You can discover Scotland in a variety of ways. You can drive through spectacular landscape and be the only car on the road; discover the Shetland Islands by flying from Aberdeen; take the nostalgic steam train journey to Mallaig or a ferry from Oban to the island of Mull. You can even let the bus take the strain and your cycle across the mountains in the Cairngorms National Park.

Travelling by Car
Driving gives you the freedom and flexibility to travel at your own pace and follow your own itinerary for your holiday in Scotland.

Railways in Scotland
Scotland's extensive railway service crosses through some of the most spectacular scenery. You can also enjoy travelling by steam or by sleeper train.

Scottish Airports
The major Scottish airports are Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness which operate international as well as local flight services.

Travelling by Ferry
There are over 60 inhabited islands in Scotland and most of them have ferry links between the mainland and the other islands.

Travelling by Bus
The bus service in Scotland is a well used mode of public transport and covers a wide network of routes.

Scotland is well known for its unpredictable weather. It can change very quickly in a matter of minutes, especially in mountain and sea areas where you can experience all four seasons in one day.


Share this page:

Search by map

Search B&Bs and Guesthouses

 Family Friendly
 Pet Friendly
 Credit Cards Accepted
 WiFi Access
 Wheelchair Access
 Off Street Parking
 Ground Floor Bedroom
 Evening Meals Available

Check Availability


Check In
No. Nights

Room 1


Room 2


Room 3