- Ben Nevis
- Stirling Castle
- Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
- The Royal Yacht Britannia
- Loch Ness
- Urquhart Castle
- Trip to the Islands
- Dunrobin Castle
- Galloway Activity Centre
- Culzean Castle and Country Park
- Robert Burn’s Birthplace Museum
- Drumlanrig Castle
Relax in Your Own Scotland Cottage with a Hot Tub
What’s not to like about Scotland? The history, heritage, castles, royal residences and some of the most stunning scenery in the world Book yourself into a hot tub cottage and see your holiday dreams become a reality.
Nothing beats an evening relaxing in the hot tub after a hard day exploring the various sights, with or without a glass of bubbly, knock up a feast with the fantastic local produce in the modern kitchen and if the weather allows dine al fresco in the peaceful surroundings-Bliss!
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Looking for a romantic break? Unforgettable moments with your partner are guaranteed. Need a family holiday? Quality time with the kids is a sure thing. Celebrating a special occasion with friends? The fantastic nightlife will keep you entertained. Scotland has something to offer for everyone both young and old and you will want to return again and again.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Scotland
We have made it our mission, to not only bring you the best cottages with hot tubs in Scotland, but also highlight some of best places to visit during your stay. We have come up with a list of the top 10 attractions that we think should be on your itinerary.
1. Loch Ness
Scotland is a country of fairy tales and folklore. One of the tales that has captured the imagination of the world is that of the Loch Ness Monster and no visit to Scotland is complete without a trip to the home of the legendary beast. At a mile wide, over 20 miles long and 700 feet at its deepest Loch Ness is one of Scotland's top destinations and while you may not see Nessie you will certainly see some spectacular scenery.
One of the most historically important castles in Scotland, Stirling Castle has seen the coronation of several Scottish Kings and Queens including Mary Queen of Scots in 1542. Costumed staff bring history to life at this wonderful award-winning building steeped in intrigue and history. There is a fantastic restaurant with roof top views over the surrounding countryside and beautiful gardens to enjoy a stroll. Stirling castle is a great day out for all the family.
3. The Cairngorms
If you love scenery and are looking for an action-packed holiday you can't get any better than the Cairngorms, close to Aviemore this national park offers skiing and snowboarding during the winter months and when the weather warms up there are some great walks with stunning views. Renting a pet-friendly cottage with hot tub in this region will certainly give you and Fido fun and exercise.
This is 120-acre park allows you to experience a wildlife safari right here in Scotland. Come face to face with lions, elephants and rhinos and take a boat trip to chimp island. There are regular talks and demonstrations during the day including a fantastic bird of prey show. The park also has rides, bouncy castles, fun activities for the kids, restaurants and of course gift shops to purchase mementos.
5. Edinburgh Castle
One of the most iconic sites in Europe is the imposing Edinburgh Castle and it is deservedly Scotland's top tourist attraction. Perched atop a hill overlooking the city the castle houses the Scottish crown jewels, the stone of destiny and also incorporates the National War Museum of Scotland. The interiors of the castle are stunning and the views out of this world no visit to Scotland is complete without a visit to this outstanding place.
6. Loch Lomond & The Trossachs
This national park provides everything you need for a fantastic trip and with many cottages with hot tubs in the area it couldn't be easier to take advantage of all the region has to offer. Some of the best views in the country, lochs, 7 beautiful waterfalls, a camera is essential. The park also offers opportunities for the more sporting including golf, angling, cycling, horse-riding and water sports to name a few.
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7. The Islands
Scotland is home to some 790 islands and while we are not suggesting you fit them all into your break but if your holiday home with hot tub lies within easy reach of Scotland's 118 kilometres of coastline some are definitely worth a ferry trip. Arran is within easy reach of Glasgow and at just 20 miles by 10 miles offers plenty to do and see for holidaymakers with picturesque villages, its prehistoric standing stones along with local food and crafts to enjoy. Mull also off the west coast is the perfect place for whale and dolphin watching or why not swim in the famous fairy pools on the isle of Skye (voted the 4th best island in the world) before eating at the award-winning Three Chimneys restaurant
The famous royal residence has long been a favourite of the monarchy and it is easy to see why. Situated in Aberdeenshire on a 50,000 acre the building is one of the best examples of Scottish Baronial architecture and although the only room open to the public is the great ballroom (the rest are the Queen's private quarters) there is plenty to do on site with guided safari tours, exhibitions, a cafe and gift shop.
9. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
One of Scotland's most popular tourist attractions this beautiful building found in Glasgow houses one of Europe's finest collection of art works. Free to enter you will find an incredible 8000 objects displayed in 22 themed galleries, including a stuffed elephant, armoury and weapons and a masterpiece by Salvador Dali. Many of the displays were designed with children in mind so you are ensured a family-friendly fun day out.
Since 1825, this distillery has been producing some of the best whisky in the world set at the foot of the UK's highest mountain amidst some of the most breathtaking scenery you will ever see. Take a tour of the distillery to see the production of this world-famous drink along with a taste of course, enjoy delicious home-cooking at the onsite restaurant before stopping off at the gift shop or picking up a bottle to enjoy at your leisure back at your luxury cottage with hot tub.
Welcome to Scotland ‘Land of Gaels’!
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