Scotland is a magic place to explore with your loved ones from hidden lochs in the Scottish highlands to romantic city breaks adventuring cobble stones streets and unearthing historical buildings in popular Scottish city destinations.
Surrounded by mountains and forests, Loch Lomond is a stunningly beautiful spot for a romantic getaway. Whether you stroll around the Loch or take a boat out and explore the waterways, Loch Lomond Is a wonderful place to spend time with your loved one whilst staying at a holiday home in Scotland.
The historic streets and stunning architecture of Edinburgh make it a great destination for couples seeking a romantic break. This ancient city has so much to offer, take a long walk up the castle and explore the ramparts and maybe stop in one of the many pubs en-route and sample a local whisky.
This seaside town, known for its famous golf course and university, is a charming and romantic spot for a getaway. You don’t have to be a golfer or a student to enjoy a trip to St. Andrews, the old town is quite small and can be explored in a couple of hours and you could take in a local Tea Room and sample the local delicacies.
This peaceful island is known for its wildlife, including seals, otters, and eagles, and makes for a tranquil and romantic escape. Mull is one of the prettiest Scottish Islands and well worth a visit. There are plenty of romantic holiday cottages to stay whilst you explore this lovely island.
The rugged and dramatic landscapes of Glencoe, with its stunning mountains and valleys, provide a perfect backdrop for a romantic trip. This trip definitely is not for the faint hearted as Glencoe offers some of the toughest walks and climbs in the UK but if that’s your thing then Glencoe is perfect.
With its stunning beaches, quaint villages, and rolling hills, the Isle of Arran is a romantic spot that feels a world away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Arran is about as remote as you can get, and if you want to experience genuine crofters life, rent a cosy Scottish holiday cottage and settle in with a real fire.
This vast wilderness area is filled with scenic drives, hiking trails, and stunning vistas, making it a perfect spot for adventurous couples. This area really has everything for those wishing to explore the Highlands, with amazing walks and loads of wildlife to see plus skiing up on the highest peaks.
This picturesque town in the heart of Scotland is known for its stunning scenery, historic landmarks, and charming shops and restaurants. Step back in time and really feel what it was like centuries ago. The different coloured houses and quaint shops make it a very special place to visit.
This romantic castle, located on a small island in Loch Duich, is one of the most iconic and romantic spots in Scotland, with stunning views and a rich history. When you're driving along the side of Loch Duich and turn the corner, it is quite a shock when you first see Eilean Donan Castle, a real Fairy Tale castle and well worth a visit.
Dryburgh Abbey can be found in Borders region of Scotland and is most famous for being the burial site of Sir Walter Scott. Sir Walter Scott was instrumental in the reintegration of the kilt and all things tartan, back into Scottish daily life.