Scotland Vacation Ownership
Scotland is home to some of the most remarkable attractions in the world. Whether you’re traveling to see the legendary Loch Ness, going to explore ancient castles, or simply traveling to enjoy some peace and quiet, you can vacation to Scotland more affordably than ever. Scotland timeshare resales present a great opportunity to vacation to the Highlands each year while saving money.
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Quick Facts about Scotland Timeshare
- Scotland has been a favorite vacation destination among travelers for centuries. As a result, there are many timeshare resorts to choose from in Scotland, from Cairngorms to Loch Lomond.
- Scotland resorts offer a number of different lodging styles at varying prices for your convenience. You can find luxury suites, cozy cottages, and rustic lodges all over the country. Among the most popular resorts, the Hilton Grand Vacations Club at Craigendarroch Lodges offers comfortable accommodations in a quiet wooded setting.
- Many Scotland timeshare resorts are parts of country clubs with world-class golf courses. As a timeshare owner, you could have exclusive access to your resort’s course to work on that backswing. Check out the Macdonald Lochanhully Woodland Club as an example.
Popular Scotland Locations
Most vacation ownership resorts in Scotland are in the area of Caringorms National Park, the heart of the Highlands. However, the following areas are all home to luxury timeshare resorts:
- Loch Lomond
Things to Do in Scotland
Scotland is for exploring. Hiking is the best way to experience the Scottish Highlands at their finest, and you can find plenty of opportunities in the northern mountains. Plan a trip up to Loch Ness on your vacation to see if you can spot the elusive Loch Ness Monster. Even if you can’t, the views will not disappoint.
Scotland is also the land of golf, as the game traces its origins back to the 14th century. Sporting enthusiasts will love visiting the St. Andrews Old Course, the most famous course in the world. You might not be able to get a tee time, but don’t worry—there are plenty of other world class golf courses around Scotland. You may even have access to one at your timeshare resort!
The cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh are Scotland’s economic and cultural centers, and cannot be passed up. Glasgow is a young and bustling metropolis regarded as one of the most interesting cities in Europe. Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, is steeped in history and old-world charm that will keep you coming back for more.