May Bank Holidays in Scotland

May Bank Holidays in Scotland

May Bank Holidays in Scotland be truly wonderful, with plenty of sunshine, dry days, and spectacular scenery as the landscape bursts into life again.

These longer daylight hours allow for plenty of time to explore the great outdoors, which is easily accessible from all four of our holiday parks. Venture into the astonishingly beautiful Scottish Highlands – voted one of the World’s Best Destinations for 2023 by National Geographic. Whether on foot, two wheels or horseback, this incredible natural landscape is an absolute must-see, and with many migrating bird species having returned, there are plenty of wildlife-watching opportunities, too.

Those enjoying their May Bank Holidays in Scotland with family can make the most of visiting the numerous local attractions in the area before the bustling summer crowds arrive. Be it exploring stately homes, manicured gardens, the National Aquarium or local castles, there is something for everyone.

Foodies can rejoice too, for the month of May sees Scotland celebrating its national drink with World Whisky Day held on the 16th.

There are month-long festivals, whisky trails, masterclasses and of course, plenty of sampling!

May Bank Holidays in Scotland are the ideal way to join in with these festivities plus, those staying with us at Loch Tay can head to The Boathouse to enjoy a wee ‘dram with friends and loved ones whilst those at Braidhaugh can enjoy the same at The Riverhouse

For action-packed ways to put a spring in your step, head to ‘In Your Element’ based at Loch Tay. Here you will find countless ways of enjoying May Bank Holidays in Scotland from kayaking and white water rafting to archery, Segway’s, bird watching and golf.

With May one of our drier, warmer months, it’s the best time to experience some outdoor action.

For quieter May Bank Holidays in Scotland, escape to Braidhaugh where you can fish, walk and unwind surrounded by nature.

Stay with us at Sauchope Links and experience the magical Isle of May, steeped in a rich smuggling history dating back the Vikings and home to seabirds and seals. Or pack your clubs and relax with us at Letham Feus, located in a pretty part of Fife which is fondly known as ‘the home of golf’, guests here can play at world-renowned courses including St. Andrews.