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Scotland Vacation Rentals

Vacation Rental Homes, Condos, Cabins, Villas & Beach Houses in Scotland from top rental companies and trusted homeowners.

Scotland is one of the most enchanting parts of the United Kingdom and should not be skipped during your trip to Europe. The landscapes are majestic and there are plenty of castles to boot. There are both small rural villages and the big city life in this corner of the British Isles. By purchasing a vacation rental by owner, you can save big bucks on your trip to Scotland.

Amusement Parks

There are some amazing parks in the area that are family-friendly. Landmark Forest Adventure combines a lush forest with roller coasters and other rides. It also has a RopeworX agility course to test your rope climbing skills.


Scotland now has much more than fried Mars bars and Haggis. To get a taste of the fanciest in Scottish cuisine and cocktails, check out Tower Restaurant in Edinburgh. To taste some of the best seafood in the area, check out The Fish People Café. You can stay near some of the best restaurants with centrally located condo rentals in Edinburgh or Glasgow.

Golf Courses

Scotland is the homeland of golf and there are obviously some great places to tee off. The St. Andrews Old Course is one of the most famous courses and it is open to the public.  Muirfield in East Lothian is famous for hosting the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers since he 1700s. It has even hosted several British Opens. You may stay near one of these golf courses on the cheap using online vacation rentals.



The economy of Scotland is booming so there is not a shortage of shopping malls and interesting specialty stores. There are plenty of little shops in the streets in which you may buy unique souvenirs. Arts and crafts sellers sell outside in the center of Edinburgh and Glasgow. There are lots of farmers' markets and vintage clothing markets during certain times of the year. If you want the international experience, the Waverly Mall has all of the same brands as back in America.



Lochs are where the Scots do their fishing. In the Northern highlands, you will find lochs that yield plenty of brown trout. There are also several lochs with pike that may be fished from the shore or from boats. It is not legal to use live bait so dead bait or spinning is used. You may stay near your favorite fishing spot from one of the many house rentals available.