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National Trust holidays in Scotland
A holiday in Scotland is the perfect choice if you want beautiful scenery, desolate beaches, mountains and lochs. National Trust holidays in Scotland offer all that and more. The properties available with the National Trust in Scotland range from luxury apartments in grand houses to romantic cottages on the wild coastline. Both families and couples can enjoy the variety and quality of the properties on offer throughout the country.
Where to find National Trust holiday properties in Scotland
www.nts.org.uk is the official website for the National Trust in Scotland. From their website you can search by type of property (for example cottage, townhouse or lighthouse), or by area. Each property has a detailed description, plus icons to indicate the facilities available. When you find a holiday cottage you like you can then search by price and availability.
The prices vary depending on the size, location and type of property. Cormack Cottage, which sleeps 4 people and is close to Brodie Castle and the stunning beaches along the Moray Firth (near Inverness), costs £400 for a week in October. Prices in November range from £250-£300.
In contrast, a city apartment in a 17th Century house costs from between £300-£475 for 4 nights in September. The apartment, The Harrison Flat, is in the heart of Edinburgh and is an ideal location for exploring the historic city.
Coach and self-catering holidays in Scotland
Another option is a coach holiday to Scotland. You can find more information and book online at www.lochsandglens.com. They offer holidays to Scotland that include entrance to National Trust properties, and have pick up points throughout the UK.
www.exploringscotland.co.uk has a section on their website devoted to National Trust properties. You can browse their large list of self-catering holiday cottages and apartments and view the details of the ones you are interested in.
By choosing National Trust holidays in Scotland, not only do you benefit from staying in stunning properties and locations, but you are supporting the work of the National Trust in Scotland too.