Self Catering in Highlands

Romantic Scotland. Untamed Scotland. Scotland in its purist form.

Think of the Highlands and you think of “Monarch of the Glen” country: heather covered hillsides; lochs, landscape and hosts of coast stretching all the way to John O’Groats.

Take the high road to a highland cottage and sample the traditional life of Scotland's most northern points in Caithness, Sutherland, Ross and Cromarty or enjoy an island experience on Skye, the Outer Hebrides or on the uniquely North Atlantic Shetland and Orkney Isles. Spoilt for choice yet? There’s also Grampian, Aviemore, Speyside, The Cairngorms, Moray, Fort William, Lochaber and more…

Home to some of Scotland’s best known landmarks and attractions, The Highlands is an ideal destination for those wanting to spend their holiday mostly out of doors. Walk, climb, bike and ski your way across, up, over and down quintessentially Scottish scenery such as the spectacular Glencoe and Ben Nevis - the highest mountain in the British Isles. For the really adventurous the Outdoor Capital of the UK can be found at Lochaber with a huge variety of open-air pursuits including watersports and snow sports on offer.

If you prefer your breaks to be closer to the city then try a holiday experience near Aberdeen or Inverness - known as the Granite City and the Capital of the Highlands respectively. Or you might rather kick back by the Caledonian Canal.

If you're still short of things to do during your highland stay then experience part of Scotland's history with a visit to the Culloden battlefield or admire the natural beauty of Loch Ness (and if you are very lucky perhaps its supernatural occupant!)

The Highlands. Does exactly what it says on the Shortbread tin.

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