Family Holidays in Scotland

Self-catering properties offer families a home away from home, with all the space you need to relax.  Give the family an authentic experience of Scotland whilst spending time together in home-from-home holiday accommodation – stay on a working farm, get active in the outdoors, learn about local history and wildlife… Whatever family holiday you’re looking for you can find it right on the doorstep of family cottages.  With a wide choice of locations, extra facilities such as swimming pools, adventure parks, or just a lot of space for children to play in and have fun, you’re sure to find the perfect family holiday on EmbraceScotland.


Ideas for your Scottish family holiday

  • Family Accommodation

    You and your family will love staying in a holiday chalet up a Scottish glen, or in an old fishing cottage by the sea, or in a holiday apartment in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth or Aberdeen.

  • Farm Accommodation

    For a fun, educational and memorable family holiday why not book an agritourism stay on a farm?

  • Activity Breaks

    From canoeing and white water rafting, to mountain biking and quad biking, there are a range of adventure activities and outdoor pursuits to keep you busy on your next holiday.

  • Pet Friendly Accommodation

    You don’t worry need to worry about the four-legged members of the family, you can browse a wide range of pet friendly accommodation.

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