Scotland’s tranquil rolling hills, lush green countryside and charming secluded lochs make it a wonderful choice for short countryside or hotel breaks. Cheap and simple short breaks in Scotland can be booked through several different means. Holidaymakers should first decide which type of holiday they want, whether its city travel in one of Scotland’s bustling cosmopolitan hubs or a relaxed getaway in the sprawling countryside.
Search for Scottish tourism resources to help you make an informed decision about the type of holiday you want to book.
Countryside retreat or city break?
If you already live and work in a city, you might want to get away from it all, abandon technology and immerse yourself in the vast open green spaces of Scotland’s northern regions.
Countryside retreat If you are looking for a relaxing, countryside retreat, research areas such as Ross and Cromarty, Sutherland, Caithness, Orkney, Shetland and Lerwick. Cities
To visit the beautiful and lively Scottish cities, search for tourism resources relating to the capital, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Dundee. Navigate your web browser to Visitscotland.com for the best possible synopsis of what Scotland has to offer you for a short break.
Once you have decided on your Scottish venue(s) and dates of travel, you are ready to make a booking.
Countryside break If you are traveling to Scotland’s verdant countryside, you may wish to enhance your experience by booking a charming cottage retreat.
Websites Visit websites such as Scotland-holiday-cottage.com or Cottagesdirect.co.uk and search through the accommodations available. Those not wishing to hire a self-catering accommodation, can still find some hotels or bed and breakfasts, although there are often vast expanses of countryside with no accommodation whatsoever. City break Travelers
City break Travelers wishing to stay in a Scottish city, will find they have significantly more options relating to accommodation. Many national and international hotel chains have branches in Scotland’s cities, such as Ibis, Radisson and Marriott. City centre Visitors to Scotland looking for cheap city centre accommodation will also find a range of budget venues, such as Premier Inn and Travelodge. Finally, a great selection of independently-owned and managed accommodations are also on offer to Scotland tourists, including bargain tariff hostels, bed and breakfasts, cheap motels and upmarket hotels.