Browse our selection of properties in Western Scotland:
Once Glasgow was the second city of the Empire, where Victorian entrepreneurs designed grand buildings. Today its fine architecture, art galleries and museums attract visitors from across the world. The countryside to the south of Glasgow is rolling and lush, whilst to the north and west, the hills and the wooded shores of the Lochs lead to the islands, linked by ferry to the mainland.
Property above: Glenapp Castle, Ayrshire
Collaig House B&B, Argyll, Scotland
Popular with bikers, walkers, fans of fishing and canoeists alike, this popular B&B is surrounded by a series of Munroe's. The property itself offers spacious, modern accommodation and delicious home-cooked breakfasts. The terrace overlooks Loch Awe and is perfect for relaxing on with a glass of wine.
Shieldhill Castle, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Dating back to the 13th century, Shieldhill is a four star castle hotel with a 2 AA Rosette restaurant. Rooms are spread across the castle itself, as well as the adjacent stable block and coach house. Within an hour's drive of both Edinburgh and Glasgow and within easy reach of the M74 motorway.
The Argyll Hotel, Argyll, Scotland
Designed in the mid-18th century by the famous builder John Adam, The Argyll is a three star Bespoke Hotel with a well renowned restaurant, free WiFi and a well stocked bar. Many of the rooms boast loch views, and the hotel is ideally situated for exploring the West Scottish coastline and the southern highlands.
The Old Ticket Office, near Dunoon, Argyll and Bute
Sleeps 2. What a position! This Victorian cottage stands at the end of Blairmore Pier and has been beautifully restored. Right on the shores of Loch Long, the cottage is perfectly placed for all kinds of activities, including walking, golf, water sports etc.