The Hill House, Helensburgh
Available from spring 2015 is the apartment for six in Charles Rennie Mackintosh's masterpiece, The Hill House. This promises to be a great treat for all those with an interest in 20th-century art and architecture. Situated close to Glasgow and on the edge of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, it's the perfect destination for culture vultures and birdwatchers alike.
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Blue Door, Kirkcudbright
Kirkcudbright is known as the artists' town, having hosted generations of painters, craft-makers and artisans. Come and experience this history in the Blue Door, which was once occupied by stained-glass artist E A Taylor and his wife, the illustrator Jessie M King.
The cottage has its own garden at the bottom of the close with views across the rooftops of this distinctive picturesque town. Click here for full details and availability.
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Join us onboard in 2015 for Shadows of St Kilda - Understanding its natural and cultural heritage, 14th - 21st May and Lands of Fire and Ice - A voyage to the volcanic islands of the North Atlantic, 21st May - 4th June.Visit culturalcruising.com
Dogs are welcome at selected Trust holiday accommodation so you can bring your family's beloved pet on your break. With many of our holiday cottages in the midst of breathtaking countryside, it's a great place for walkies too!Click here to perform an advanced search of our holiday properties.
There are Trust properties along the spectacular Scottish coastline, offering access to beach walks and seaside fun for all of the family. Or why not take a romantic break in one of our cosy seaside cottages?Click here to see our coastline properties
The National Trust for Scotland offers economical and basic accommodation for larger groups at Ben Lomond, Torridon, Mar Lodge, Brodick and Kintail & Morvich.Click here for further details