the wonder of young eaglets finding their wings.Pure magic. Coming home after a day exploring Gods Island to sit round a log fire,cosy,comfortable and then to sink in luxurious beds to arise to more wonders of Skye. All this was made possible by our host,who kept us stocked with logs,kindness and friendship. The best holiday cottage ever and if the owner ever considers selling we would make our home in this lovely cottage

Price per night from

$246

WITCHELM HOUSE, open plan living area, breakfast bar, private garden, in

Inverness house

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$154

DALNAHAVEN, in Cairngorms National Park, dog-friendly, in Grantown, Ref 973216

Grantown-on-Spey cottage

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$126

MACLEAN COTTAGE, modern cottage with summer house, in Beauly

Beauly cottage

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$156

Loch Ness Hideaways:- Rowan Cottage

Loch Ness Region log cabin

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

“A relaxed escape to the country” If you have never been to Loch Ness and the surrounding areas, Alex & Janet's little hideaway is absolutely perfect as a base. No detail was overlooked: directions, Welcome pack of biscuits & chocolates which our kids loved, Separated packs of information with walks and local interests, even dog treats they understand hospitality to the letter. A home from home you only need to bring some food or pop to Tesco/Asda which was a reasonable 20miles ish at Inverness. The location was perfect we were within reach of Inverness, Fort agustus and the Fall of Foyers, which was our primary visit, and on a clear night which we were lucky to have one the night sky is something to see. If you are a family looking for walks we found that the forestry commission walks were best as they were marked out by difficulty and colour coded posts throughout the chosen walk (avoids embarrassing moments of getting lost). For us it was a break to escape the typical 'busy' life and a chance to reconnect with each other as a family with some board games (take some) and country air.

Responds fast! avg. 2 hours 54 minutes

Price per night from

$165

Glayva Luxury Holiday Cottage

Lochcarron cottage

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 4

Responds fast! avg. 3 hours 0 minutes

Price per night from

$132

Onich

Onich house

3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 5

Price per night from

$164

THE CROFT HOUSE, stone cottage, woodburner, off road parking, near Muir of Ord

Muir of Ord house

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$135

4 bedroom Cottage with Heated Pool in Dornoch

Dornoch house

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

“fabulous!” I cannot recommend this highly enough! Great place. Welcoming and friendly. Booked again already.

Responds fast! avg. 32 minutes

Price per night from

$143

THE COACH HOUSE, family friendly, country holiday cottage, with a garden in

Newtonmore house

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 4

“Thouroughly enjoyable,” As we traveled with 3 adults it was very good to have an ensuite bathroom plus the main bathroom. The cottage was well situated for exploring further north to aviemore and south to Pitlochry. Alocal hotel was nearby to have great meals at night

Price per night from

$231

ROWAN HOUSE, four bedrooms, spacious accomodation, garden with patio, in

Inverness house

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Price per night from

$226

AULTMORE, well-equipped, multi-fuel stove, terraced garden, in National Park

Kingussie house

3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$123

MERLIN all first floor, close to river, stunning location Fort William Ref 21849

Letterfinlay house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$198

ROSE COTTAGE, semi-detached, pet-friendly, WiFi, in Strathpeffer, Ref 26815

Strathpeffer house

3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

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$142

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$229

7 Westercraigs Apartment

Inverness apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Price per night from

$81

Laxdale Cottage, Corpach

Banavie house

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$167

Tigh Na Sith, Aultbea

Aultbea house

4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Price per night from

$267

Nanyuki Self Catering

Drumbuie house

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Responds fast! avg. 28 minutes

Price per night from

$158

INSHCRAIG, family friendly, country holiday cottage, with a garden in Kincraig

Kincraig house

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 6

“Lovely Place, Highly Recommended” The spotless, cosy and roomy accommodation was ideal for our family of two adults and two teenage boys. We enjoy the outdoors and the location of the property was ideal for this. Good mountain biking routes set off from the cottage and several Munros and smaller hills were easily accessible from the cottage. If you want peace and space to explore the cottage is ideal, and even has a large porch for muddy wet gear. Anyone looking for lively attractions visitor's centres, nightlife and entertainment would be disappointed though. Aviemore, with its supermarket, pubs restaurants, clay pigeon shooting and other outdoor pursuits is only a few miles away.

Price per night from

$328

WOODLANDS, family friendly, character holiday cottage, with a garden in

Newtonmore house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

“The Highlands for your feet” This is a real hot-spot! When you stay at Woodlands Cottage you reach both big and small places and events whithin an easy reach with either a car, or you can walk. The lovely "Wildcattrail" goes just outside you doorstep and within a 5 min walk you could have a delicious homemade meal at "The Glen Hotel". If you long for a shoppingexperience Inverness is only 45 minutes away if you have a car. If it rains: Then stay inside, fire up the fireplace and cuddle up on the coach with a cup of tea. The cottage is so clean and well equipped its like coming home.

