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Best Scottish properties with gorgeous games rooms holiday cottages

Best Scottish properties with gorgeous games rooms

Although Scotland promises unbelievable sights and lots of adventure, it can’t always promise good weather – that’s why booking a self-catering holiday cottage with a games room is always a great idea.

If you want a quiet day in where you can really enjoy the house, you’ll have plenty of space to spread out with loads of fun activities at your fingertips – whether you’re super competitive or just want to blow off some steam.

Looking for a little inspiration before booking a Scottish getaway? Here are our favourite properties with games rooms:

Wardhill Castle, Meikle Wartle

Wardhill Castle

Wardhill Castle is a wonderful large castle in Aberdeenshire sleeping 17 people. It has been renovated and decorated to an impeccable standard offering a modern and comfortable environment for your group to fully enjoy. As well as a splendid kitchen, a grand living room, a snug/library and a beautiful dining room, the castle also has a fantastic games room complete with table tennis. Have a game as your friends keep score from the couch!

Couldoran House, Kishorn

Couldoran House

Located in the Highlands, this large home sleeps up to 18 people. Quite often with a party that size, everyone wants to do something different and here, there are lots of activities to keep the whole group happy. The games room boasts table tennis, table football, a library, a shelf full of board games and a TV with DVD player. You can go out during the day and spend long evenings in here with the fire lit, and there is even a sauna hidden upstairs!

Lynwilg House, Aviemore

Lynwilg House

Sleeping 10, this house is beautifully situated amongst hills and trees, which can all be enjoyed from the view out of the games room window! Being set in the Cairngorms National Park, you can be sure to have fun-filled days out exploring and then you can come back and enjoy a spot of snooker in a sophisticated setting – perhaps with a dram after dinner! The open fire makes it extra cosy.

Letterewe Lodge, Letterewe

Letterewe Lodge

This magical place on Loch Maree, Achnasheen, can only be reached by boat and is a luxurious peaceful retreat in the Highlands. Set on its own estate, you are fully looked after by the staff who can help you explore and experience the best of this part of the world. Although completely isolated, the house, sleeping 18, is fully equipped to help you relax and stay entertained. The pool table is set beside the living room so everyone can be together, and the cosy fire keeps a warming atmosphere on a chilly night.

Feeling inspired? Take a look at our full collection of self-catering holiday cottages in Scotland, or browse our collection of family-friendly cottages, luxury cottages or waterside cottages.

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