20 Most Photographed Locations in Scotland – Great Scottish Holiday Lodges!

Scotland is one of the most photogenic countries in the world due to its spectacular countryside. With several thousand miles of coastline, hundreds of islands, majestic highlands, rivers, canals and lochs, Scotland’s distinctive and diverse landscape offers so much to explore and enjoy.

The most ‘snapped’ places in Scotland have been identified by ‘Scotland Now’ and include wonderful sights such as Eilean Donan Castle, Glen Etive, Oban & the Isle of Skye. Check out all these spectacular and popular locations in this stunning gallery of photos.

There are many stunning places to stay and enjoy the picturesque countryside and wonderful sights. How about somewhere in the Scottish Highlands, by a loch or river perhaps? Waterside Breaks has a great deal of choice of Scottish holiday lodges & cottages and always on hand to offer advice and ideas.

Don’t forget your camera to capture your favourite views! See a brief collection below of fantastic Scottish views of which we have many holiday lodges and cottages.

Winter view overlooking Loch Tummel from Queens View

Loch Tummel from Queens View

The Pap of Glencoe from near Kinlochleven, West Highlands

The Pap of Glencoe from near Kinlochleven, West Highlands

Loch Laggan, Inverness-shire

Loch Laggan, Inverness-shire

Ben Nevis from shore of Loch Eil, Lochaber

Ben Nevis from shore of Loch Eil, Lochaber


Eilean Donan Castle

castle Stalker from Appin - 1000

Castle Stalker from Appin, Nr Oban


Kilchurn Castle and Ben Lui at Loch Awe

WY3Q8416 towards the Storr rock loch Fada trotternish skye-1000

Towards the Storr Rock Lch Fada, Trotternish, Isle of Skye


Castle Stalker, Argyll. Some great typical Scottish holiday lodges at Appin close by.


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