Because it's better to run in the glens and discover fairy rings in the meadows, Scotland's countryside has been the eye of many travelers. The country offers a magical holiday experience when one gets away from the rat-race of the city. With every nook and turn, hidden sceneries are waiting for it to be discovered by someone who would prefer the off-beaten path. But to some people, a nice, remote cottage would do the trick to experience the enchanted side of Scotland.
Take, for example, the Rowan Tree Cottage in the Isle Of Skye, which is surrounded by the moors of Scotland, allowing visitors to take a glimpse of deer, seals, and ospreys. Meanwhile, in the Isle of Lewis, the "Tigh Na Sith" cottage or "Peaceful cottage" sits on its lagoon interconnected by a single bridge. If you get to wander around the areas, you might chance upon the will-o'-the-wisp beckoning to you.
Highland Coach House, Scatwell, Strathconon is another beautiful cottage by the lake and has a garden treat of its own. Its stone walls charmed people of four to six to sleep in the cottage than staying in a town. The area is also near the Loch Ness Region which can be fun to explore.
Meanwhile, the White-Tail Croft - Skye & Lochalsh gives a chill vibe with its white-washed walls. But its location would have travelers interested because of the many attractions accessible in the area. For example, the Trotternish Ridge, cliffs of the Kilt Rock or the Dunvegan Castle is a total attraction that must not be missed, according to Wilderness Cottages.
And what else? If you want to stay at the Stoer Head Lighthouse, Assynt, Sutherland, yes, a lighthouse, you have a pretty view of the sea and the dolphins playing nearby. Dolphins as your neighbors? You should have a go with it. Buzzfeed wrote Rua Reidh Lighthouse, Gairloch, Ross-shire is also another lighthouse-turned-cottage you might want to check out. It has a cozy living space and a furnace to keep you warm and fuzzy all night long.
All in all, Scotland never lacks charm and mystery, especially when the glens and countryside call you to live with them.