Family Holidays Scotland – Embrace The Scottish Culture
Family holidays Scotland - a popular holiday choice for many families for a variety of reasons. With a diverse selection of locations throughout the country, the destination promises much fun for young and old alike and is perfect for a memorable stay. Prepare for a fun stay with the family with a great selection of modern, contemporary apartments as well as rural, homely cottages in the suburbs. The Isle of Arran is perfect for those families in need of some recuperation and recovery and want to escape to the Scottish countryside. Beautiful scenery amongst the hills and mountains with outstanding views of the coast, this small Scottish island is ideal for fans of the great outdoors. Hiking and cycling are popular amongst visitors here as it is the best way to get around to explore the island. For those after a golfing holiday, head to Saint Andrews along the east coast here. All year round, a break here is great as during the summer, you can enjoy a stay along the great Scottish coastline in locations such as Inverness, Dundee and North Berwick. With their long sandy, golden beaches, enjoy the hot summer days and the tearooms found in this seaside locations. Book a stay close to the Loch Ness to truly experience the wonderful scenery the country of Scotland has to offer.
From Scottish suburbs to Scottish cities, you will enjoy your trip to this Gaelic Country
If you fancy venturing to the city after a stay in the Scotland cottages available in North Berwick, the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh, is a half an hour train ride away. Edinburgh is the five largest city in the United Kingdom and is a truly outstanding city with true Scottish heritage and lots of history and culture to enjoy as a family. One of the most beautiful cities in the whole world, why not visit the Edinburgh castle which offers phenomenal views of the entire city that is made up of hills and beautiful landscape. Come during Hogmanay (New Years) and celebrate into the New Year in the heart of Scotland amongst your loved ones. With a fantastic firework display on every year here, find cottages in Scotland that will suit your family's needs upon your stay here. If you enjoy city breaks, the larger city of Glasgow will also be great for your Scotland family holidays. Why not try your hand at playing the bagpipes, a traditional Scottish instrument, which have been played for many centuries throughout Scotland. It will keep all of you entertained and the instrument has real significance for the country. Whilst staying in Glasgow, why not sample the traditional cuisine on offer. A dish of haggis, neeps and tatties is on offer in many of the restaurants and bistros here and during the winter months, a bowl of Scottish broth goes down a treat, a soup made up of lamb and beef with many other vegetables. A trip to Scotland is great for everyone and you are guaranteed a great holiday.