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Renowned internationally for its rich history and culture and its immense contribution to past as well as present happenings, Scotland is an ancient country with incredible stories to tell visitors from all over the world. With an estimated 40 million people of Scottish descent scattered across the world, Scotland’s impact on world history and culture is deep and legendary.
Since prehistoric times, people have lived and died in Scotland, leaving behind many ancient fortifications, monuments and burial chambers, which can still be visited today. With so many interesting and unique Scotland holiday rentals, Scotland remains a truly singular holiday destination. Scotland has been home to some of the most famous heroes and heroines in history. William Wallace, made famous by Mel Gibson in Braveheart, became legend in the mid to late 1290s, during which time he rallied an army and defeated an English armed force at the Battle of Sterling Bridge. Named for her jet-black hair, Black Agnes, the Countess of Dunbar, successfully defended Dunbar Castle against the English in 1337 with only a handful of men, making the Earl of Salisbury after a hard-fought battle. Many folk songs have been written about her iconic story.
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Scotland Cottage Rentals - the cosiest way for you and your family or friends to experience Scotland
Scotland’s annual calendar is full to the brim with interesting festivals. The Edinburgh International Film Festival and Edinburgh Book Festival are among the most well-known. January 25th sees big celebrations right across the country for Burns Night, during which the life and poety of Scottish poet Robert Burns’ is celebrated. On 30th November there are parties galore for St. Andrew’s Day. St. Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland, Ukraine, Romania, Greece, Russia, and the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople. With over a hundred distilleries throughout the country, Scotland’s most famous drink is Whiskey, which you can take full advantage of whilst staying at your Scotland holiday homes!
Scotland fills a large market for venison and lamb and is becoming recognized as one of the most exciting cheese makers in the world, for example, Brodick Blue cheese comes from the Isle of Arran. The Scots are also well known for more exotic cheeses like Strathkiness, which is the Scottish Gruyere. There is a great number of exciting Scottish cottages available ranging from opulent and decadent Scotland holiday homes to warm, cosy and authentic holiday cottages, to out-of-the-ordinary holiday houses where you could even stay in a castle, lighthouse or church.
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most in-demand accommodations in Scotland are cottage and apartment rentals. With 7,816 offers in Scotland, we always find the perfect accommodation for you.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo you can find rentals in Scotland starting at €43 - On average, you will stay in a 86 m² (Apartment rentals) or a 118 m² (Cottage).
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
We can help you find accommodations in Scotland for a group. On average, the cottage has space for 5 guests.