Luxury Accommodation , Where to Eat and Attractions to Visit in Scotland

Thinking of a visit to Scotland? Turn your dream holiday into a reality and Let’s Do Scotland.

Things to See and Do in Scotland

Come and stay in the 4 or 5 star hotel accommodation that we can recommend, or if your seeking quality accommodation that is a wee bit cosy such as your small family run bed breakfast, we can tell you where those Inn's and Cottages are too, which are more than likely tucked in amongst our beautiful Scottish scenery.

Visitor Attractions in Scotland

Here at Let's Do Scotland we provide inspirational ideas for places to visit and things to do. Scotland is full of visitor attractions from Theme Parks to Castles, Great Glens to Cities brimming with culture and building architecture steeped in history and traditions

Whether you are seeking:

  • romantic getaway
  • city break
  • adventure holiday
  • family fun
  • peace and relaxation

Let's Do Scotland has it all.

From Edinburgh to Inverness, there is something for everyone from the Scottish Borders to the Scottish Highlands and Islands; Journey through our cities of culture and picturesque towns to the countryside and coast where you will find pleasant soft landscapes, quaint fishing villages to rugged mountain scenes.

Let’s Do Scotland is here to tell you we have Scottish quality at our heart and with this invitation to have you visit Scotland we tell you here before you arrive to sample all things Scottish about the carefully selected places we want you stay, such as :

  • hotels
  • bed and breakfasts
  • cottages
  • caravan parks
  • hostels in Scotland

And, of course most of these places to stay are to the standard of 4 star and above. Our featured accommodation boasts the true hallmarks of quality places: warmth, comfort and customer care. We want you to have an unforgettable experience in Scotland and we take pride in having our finger on the pulse of what's happening across Scotland so you can truly make the most of your holiday.

Take home everlasting memories - let's do it!

What to do

St. Andrews [Photo: St. Andrews]

St. Andrews

A historic market town that grew up around the University and Priory. Attractions include the Aquarium, medieval castle, witches tours, and beautiful sandy beach.

Assynt/Coigach Peninsula [Photo: View of StacPollaidh, near Achiltibuie]

Assynt/Coigach Peninsula

Majestic scenes of quiet, sheltered bays and coast; Lochinver; Achmelvich beach; Achiltibuie & Summer Isles; and iconic shapes/names of hills - Stac Pollaidh, Suilven, Quinag. Views to West Isles.

Jacobite Cruises and Tours, Loch Ness [Photo: Jacobite Cruise, Loch Ness]

Jacobite Cruises and Tours, Loch Ness

Jacobite Cruises offer a range of boat trips and coach tours on and around Loch Ness. Choose from one hour trips to half and full day tours. Leave from Inverness or near Drumnadrochit.

Where to go

Highlands & Skye [Photo: Blaven Mountain, Skye]

Highlands & Skye

The Scottish Highlands - a place of your dreams. Stunning scenery, rich heritage, pretty towns/villages, rugged mountains, quiet beaches, freedom, relaxation and endless activity.

Isles of Mull, Iona, Coll & Tiree [Photo: Tobermory, Mull]

Isles of Mull, Iona, Coll & Tiree

A cluster of four special islands - Mull with its 300 mile coastline, Tobermory, Calgary Bay and little villages; the tiny and beautiful Iona; and the slightly more remote islands of Tiree and Coll

Isle of Arran, Mid Argyll/Kintyre & Bute [Photo: Lochranza]

Isle of Arran, Mid Argyll/Kintyre & Bute

The Isle of Arran, often described as 'Scotland in minature'; the Isle of Bute, 'Jewel of the Clyde'; the extensive Kintyre peninsula; and Mid Argyll - including Loch Fyne, Inveraray and Dunoon.

Edinburgh, Glasgow, Coast to Coast [Photo: Edinburgh Princes St & Scott Monument]

Edinburgh, Glasgow, Coast to Coast

Scotland's largest cities - Glasgow and Edinburgh - boasting fabulous architecture, shopping, pubs, eateries, arts & culture; and hinterlands with champion golf courses, castles and seaside towns.