Scotland Holiday Home

Retreating to Scotland…

Posted by Justin Allitt in Comment, February 13, 2019

Have you ever thought of buying a Scottish holiday home or retiring to a park home in Scotland?

If you’ve always imagined retreating to Scotland in a retirement with a park home or buying a holiday home, then you could find your first steps to freedom are easy to take through Sell My Group by surfing some of the wonderful Scottish parks and properties we have listed. There are so many reasons why Scotland can be one of the most beautiful, fascinating and rewarding of destinations.

From stunning landscapes to rugged coastlines, sandy beaches and characterful castles, it’s the land of legend! The added bonus if you head off there is that in many areas the Scottish roads are reasonably traffic free, especially off the main routes, and there’s plenty to explore on foot as well as by road. While known as the land of the brave, there’s really nothing stopping you from enjoying all the best hotspots as it’s pretty easy to get about, with lots of stunning views, and refreshing pitstops en-route to ensure you’ll never get bored, thirsty or hungry.

If you’re thinking of buying a holiday home in Scotland, it could be a canny investment piece too, and one which could reap a appealing return financially if your park allows sub-letting. Now has never been a better time with so many holidaymakers taking a keen interest in its TV and film trail, exploring locations used in series such as Outlander, the recently released Outlaw King currently on Netflix, and the newly-released cinematic hit Mary Queen of Scots.

Of course, Harry Potter fans will recognise the Jacobite steam train as it charged across the 21-arched Glenfinnan viaduct towards Hogwarts, although in reality it runs near to the stunning Jacobite memorial and Loch Shiel – all well worth a visit, especially with a camera in hand!

There is a famous statue of Bonnie Prince Charlie here because this was the place where he arrived in Scotland and started the rebellion against the English that ended at Culloden battlefield, another spot well worth a visit. From ancient and mysterious standing stones to those dramatic landmarks, magnificent stately homes and landscapes, Scotland has it all. It’s not only the Highlands and Islands which have all that drama though, other areas of Scotland have equal charm and appeal from a variety of different perspectives, all ripe for exploration!

Although you could it easier to find a bit more peace and quiet in Scotland, remember it’s not all about remote, windy settlements up there although you might find a few if you look hard enough – there are some great beaches where you can bask in warm sunshine too, and some great towns and cities with fascinating cultural heritage.

You’ll find it a bit of a home-from-home in terms of amenities so you should have no problem finding everything you need unless you head to somewhere particularly remote.

So, with all that to explore what’s stopping you? Your freedom awaits….

If you a park owner in Scotland and would like to list your homes with the Sell my Group, please contact Justin on 07872 894192 or drop him an email at