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Coastal Cottages with Hot Tubs in Scotland

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Scotland is home to some of the UK’s most beautiful and dramatic coastline. Enjoy it in luxury during your stay at one of these coastal cottages with a hot tub.

Solway Cottage

Look out onto one of Scotland’s oldest lighthouses from this beautiful cottage in the Dumfries and Galloway area. Solway cottage sleeps six and is perfect for a family. Thanks to the kids room fitted with bunk beds and a single bed there won’t be any arguing over sleeping arrangements. Meanwhile, the master bedroom is home to a super king bed and boasts stunning views of the sea. Cook up a feast in the spacious kitchen before dining alfresco on the patio before seeing out the last of the day in the hot tub. If the weather isn’t in your favour move in to the lounge and relax around the wood burning fire in the lounge.

During the day head into the village of Sotherness to enjoy a walk along the beach or take a trip to Crieff Hill which offers some brilliant walking options. If you enjoy golfing the Southerness Championship Golf Course with views over the Solway Firth to the Lake District is a must see. Alternatively, make a beeline for national trust sites Threave Garden and Estate or Rockliff to learn more about this region of Scotland. As Solway Cottage is close to the English border it’s accessibility makes it attractive for those travelling from further afield.


Heatherbank

If you’re looking to stay somewhere more remote, Heatherbank is the perfect spot. This quaint cottage with a large garden sleeps four and allows for exploration of some of Scotland’s gems while still feeling secluded. Take a day trip to iconic Loch Lomond which is just a short drive from the cottage. Or, make a beeline for the coast to soak in the sea air on one of the beautiful beaches in this region. The area surrounding Heatherbank is ideal for keen walkers as it is home to multiple Munroe mountains which all boast incredible views of the isolated countryside. Based just 30 miles from Glasgow there is the option for a day trip to experience shopping, arts and music in Scotland’s most populous city.

When returning back to the cottage, rest and recuperate in the hot tub and watch the sun set, after cooking up a treat in the kitchen. Alternatively, eat at one of Garelochhead’s pubs which are just a 10 minute walk from the door. Heatherbank is sure to capture the heart of guests with its historic and homely feel.


Strathnaver

Situated in Aberdeenshire use this cottage as a base for exploring the North Scotland coast. Strathnaver is a stunning property, sleeping eight, with a music room, mezzanine library, games room, hot tub and bikes available to use during your stay. This property is light and airy due to huge windows and has ample space to accommodate all eight guests. The kitchen is slick and modern making it a pleasure to cook in. However, if you’d rather not there is the option to have a meal in local Kinloss. If you can pull yourself away from the cottage there is an abundance of things to discover in the local area.

Make the most of being close to the coast and explore the long and peaceful beaches. Culbin Forest offers something for everyone with cycling, water sports and walking trails. Those who enjoy whisky won’t be disappointed thanks to the number of local distilleries in close proximity to Strathnaver. Kinloss itself is home to ruins of the Cistercian Kinloss Abbey and is surrounded by luscious countryside. This cottage is sure to play a role in making a Scottish holiday to remember.

 

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