The Highlands of Scotland is one of the most sparsely populated areas in Europe, home to an abundance of wildlife and stunning natural landscapes from the Isle of Skye to Ben Nevis. The Highlands is also one of the most popular tourist locations having a strong and established tourism network with a good number of high quality self catering holiday homes and cottages. There are so many places to visit and things to do in the Highlands you will need more than one holiday. There are a mass of lochs to you to visit including the world-famous Loch Ness as well as beautiful mountain ranges including the Grampian mountains, the Cairngorm National Park and mountains as well as Ben Lomond. Not only do the Highlands of Scotland have the most stunning scenery, an abundance of castles and historic monuments, houses and places of interest to visit, the county is also gaining a strong reputation as a sporting holiday destination. From skiing in the winter to mountain biking, deep sea fishing and white water rafting, the Highlands of Scotland offer some fantastic adventure and activity holidays.
If you are looking for a last-minute deal including prices and availability for holiday cottages in the Highlands, you can find some up-to-date prices for a range of self catering homes here. Covering a wide range of the Highlands from Grantown On Spey, Kincraig and Aviemore, up-to-date information for late availability and last-minute self catering holidays in cottages in the Highlands are here. The collection of cottages include superb large holiday homes that can sleep 15 or more people as well as small and remote coastal and country cottages that are ideal for two. Many of the holiday cottages and homes in the Highlands accept pets and a dog friendly with range of facilities that can include swimming pools and hot tubs. Whatever your need, you can find last-minute holiday cottages in the Highlands and late availability prices for homes cottages here from Newtonmore to Strathpeffer.