Large cottages in the Scottish Borders
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Large holiday homes in the Scottish Borders
Treat the family to an unforgettable staycation and browse our large holiday homes in the Scottish Borders. Perfect for large families or groups looking to reconnect and spend quality time together, our large holiday houses are tailored to celebrating with the ones you love. Choose from spectacular 16th-century castles, period houses and traditional group accommodation in rural splendour and you’ll soon be feasting together and enjoying leisure time in style. There’s plenty to entertain guests of all ages in the Scottish Borders from the comfort of your doorstep, whether you are envisaging bracing walks across tumbling hills, or sampling delicious scran and locally distilled whisky.
Plan your itinerary during your stay at our Scottish Border cottages around your favourite activities, preparing to walk, cycle and ride on horseback throughout the varied landscape. Catch wild salmon from the banks of the River Tweed, look for fairies hiding amongst the Eildon Hills, and challenge your fellow sportsmen to a round of golf on one of the popular golf courses. Soak up the festival atmosphere of celebratory events such as the Common Ridings and iconic Rugby Sevens, or visit at the start of the year to ring in Hogmanay in true Scottish style. Change the pace and don your walking boots to stroll around the edge of the tranquil waters of St. Mary’s Loch, or delve into the mysterious and eerie past of Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum. Head west to and stay in our large Dumfries and Galloway cottages, or get everyone together in some of our best celebration houses. Want to see an even wider choice? Take a look through our full collection of holiday cottages in Scotland.