If you’re looking for beautiful holiday accommodation in Scotland with a backdrop of stunning lochs, calming waterfalls and unspoilt coastline, then look no further than our holiday properties in Perthshire and Fife. Perthshire is a great place to visit for a true taste of Scottish hospitality, culture and history. ‘The Kingdom of Fife’ is an ideal base for anyone looking to visit the popular historic town of St. Andrews which is located on the northeast coast. The town is well known for the University of St Andrews, one of the oldest universities in the world. Remember to pack your clubs as this is “the home of golf”. Head farther afield to explore Fife's rustic villages, charming towns and unspoilt coastline. Fife’s Coastal Path, the longest in Scotland, is perfect for walkers.
“For a true taste of Scottish hospitality, culture and history, Perthshire is a great place to visit”
“With Scotland’s highest number of national attractions, you’ll never be stuck for something to do in Fife.”
Holiday Homes on Loch Tay
Taymouth Marina offers a variety of luxury accommodation, some with private hot tubs and many with incredible views, on the banks of the beautiful Loch Tay. After a day out on the loch, there is nowhere better to relax than the ‘Hot Box’, one of the UK’s biggest saunas with panoramic views across the loch.
St. Andrews Apartments offer a choice of holiday cottage, luxury lodge and stylish apartment in the Scottish seaside town of St Andrews, on the northeast coast of the peninsula of Fife. The Scores is a stylish modern apartment situated within a traditional Victorian terraced house in St Andrews.
Braidhaugh Holiday Park features luxury lodges and cosy glamping pods, all with private hot tubs, set against a picturesque location on the banks of the River Earn. Those on the lookout for an active break will find this the perfect setting for a lengthy hike or bracing bike ride through some of the most beautiful scenery
Sauchope Links is a relaxing holiday park offering a range of luxurious lodges and glamping pods, on the rugged coastline of the East Neuk of Fife. Located in an area noted for its beautiful beaches and striking scenery, many of the properties come with a private hot tub to enjoy the stunning views.
Loch Tay Highland Lodges offers a choice of properties, some with their own hot tub, set in a 140-acre private estate on the banks of Loch Tay. Each property has unique views of the gorgeous surroundings, imposing mountains, sparkling lochs, thriving forests and gorgeous rivers of Highland Perthshire.
In Perthshire, you’ll find everything from championship golf courses, medieval castles and beautiful National Parks through to whisky distilleries. For shops, restaurants, art galleries and theatres head into the city of Perth. Enjoy a Michelin starred meal in one of Perth’s fine restaurants or take in a museum exhibition or art gallery. The city is alive with culture, art and history and regularly hosts a fantastic selection of events and festivals. For a true taste of Scottish hospitality, culture and history, Perthshire is a great place to visit.
Known for its links to the origin of the game of golf, the ruins of the Cathedral of St Andrew, and its historic university, there are all sorts of things to see and do here. The area of Fife which surrounds it also offers splendid Scottish scenery, with a glorious coastline with many little villages dotted along it, as well as plenty of unspoilt countryside to explore. Visit the Stone of Destiny and St Andrew’s Aquarium. This is the perfect holiday destination for golfers, walkers, heritage lovers, foodies and those into watersports. If you’re interested in heritage, you can find spectacular landmarks such as the historic Falkland Palace and Garden, Dunfermline Palace and Abbey, Aberdour Castle and The Forth Bridge.
The British Golf Museum features medals, trophies, clothing, decorative art, film and photographs with displays and exhibits of surprising feats from 500 years of history.
St. Andrews Aquarium
St Andrews Aquarium is a wonderful family attraction, set on the historic town's north-facing cliffs with stunning views of St Andrews Bay and the famous west sands.
Scone Palace Scotland
Discover the exciting history of Scone Palace through paintings, antiques and rare artefacts at this stately home that was once the crowning place of the Kings of Scots.
Loch Tay watersports
The newly built Taymouth Marina on Loch Tay hosts all kinds of boating and watersports, you could even try stand up paddleboarding or water trampolining.
5 Reasons to Book a Holiday in Perthshire and Fife
1 In Fife, you can see the stone carvings at Dunfermline Palace and Abbey, the remains of an 11th-century Benedictine abbey founded by Queen Margaret and a 16th-century palace built by King James VI.
2 Take in a show at Perth Concert Hall which has a year-round programme of music, arts and comedy, dance, film and children's events or visit Perth Theatre, one of Scotland's oldest theatres.
3 Take the family to Craigtoun Country Park, a unique family amusement park in the countryside at Mount Melville, St. Andrews. Featuring an adventure play area with zip lines and trampolines, a boating lake, miniature railway and Fairy Glen.
4 Have fun at Adventure Golf Island, an indoor and outdoor adventure golf complex at Fife Leisure Park, Dunfermline. Play inside the mini-golf dome or outside around the fully landscaped Treasure Island course with fountains, waterfalls, palm trees and a pirate ship.
5 See the puffins amidst the towering cliffs of the nature reserve on the Isle of May, in the north of the outer Firth of Forth or enjoy woodland walks at Pittencrieff Park or Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park to the east of Perth.