- Sunday 18th Mar 2012
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What better time of year to go on a farm stay in Scotland than spring? The fields are teeming with newborn lambs and calves, and the countryside is alive with colour. Ideal for an Easter break, a farm stay gives you the chance to enjoy tranquil surroundings and escape the crowds, and the children the opportunity to learn more about farm life. You can also spend time exploring the local area from your own home-from-home.
If you’re thinking about a farm holiday in Scotland, why not take a look at this selection of Scottish farm cottages, on or near farms, and get up close with nature this spring.
Aberdeen, Grampian and Moray
Weiroch Lodge, Ballindalloch
Highlands and Skye
Alvie Holiday Cottages, Kincraig, Kingussie
Tomich Holiday Cottages and Chalets, near Drumnadrochit
Traigh Holiday Cottages, near Mallaig
Easter Dalziel Holiday Cottages, near Inverness
Hiddenglen Holiday Lodges, near Nairn
Balvaird Farm Cottages, near Inverness
Cloag Farm Cottages, near Perth
Wayside Cottage, near Perth
Edinburgh and the Lothians
Hunter Holiday Cottages, near Edinburgh
Airhouses Luxury Lodges, near Edinburgh
Glasgow and Clyde Valley
Stonehill Cottage, Crawfordjohn, near Lanark
Carmichael Country Cottages, Carmichael Biggar, near Lanark
Argyll, the Isles and Stirlingshire
Cologin Farmhouse and Cruachan Cottage, near Oban
Blarghour Farm Cottages, near Inveraray
Ayrshire and Arran
Bennan House, near Ayr
Hendersyde Farm Cottages, near Kelso
Kingdom of Fife
Thistle Cottage, near St Andrews
For a holiday that’s fun and educational, why not take the family on a farm holiday in Scotland?
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Have you been on a farm stay in Scotland? Are you planning one this year? Leave your comments or questions below.