Price per night from

$112

Family House 100 yards from Brora Beach. On the 12th of Brora Golf Course

Brora house

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

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$206

Lochleven Seafood Cottage

Onich house

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

“A holiday to remember!” We came to stay in Lochleven Seafood Cottage in april. There were ten of us staying, and we all instantly fell in love with the cottage as soon as we stepped inside. It was really clean and tidy, and well kept. The views of the loch were outstanding from the living room, and the bedrooms were very comfortable. The cottage was very well equipped, so there's no need to bring anything extra. The location of the cottage is also ideal, about twenty minute's drive from Glencoe and Fort William. We were able to travel to somewhere different everyday, but also enjoy some lovely walks and mountain treks just outside the cottage. The service for the cottage was also incredible - I texted the supervisors about a blocked drain and they instantly sent someone within the same morning. All in all a great holiday!

Price per night from

$357

The Lodge House

Wick cottage

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Responds fast! avg. 2 hours 26 minutes

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$65

Achaderry Farmhouse with Hot Tub near Fort William

Fort William farmhouse

4 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms / sleeps 10

Responds fast! avg. 1 hour 36 minutes

Price per night from

$215

No8 Argyle Place

Dornoch apartment

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 4

“Excellent in every way” First class service First class accomodation First class location

Price per night from

$301

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Why Scottish Highlands?

The Scottish Highlands are among Europe's most imposing landscapes. Visitors come expecting crags and lochs, windswept mountains and deep-rooted tradition; that's exactly what they get. Venturing north of Stirling and Dundee, the intrepid traveler won't find another city until Inverness, where the legendary Loch Ness meets the Moray Firth. From there, winding roads and unspoiled vistas carry you to John O'Groats and the steely North Sea.

Highlands vacation cottages come in all shapes and sizes. If you're hoping to get closer to nature, lochside log cabins are an excellent - and economical - option. Or how about a stone cottage near the foot the UK's tallest mountain, Ben Nevis? Unless you're staying in a larger town, self catering in the Scottish Highlands is often the best option - it's unusual to get room service on a mountainside! If you're planning to stay somewhere truly remote, be sure to arrange some basic supplies beforehand.

Weird and wonderful

Without a doubt, Scotland has the UK's strangest wildlife. So strange, in fact, that it has eluded would-be monster hunters for decades. If you want to catch a glimpse of Nessie, perhaps a cruise along the vast Loch Ness, plus a tour of the crumbled Urquhart Castle, will be the ideal day out.

In the Cairngorm mountains to the south, you can walk among Britain's only herd of reindeer. You'll need a good pair of hiking boots, but the opportunity to feed them by hand is as popular with adults as it is with younger visitors.

Into the wild

Those with the stomach for adventure might consider scaling all 1,200m of Ben Nevis to reach the highest point in the country, 1,346m above sea level. You can leave your ice axes at home in summer, but it is a tough hike. Set aside a whole day to do it and savor the view from the summit.

From the highest point to the most northerly: at John O'Groats you can look out to sea from the very tip of mainland Scotland. A few miles west in Gills Bay or Scrabster, you can hop on a boat to the Orkney islands, home to thriving communities of islanders and countless wild birds. There are only a few sailings a day, so plan thoroughly if you don't intend to stay.

Top Destination reviews

Balnabodach a haven in the Highlands Pets welcome Private fishing available
Great place to stay

The cottage stay was the highlight of our trip. Very large and comfortable. Our host included very easy, detailed instructions on how to get there and information on local attractions … see more
Nanyuki Self Catering
Very comfortable house for two people.

This is a house nestling in the heart of a back-in-time tiny village (Drumbuie) on the west coast of Scotland. The interior design is excellent and has everything you could wish for including a wood-burner. There are great walks to be done, some of which are along the coast. Plockton has a wonderful pub serving excellent food.see more
"An Cala" river/forest views, hot tub, Nethy Bridge, Cairngorm National Park
An Cala

Simply stunning house with everything you could possibly need. An amazing place for a family gathering and our son’s 30th birthday celebration. So much to do and see within the area. I can’t recommend this beautiful house enough. … see more
Cala Sona by the beach.....
Excellent accommodation, outstanding host!

This house was perfect for our golf group consisting of 4 golfers. 4 bedrooms and 2 baths were just what we we desired. House had all the amenities we needed, everything was well maintained and in excellent condition. Location is very central and easy walk to restaurants and pubs. A bonus is the owner, James, who provided lots of useful recommendations on places to eat and drink and things to see and do. He followed up and checked on us several times to insure all was well with our stay. Very much appreciated. I highly recommend this house to anyone planning a trip to the Nairn/Inverness area.see more
HOLIDAY CHALET
Lovely Location

Chalet was great and setting just beautiful. Simon was friendly and helpful. Site shop was well stocked and most convenient. Highly recommend the site for couples or families. … see more
ken maree
Spacious annex with pretty beaches nearby.

The annex to their home is quite spacious and private, and is located in a beautiful area. We were provided with some of the best shortbread I have ever eaten, definitely a bonus. Pat came by to meet us after we arrived and she was lovely. The only negative I have is we had a hard time getting the toilet to flush, but we did not talk to the owner about it because it was easily remedied with a dishpan of water. I’m sure it would have been taken care of if we had asked. There are pretty beaches nearby, but the number of moon jellyfish washed up on Redpoint Beach when we were there made it unappealing.see more

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