When planning your vacation in Scotland, choosing the right accommodation is the next step after booking your plane ticket. Everyone seems to want to visit Scotland during August (when the festivals take place) hence it can be very hard to find accommodation even if you try to look couple of months in advance. So the sooner you book, the better.
Accommodation in Scotland takes many forms. From the luxury 5 star hotels, to the hostels, B&Bs, lodges, camping places and pretty much anything in between.
Let’s take a look at some accommodation types in Scotland so that you know what to expect.
In a not so cheap country as Scotland, hostels represent the best place to stay if you want to save some money. It doesn’t matter if you travel in the middle of the high season or in the low season, there will always be cheap beds for you. Just make sure to book well in advance. You can stay in a hostel for as little as £11 per night for a bed in a dorm.
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Hotels take many forms in Scotland: from the 2 stars family run places with little facilities to the five stars castles fit for a queen. It’s up to you (and your budget) to decide where you want to stay. A night in a 3 stars hotel costs about £84 (depending on the season and city).
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