On foot, by bike, boat or canoe… explore the real Scotland during your next holiday.  A self-catering home-from-home is an ideal base from which to embrace the great outdoors, giving you all the freedom and flexibility you need.  You can also choose accommodation that has storage and drying facilities.

Whether you’re keen to discover Scotland’s mountain biking trails, climb a Munro, try sea kayaking, or hit the hills for some snow sports, you can find the perfect base for your next activity holiday in Scotland.

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