Unique Holiday Cottages in the Hills near Edinburgh
Enjoy our stunning rugged landscapes then curl up by a log fire in a beautiful, cosy cottage. Being so near to Edinburgh brings you the best of Scottish town & country all year round.
Self catering for families & gatherings
The Byre Cottage sleeps 4 and is perfect for a family holiday. An additional 2 can sleep on a comfortable sofa bed. Generous family rooms now include a magnificent double-height country kitchen for self-catering. The cottage is ideal for holidays but also small parties & gatherings. Historically a cow shed but now a luxury family retreat!
Cool Cottage near Edinburgh for Couples
Crafted from whitewashed wood panels, the light & airy double-height space has a Scandinavian feel. Light floods through the large glazed doors with stunning views to the hills. Perfect for exploring the wild heather hills yet only a short drive to Edinburgh.
Country cottage + walking on the doorstep
Originally a hay-shed, today the bedding is a lot more comfortable! A light, spacious kitchen makes self-catering a joy. Watch the hills & sheep from the window or curl up in the cosy sitting area by a wood-burning stove. A spiral staircase leads to bed where warm duvets await. Wake to admire spectacular Scottish scenery all around you.
Cosy cottage in Scotland for couples
The cottage garden is a wonderful, secluded place to relax amongst the summer foxgloves. Winter turns the cottage into an idyllic snug - drifting to sleep to the crackle of the log fire. A wonderful holiday home for two people to explore the Pentland Hills or the sights of Edinburgh.
the farm & around Edinburgh
Changing seasons mean Eastside & our holiday lettings are idyllic at any time of year.
Snow-capped winter hills give way to the lush greens of spring and summer, and the purple heather of early Autumn.
We bring you seasonal news, updates and "what's on" guides to Eastside & Edinburgh.
September is often a good time to explore Edinburgh. The streets are much quieter and you can get a better locals' perspective without the Festival fanfare. At Eastside the bracken and treetops turn golden, and red rowan and hawthorn berries provide ample food for the fieldfares passing through on their way south for Winter. Read More