Scotland

17 Dec 2018 - 18 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

Need some inspiration on where to stay? Top rated cheap hotels in Scotland include The Village Inn, Hotel Indigo DUNDEE and Deeside Holiday Park based on user reviews. Skyscanner hotels is a fast, free and simple way to organise your stay. In a few clicks you can easily search, compare and book your Scotland accommodation by clicking directly through to the hotel or travel agent website. No fees are added to your stay by booking with us. To get started, simply add your chosen travel dates to the search box above and let us find cheap hotel deals for you. Or alternatively, select from the hotel options above.

What are travellers saying about Scotland?

9.8
Outdoor Enthusiasts
8.4
Backpackers
7.5
Adventure Travellers
7.4
Family Travellers
6.5
Wellness
Member reviews (74)
Pam Todd
Pam ToddSarasota
25/10/2015

Never been.. These beautiful pictures take me there... I see the world though photographers eyes...

Krista Canfield McNish
Krista Canfield McNishSan Francisco
03/08/2015

Scotland is breathtakingly beautiful. From the gorgeous views at Neist Point Lighthouse to the city below Edinburgh called Mary's King Close your heart will be yearning for Scotland long after your flight leaves.

Robin Lampert
Robin Lampert
30/07/2015

Belfast Scotland better known for the potato famine , where the Titanic was built and its museum, green landscapes. And more sheep than people. Average summer temps in 60's

Travel + Leisure
Travel + LeisureNew York City
07/02/2015

In Scotland, the northern lights go by a decidedly more British name: the Merry Dancers. They can be seen across the U.K. in the autumn and winter months (and as far south as England’s Kent and East Anglia). But the best bet is to head for the northernmost parts of the Highlands or the Shetland Islands in January. Book a room at Sumburgh Head, a restored Shetland lighthouse overlooking a puffin nesting area on the Atlantic, or venture to the Isle of Lewis to see the display above an ancient man-made wonder: the Callanish Standing Stones, a circular formation of rocks thought to have been erected as early as 2900 B.C. Before you go, sign up for the AuroraWatch UK text alerts about viewing conditions, so you never miss a sighting.

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