Its great to have a holiday in Scotland, but it doesn’t always have to be a full-blown two-week extravaganza. Scotland is a great place for a weekend, a few days or even a two-night treat. With over 650 Scottish hotels on our database, all ready to book online, we are sure to have that special place to give you the ideal short break in Scotland. Click the link below to view six places we have suggested for great short breaks in Scotland:

Short Breaks In Scotland

The city of Glasgow in Scotland is a wonderful destination for a short break in Scotland, with lots of museums, theatres, fine dining establishments and much much more. We have hotels right in Glasgow city centre so if you are taking public transport to Glasgow, such as flying from London, you won’t even need a car once you arrive in the city. Glasgow has so much to offer and is the perfect destination for an exciting weekend.

The scottish capital city of Edinburgh is a truly beautiful city and a fantastic place to visit for any length of time. Full of incredible history, amazing performing arts of all sorts, beautiful buildings, museums and so much more, Edinburgh is known around the world for its attractions. If you live in the UK and would like a short break in Scotland, the city of Edinburgh can offer you so much to see and do you’ll want to stay even longer. Perhaps you are going to visit the incredible Edinburgh castle, or take a walk up Arthurs Seat to admire the views, maybe visit the national museum of Scotland or attend some of the hundreds of performances at the Edinburgh International Festival. Whatever you decide to do, Edinburgh is a fantastic place for a short break in Scotland!

Another of our suggestions in our short beaks in Scotland section is the highland capital of Inverness. Its not as far away as one may think, with great air connections to over 20 cities in the UK, including London, Leeds, Bristol, Hull, Birmingham, Exeter and many more. Once you arrive in Inverness you’ll be spoilt for choice in one of the most historic small cities in the world. Right on your doorstep is the world famous Loch Ness where you can enjoy some monster-spotting, a lake cruise or visit the incredible Urquhart Castle. Just to the south of inverness is Culloden Battlefield – the site of the last battle fought on British soil in 1746 when the highland army of Bonnie Prince Charlie was defeated by the government troops of the Duke of Cumberland. Inverness also has the magnificent Eden Court Theatre, a fantastic museum, lots of great places to eat and some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Make a date with history and try a short break in Inverness Scotland.

Wherever you decide to have your holiday we have so many fine hotels for you to choose from that you will have no trouble planning your short break in Scotland!

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