With lush glens and towering mountains, the Scottish countryside is a particularly beautiful destination for a romantic break. From cosy stone cottages tucked away in rolling hills to Highland lodges with views of a sparkling loch, here are some of our favourite places to stay.
View, views, views. That’s the wow factor at this modern cabin hidden away on a working farm in picturesque Ayrshire. Self-contained, it’s a fantastic little love nest for two to relax in peace.
There are far-reaching panoramas of the lush countryside all around, and you can even enjoy them without leaving the comfort of your bed. However, the hot tub in the private decked garden offers the best vistas, so make sure you indulge with a long soak, glass of champagne in-hand.
On a clear night, we suggest snuggling up outdoors and waiting for the wonderful tapestry of stars to appear above you – it’s a breath-taking sight.Find Out More
This white-washed Scottish cottage is full of charm and comes with a slice of local history. It is an old farm-worker’s house and inside, parts of the original stone walls are exposed to create a lovely backdrop for the contemporary, stylish decor.
Situated on a hillside, in rural Ayrshire, the cottage enjoys far-reaching views of a private orchard and rolling farmland. In the garden, there’s a hot tub for unwinding in and a dining area that’s ideal for eating alfresco on warm summer’s evenings.Find Out More
Croft Cottage is a beautifully converted, traditional stone house that has a homely, elegant interior that invites you to get cosy, whether in front of the TV in the lounge or over a romantic dinner in the farmhouse kitchen.
Croft Cottage is a brilliant place to get away from it all yet is perfectly placed for walks in the Ayrshire countryside or along wild beaches, visiting Dundonald Castle nearby, or golf on world-class courses.
On your return to the cottage, slip into the hot tub and allow the bubbles to melt any aches away as you savour sweeping views of the countryside.Find Out More
Ben More Cabin is located within an idyllic Scottish Highlands estate and is one of the most hidden cabins here, so is perfect if you’re looking for a quiet hideaway where you won’t be disturbed.
It’s a delightful place where you can kick off your shoes and admire the unrestricted views of Ben More, while little details like the Royal Doulton crockery add a special touch.
You don’t have to go far to find a romantic spot to enjoy the fresh air. Start with a stroll beside the flowing waters of Ben More burn which is just thirty metres away, then take a rowing boat out on the local loch for a picnic lunch.Find Out More
Pine Cabin boasts a dreamy location on a privately-owned estate. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame quintessential Highlands views of Glen Dochart, Loch Lubhair and the mountains, that get even better from the outdoor raised deck area.
You’d be forgiven for not wanting to tear yourself away, so buy some fresh local produce from the on-site shop, cook up a barbecue feast and enjoy dinner a deux outside.
There are plenty of hotel-style luxuries here too, including eye masks and fluffy bathrobes, whilst relaxing activities on the estate that are ideal for two include fishing and canoeing.Find Out More
Cosy up in this lovely lodge in the Highlands which is a great place to connect with nature. Red squirrels are frequent visitors to the area, while there are lovely walks and bike rides to the local loch and beside mountains that start from your door.
Further afield, you can visit beautiful Loch Lomond, while back at the lodge take a soak in the deep, double-ended bath, before curling up beside the log burner and watching a rom-com.Find Out More
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