With its atmospheric glens, rugged mountains, stunning islands, historic cities and castle-strewn landscapes, Scotland has to be one of the most romantic holiday destinations.  Enjoy boat trips and beach walks; take a train journey through spectacular scenery; visit captivating castle ruins; soak up panoramic views; retreat to the countryside for some peace and quiet. However you want to spend your self-catering holiday, you’re sure to be swept off your feet by romantic Scotland’s beauty.

Whether you’re looking for somewhere to spend your honeymoon or mini-moon, celebrate a special anniversary or simply spend some quality time together, browse our self-catering accommodation to find your idyllic getaway for two.

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