Scotland, land of fascinating landscapes, myths, whisky and kilts. Discover the varied landscape here based in one of our holiday homes in the South of Scotland, from the sparkling 'lochs', to the rolling countryside in the south. And discover the peace and quiet in the mostly untouched nature too, where you can walk for hours.
In the South of Scotland, the Lowlands, you'll find rolling hills, forests, river valleys and beautiful lakes like Loch Lomond, as well as impressive castles and cosy cities like Glasgow and Edinburgh. The highlight is the beautiful landscape west of Crianlarich, with lakes and islands.
The cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow are both worth a visit. Our holiday homes in the South of Scotland are the ideal starting point for a city trip. Admire the architecture, or go shopping in lively Glasgow, a real shopping city! Or taste the history during a visit to Edinburgh, with its castle of the same name.
In the South of Scotland you will find many signposted hiking trails, through the hills, along lakes, or near the coast. Recommended places to visit are Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. Here you can enjoy hiking and cycling, but sailing and canyoning too.
You can play golf on numerous golf courses, because Scotland is the cradle of golf. Some of the most famous golf courses here are Turnberry, Troon and St. Andrews (this is where the world-famous Old Course is located). So there's plenty to see and do from your holiday home in the south of Scotland!
Culzean Castle, Traquair House, Museum of Lead Mining, Hermitage Castle, Paxton House, Caerlaverock Castle are some of the important places to visit in the South of Scotland.
Some of the exciting activities to do in the South of Scotland are-
Some of the recommended dishes in the South of Scotland are Haggis, Lobster, Cullen Skink, Cheese, Grouse, mashed potatoes, and porridge.
The best time to visit South of Scotland is from March to May and August to November.