Accommodation in Scotland is as varied and as plentiful as our mountains, lochs and rivers. From cosy B&Bs, camping in the heart of nature and quaint cottages, to luxury hotels, budget-friendly hostels or eco-friendly stays – there’ll be something for everyone.
Scotland offers a fantastic range of hotels, from luxury and 5-star accommodation, spa hotels and hotel gems located in the city centre, to tranquil locations so you can escape from city life. There are lots of budget friendly options too. If you are planning a city break, a great way to stay close to the action is to book a centrally-located hotel.
Nestle in to the heart of Scotland by staying in a cosy guesthouse or tucking into a full Scottish breakfast in a country B&B. These types of accommodation feature plenty of personal touches and excellent facilities, often complete with lochside views and pet-friendly rooms.
Hostels are the perfect choice for those travelling on a budget, for solo travelers, backpackers, or even for a family break away. If you want to spend the whole day exploring the surrounding area, don’t mind cooking your own food, and are looking for a cheaper accommodation choice, hostels are for you. Most are in the countryside, rural locations, or popular areas for outdoor pursuits, but there are also great hostels located in various towns and cities too.
Self-catering accommodation is a great way to spend some quality time with your family or friends and it allows you to do what you want when you want. Stay in a cosy cottage, a grand country house, an apartment, lodges, chalets, wigwams and more – all boast a unique and independent experience.
If you want to wake up to the sound of birds chirping, like gathering around a campfire as the sun goes down, or want to get back in touch with nature, try camping. Or stay in a caravan, glamping pod, or eco-friendly lodge so you can do your bit for the environment.
There are also plenty of places across Scotland that offer unique and unusual properties to stay in. Experience what life was like as a prince or princess and spend a night or two in a spectacular castle, or stay in a lighthouse, church, on a boat, or in an ancient broch, to name a few.
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