Cottage for 4 people in Lerags at Ardentallen Bay close to Oban.1/10View towards the water
Highlands | Not only the mountains but also the countless lakes, some fjords and many bays shape the Scottish Highlands. Here you will find holiday houses in the Highlands with view towards the water.
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Wooden house with modern fittings on a country estate in the Scottish Highlands.2/10Connected to nature
Great Britain | Spend a quaint and cosy holiday on the island of Great Britain in a wooden house in the middle of the countryside.
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“Point Piper” – a country house for up to five people, located above Loch Dunvegan.3/10The most beautiful part of Scotland
Isle of Skye | Bays which have been carved into the island, waterfalls that pour over the steep cliffs into the sea, and dramatic mountains in the island’s interior – nowhere else in Scotland is so impressive.
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London | Discover the British capital from the vantage point of a holiday apartment and discover the unrivalled style of the metropolis at the Thames.
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There is a holiday home for up to six people among the buildings on top of the cliff.5/10Livin' by the sea
South England | England's picturesque coast is characterised by wild cliffs, dreamy coastal resorts and secluded little bays. You’ll find accommodation here with a direct view of the sea.
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Enjoy lakes and mountains at a holiday home in the Scottish Highlands
Scotland | Enjoy misty mountains and serene lakes while at a holiday home in the Scottish Highlands in the north of the United Kingdom. Here you'll see some of Scotland's most scenic countryside. This sparsely populated region is one of picturesque beauty where ruined castles sit atop green hillsides. Rivers and lakes cut into the verdant landscape of the Scottish Highlands to dramatic effect and the coastal area offers both rugged beauty and peaceful secluded beaches. Holiday rentals allow visitors to experience all this and more. Renting holiday houses or holiday apartments allows visitors to enjoy all of the comforts of home while exploring this historic country.
National parks of the Scottish Highlands
Both of Scotland's national parks are located in the Highlands and holiday houses and holiday apartments allow travellers to explore them at their leisure. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is a great place to go boating. Take to the water for the day and explore some of the area's many islands. The Trossachs include plenty of places for hiking and several other lakes including Loch Katherine, where visitors can take a trip on a historic steam ship. The Cairngorms National Park is full of rugged mountains and is popular for hiking and climbing as well as its funicular railway. In the winter the park offers several choice ski locations. Book holiday rentals to enjoy all this and much more.
Other sites of the Highlands
Holiday rentals and holiday homes are the perfect base for exploring the Scottish Highlands. Amongst the area's many attractions Ben Nevis, Great Britain's highest peak, is perfect for hiking and is located just outside of Fort William, one of the area's most popular cities. The Highlands are also home to Loch Ness, one of the world's most famous lakes. Go there and search for the mythic monster. Even if you don't see it, you can still visit Urquhart Castle, a romantic ruin with spectacular views. Holiday homes and holiday apartments are a great way to enjoy everything the Scottish Highlands have to offer.
This is how holiday rental owners described Blairgowrie
show more away. Golf is only 5 minutes drive and there are marked walking trails all around. In winter there is great skiing in the huge ski area of Glenshee, the biggest area for skiing in Scotland, with over 30 uplifts. Scone Palcae is 20 minutes south and Balmoral just under an hour away. Glamis Castle is less than 30 minutes drive. It is only one hour to Edinburgh Airport or Rosyth Ferry terminal. To Dundee Airport it is only 30 minutes.
In winter, Blairgowrie can be cold and snowy. Although snow chains are not obligatory anywhere in the UK, they may be useful to bring if the weather forecast indicates a large amount of snow and the guests intend to go to Glenshee for skiing. Conversely, the summer in Blairgowrie can be very hot, so always check the long range weather forecast before arrival.
There are a number of excellent restaurants in Blairgowrie, such as Dalmore Inn, The Laird's House, Little's Restaurant and Cargills. In addition, there are supermarkets such as Tesco and the Coop. The post office is in the Coop in the centre of Blairgowrie Town. The tourist office is in the centre of the town at the Wellmeadow where farmers markets take place once a month on a Saturday as well as pipe band concerts some evenings. The golf courses at Rosemount are a five minute drive. Walkers have marked walking trails all around Blairgowrie such as the famous Cateran Trail or the Ardblair trail.