Scotland is world-renown for its incredible scenery and there is no better way to truly explore than on foot.
Offering the best walking holidays in Scotland, our four luxury holiday parks are the ideal base for setting off to uncover the local area. From coast paths to highland hikes, you’ll simply be spoilt for choice, all you need to do is lace up your boots and set off!
Letham Feus Holiday Park
Surrounded by the superb Scottish countryside, Letham Feus is a true gem. The gorgeous woodland located behind the park is ripe for exploring with plenty of tracks and trails to meander. Dogs are free to run about off-lead here, making it ideal for walking holidays in Scotland with your beloved pet. The Fife coastal path is also close-by as are circular walks, including a 6.5 mile circular route between Leven and Lundin Links. From forest to the sea, Letham Feus offers the best of both.
Braidhaugh Holiday Park, Perthshire
Set near the ancient village of Crieff, Braidhaugh Holiday Park is the perfect place to base yourself for walking holidays in Scotland. Follow Lady Mary’s route along the banks of the peaceful River Earn, get your pulse racing with a hiking adventure scaling the Munros or a steady hike on The Hosh Circuit. There are also several circular routes encompassing everything from riverside ambles to Victorian parks and mountain paths. Tired feet can rest back at our Riverside Bar where you can quench your thirst before planning your next outing.
Loch Tay Highland Lodges
Scotland is world-renown for its incredible scenery and there is no better way to truly explore than on foot. Offering the best walking holidays in Scotland, our four luxury holiday parks are the ideal base for setting off to uncover the local area. From coast paths to highland hikes, you’ll simply be spoilt for choice, all you need to do is lace up your boots and set off!
Loch Tay Highland Lodges is perfectly located on the shores of Loch Tay, with the stunning Scottish Highlands as the backdrop. Voted one of the must-see destinations for 2023 by National Geographic, walking holidays in Scotland are not complete without a trip here. There are numerous trails and hikes right on our doorstep from gentle walks around the majestic Loch Tay to more strenuous routes up to the summits of Ben Lawers National Reserve, including to the top of Ben Lawers itself. Families may prefer to wander the shorter nature trail which is full of interesting flora and fauna. After a fabulous day filling your lungs with fresh mountain air, return to your cosy accommodation at Loch Tay or head for a well-earned meal at The Boathouse.
Sauchope Links, Crail
For coastal walking holidays in Scotland we suggest staying at pretty Sauchope Links, set right on the Fife coastline. From here you can enjoy gentle walks into Crail where you can access the Fife Coastal Path, following the gentle Fife Ness circular trail. This popular route takes in Kilminning Nature Reserve, passing the former Coast Guard Station and Crail Golfing Society before returning back to Crail. Be sure to pack your camera as there are fabulous views across the Firth of Forth throughout. Experienced walks will enjoy the longer 14 mile route all the way to St Andrews, this route can be accessed directly from Sauchope Links and follows the coast path most of the way. A very pretty route, there are plenty of places to enjoy a meal on your arrival in St Andrews before catching a bus or taxi back.