Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Central Scotland
Central Scotland has plenty to offer whatever the time of year and is one of the the best holiday destinations in the UK with a host of cottages with hot tubs.
From secluded properties that sleep 2 people perfect for a romantic getaway to luxurious lodges with hot tubs that cater for large groups and families, even ones where you can take your dogs you will be sure to find the perfect accommodation with our superb selection.
Amazing scenery, historic buildings, friendly people, fantastic shopping and exhilarating nightlife this country has it all, and more, one of the reasons it attracts over 15 million tourists a year.
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After a day of sight-seeing what better way to relax than a tranquil lodge with all the comforts of home and the added luxury of your own private jacuzzi. Feeling the warm jets of water massaging your body while you sip a dram of Scotland's finest whiskey really does sound like heaven.
Fun for the whole family, why not pack your bags and discover everything Scotland has to offer, making memories that will last a lifetime.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Central Scotland
We have come up with a list of attractions that are worth visiting during your stay in Central Scotland.
1. Ben Nevis
A bit of a drive but well worth it at 1345 meters above sea level, Ben Nevis is the highest point in the British Isles. The mountain is popular with mountain climbers and the surrounding scenery and views are spectacular. You can pop into the Ben Nevis distillery on your way and stock up on some of the world's best whisky.
2. Stirling Castle
Situated atop Castle Hill, the castle dates back to the 12th century, and is the grandest in Scotland the current building was constructed from 1490 to 1600 under the directions of James IV, James V and James VI. and it is where Mary Queen of Scots spent her childhood. The castle boasts some excellent displays and is open all year round.
3. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
One of Scotland's most popular tourist attractions and a great family day out. The Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery can be found in Glasgow (former European city of culture) From dinosaurs to Egyptian mummies, Renoirs to stuffed elephants, you are sure to be astounded by the 8,000 items on display and best of all, entry is free.
4. The Royal Yacht Britannia
While your cottage with hot tub may be the height of luxury it does not compare with the Royal Yacht Britannia which sailed over 1 million miles across the world's oceans as the floating royal residence of her majesty. Now based in Edinburgh it is consistently one of Scotland's top attractions. Explore the bridge, crew's quarters, state apartments and royal bedrooms you can even dine in the royal deck tearoom before picking up some souvenirs in the gift shop.
5. Holyrood Palace
Another Royal day out is the monarch's official Scottish residence the Palace of Holyroodhouse, with it's beautiful gardens, the ruins of the abbey and 14 historic, magnificent state apartments including the throne room and Mary Queen of Scots chambers you can experience Scotland's rich, royal history.
6. The Royal Botanical Gardens
Widely regarded as one of the best botanical gardens in the world, this is a fabulous day out for the whole family. With outstanding views over the city of Edinburgh, the 10 impressive glasshouses each with a different climate from desert to rainforest exhibiting over 3000 exotic plants and 70 acres of superb landscaped gardens this really is one attraction not to be missed.
7. Blair Drummond Safari Park
Located near Stirling kids will love this safari park where they can get up close and personal in the petting area before seeing the likes of lions, bears and giraffes. There is also a funfair, adventure playground and a boat to chimp island along with a restaurant and gift shop for all those souvenirs. Perfect for kids of all ages.
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8. Falkirk Wheel
The world's only rotating boatlift the Falkirk Wheel is a marvel of modern engineering and an iconic landmark in Central Scotland. It connects the Union canal to the Forth and Clyde canal and replaced a set of 19th century lock gates. The visitor centre is a great place to have a coffee or snack while taking in this construction masterpiece or you can have full experience of the wheel by taking a boat trip.
9. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
Loch Lomond is the largest stretch of inland freshwater in the UK. Easy to reach from Glasgow, Central Scotland and boasting some beautiful cottages and lodges with hot tubs, the loch is part of the Trossachs National Park renowned for stunning scenery and spectacular views. It is also popular for boating and water sports.
10. The Wallace Monument
If you have ever seen Braveheart you will know the importance of William Wallace and no visit to the land of the tartan army is complete without a visit to the monument built in his name. Enjoy beautiful views over Stirling while experiencing Scotland's rich history and gaining an insight into the life of their national hero.
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